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Hispanic culture celebrated at Martin House event

The Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House is where the celebration of Latino art, culture, food, and heritage was held, honoring Hispanic Heritage Month.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Hispanic Heritage Council of WNY hosted a free community event Sunday to celebrate Hispanic culture.

The Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House is where the celebration of Latino art, culture, food, and heritage was held, honoring Hispanic Heritage Month. 

The event was open to the public. There will be art projects and games from many of our local cultures including Albright-Knox, Graycliff, Buffalo Zoo, and Explore.

There was a story time led by the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, along with traditional dance performances from local dance groups Amor & Heritage and El Batey. 

The Martin House will be open for guests to walk through at no cost, and the Museum Store, located in the Martins’ carriage house, will be open. 

Also, free bus transportation from West Side Community Services is available. 

The event will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

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