WASHINGTON, DC – The National Aquarium is bringing out the piranhas as part of its celebration of its first annual Latino Heritage Day on Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In conjunction with Latino Heritage Month, The Aquarium’s special day will highlight the culture, traditions, art and history of Latin American countries.
Aquatic treasures from South American waters will serve as a backdrop to this special day at the Aquarium. Children will enjoy Spanish story time and Latino craft making throughout the day. There will also be a special Argentine Tango by Buenos Aires native and tango master Carina Rosario. The day will conclude with a special piranha feeding with Spanish translation.
September 20th Latino Heritage Day Details:
All DAY — Crafts and Scavenger Hunt handout
1:20 pm — Argentine Tango by Carina Rosario Losano, Official Instructor at the Embassy of Argentina and Representative of the Academia Nacional del Tango of Argentina
2:00 pm — Piranha feeding & education with Spanish translation