https://www.facebook.com/VeronicaRoblesCulturalCenter/ VERONICA ROBLES CULTURAL CENTER
282 Meridian St.
East Boston, MA 02128
Kid Friendly, LGBT, Music, Performing Arts
VERONICA ROBLES CULTURAL CENTER OFFERS ANOTHER GREAT EVENT TO VIRTUALLY CONNECT LATINO FAMILIES WHEREVER THEY ARE TO CELEBRATE FATHER’S DAY. THE AUDIENCES WILL ENJOY THE TALENT OF A DIVERSE GROUP OF ARTISTS. THIS EVENT WILL HELP TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE LATINO ARTISTS RELIEF FUND.
June 8, 2020, Boston MA – Veronica Robles Cultural Center with the support of Massachusetts Health Connector to celebrate Father’s Day with Virtual Serenade on June 21 from 6 to 9 PM (Eastern Time). The Live transmission will be available on the official website http://www.vrocc.org, Facebook Page and on Youtube Veronica Robles Cultural Center. The event will be simultaneously broadcast on the radio station Super 99.9 FM.
The community will have the opportunity to enjoy the music of diverse and talented artists from their home. Audience can make a donation to the Latino Artists Relief Fund in Gofoundame https://bit.ly/3hlW2hX or through Venmo /Vrocc, PayPal.me / VroccBoston, Network for good https://www.nfggive.com/guidestar/81-3595731 and CashApp https://cash.app/$vroccboston2020
The performers include: Sheila del Bosque – Cuban Flute Player, Naty Hernández – Colombian Singer-Songwriter, César Villalobos – Music from the Andes Peru, Maurizio Fiore – Venezuelan Musician, Hilsis Reyes – Dominican Violinist, Voces Australes – Chilean Folkloric Group, José Riaza – Spanish Singer, Richer Palma – Paraguayan Folkloric Group, Leandro Galarza – Argentine Singer-Songwriter, Andrés Giraldo – Dancer and Salsa teacher.
As an arts and culture organization, we are using our resources to help our Latino community cope with and adapt to this crisis. We joined Mayor Marty Walsh and other sister organizations in East Boston to make sure that our neighborhood is safe and that most vulnerable families receive support by providing them with fresh meals, pantry, assistance on filling out unemployment applications, translation and connecting them with resources available through the Government and local organizations, as well as providing financial assistance through the Boston Resilience Fund. In the past 4 weeks, we have provided financial support to more than 500 families in East Boston. We are directly monitoring 1500 Spanish-speaking people and their families.
Additionally, we continue to provide free online activities to engage the whole family, including cultural dance, music, and art classes, concerts, and festivals.
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