Tuesday - Jul 23, 2019

Salsa event every Wednesday in Redwood City

Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff

Julieta VanegasJulieta Vanegas

Come and join Angelica’s Salsa Party and wear your funky hat and dancing shoes.

The Rafael Ramírez’s Alta All-Stars will be playing Spicy Salsa and Afro Cuban Latin Jazz at the very Best music venue in the Peninsula.

At the Bell Stage Supper Club, 863 Main Street Redwood City, California.

Dinner seating starts at 6:30 p.m. Delicious Cuisine by Executive Chef Jeff Rodríguez. Dance goes from 8 to 10 p.m. The first 50 to purchase their tickets on-line will receive a Free Margarita or Modelo Negro Beer!

Local seasoned musician into our Latin grooves are encouraged to check us out.

Tickets and Reservations online at: www.angelicasllc.com or call at 650 365-3226.

6th Annual Redwood City Salsa Festival

Here is a reminder for the sixth annual Redwood City Salsa Festival, a free festival coming up in downtown Redwood City on September 28th. With multiple stages of live entertainment, and a Salsa Competition & Tasting, this event has grown to be a real family pleaser.

Among the the artists present will be:

Montuno Swing, La Fuerza Gigante, Pa’l Bailador, Edgardo Cambón y Candela, Marsha Campane and Caminhos Cruzados (Brazilian Jazz), Phil Hawkings Caribbean Jazz Ensenble with special guess Harry Best (Caribbean Jazz), Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet (Afro-Cuban Jazz).

On Saturday, Sept. 28, from 12 p.m.-8 p.m. Admission free, at Courthouse Square 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, California. For more info call at 650-780-7340 or visit: www.redwoodcity.org/events/salsafest.html.

Take a look at the artists bios, now online at: www.redwoodcity.org/events/salsafest_eventschedule.html.

Acting classes at Nahual Theater

We continue with acting classes for the youth and adults, every Saturday morning at the hall of National Hispanic University. Requirements: desire and eagerness to learn a technique of performance, availability of time, look forward to having fun and participating in the next play with us.

Since 2004, Theatre Nahual has been developing a methodology to teach acting classes totally in Spanish to the Hispanic population in the Bay Area. Nahual Theatre has the mission to bring education and entertainment THROUGHOUT the English language plays. In Addition, this community theater organization has supported the arts giving Opportunities to mature and young artists, musicians and writers: such as to Promote Their talents and solidify With The wonderful theatrical experience.

The acting classes with Teatro Nahual will start this month in a classroom of the National Hispanic 14271 Story Road. San Jose, CA. For more information dial: (650) 793-0783 or send an e-mail to: info@teatronahual.org. Website: www.teatronahual.org.

Seminar-training in education for young people and adults

The purpose of the Workshop, which is offered by the General Consulate of Mexico, is to disseminate and to bring the services of education offered by the National Institute for Adult Education (INEA) to young people and adults living in the United States and who want to start or complete their studies of primary or secondary.

The Seminar is aimed at advisors of literacy and of primary and secondary education, community leaders, civil society organizations, school districts, correctional facilities, universities, companies, clubs of natives, and school administrators interested in education for young people and adults Mexicans and Hispanics living in the United States.

Will take place at Global Family Elementary School, 2035 40th Ave Oakland, CA.

For any questions about the seminar and the location, please contact Jimena Sierra, at 415-354-1721.