Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year, the Greenville County Library System celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with special offerings including art exhibits, virtual activities, coloring sheets for children, and more.

This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month offerings are generously supported by Palmetto Luna Arts and the South Carolina Arts Commission.

Art Exhibit featuring Sofia Isabelle Segura

Sep 15-Oct 15 • Hughes Main Library

Enjoy art installations featuring traditional folk art.


About the Artist

Sofia Isabelle Segura
Sofia Isabelle Segura

Sofia Isabelle is a poet and multidisciplinary artist. Her works featured in this year's Hispanic Heritage Month display at the Hughes Main Library, are part of her She-Warrior series and are inspired by Pre-Columbian warriors, myths, and goddesses and designed to represent their importance, beauty, and strength. Her series is a tribute to the untold stories of women in human history.

Hispanic Heritage Month Activities

  • Enjoy decorating sugar skulls and learning about traditions practiced during Day of the Dead. Materials provided while supplies last. Or use your own.

    Diviértanse decorando calaveras de azúcar mientras aprenden sobre algunas tradiciones de El Día de los Muertos. Materiales disponibles hasta agotar existencias, o también pueden usar lo que tengan en casa.

Download & Color

Download free coloring sheets based inspired by papel picado--a Mexican folk art paper crafting technique.

Hispanic Heritage Month Reading Lists

Freegal playlist for Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month Playlist

Download or stream songs from our Freegal playlist for Hispanic Heritage Month.

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A special thank you to these organizations who helped make possible these Hispanic Heritage Month offerings at the Library!

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