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Sunday, October 4

Latino Heritage Los Angeles presents: Stadium Express Fiestas

Union Station

800 North Alameda St,, Los Angeles, CA 90046

10:00am to 9:00pm

Free Fiestas come to Union Station to help promote Metro’s Stadium Express that departs from Union Station and transports ticketholders to Dodger Stadium free of charge. Latino Heritage LA (LHLA) invites the public to celebrate the Dodgers with music, prizes and more. Stadium Express Fiestas are free and open to the public.

Iinviting the public to celebrate our LA Dodger games with music, prizes and more at the Dodger Stadium Express.

Latino Heritage Los Angeles engages, inspires and highlights contributions made by the Latino community to American culture, while bridging cultural gaps, and connecting the diverse multi-cultural mosaic that is Los Angeles. Events and activities take place during Latino Heritage Month September 15 – October 15, 2015.

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The 8th Edition of ‘La Feria de los Moles’

Olvera Street

845 N. Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

10:00am to 7:00pm

Annual Largest Mexican Food Festival in the United States

Vesper Public Relations- Los Angeles – September 2015- the most important folkloric event in Los Angeles, The 8th Edition of ‘La Feria de Los Moles’ (Mole Fair), brings more flavor and delicious mole this year from Puebla & Oaxaca. FREE ADMISSION AND FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

This delicious event includes a special presentation on the origin of the famous mole, which is one of Puebla & Oaxaca's main dishes, a delicious and fun gastronomic debate amongst judges from the Mexican states known for their mole, and tastings of the different mole styles for all in attendance. Which mole do you like the most?

On October 4, La Placita Olvera will once again witness this celebratory feast filled with flavor and featuring an array of delicious moles that go from sweet to salty and hot. This year, for the first time an array of delicious pastries and other dishes will be prepared right along with mole, the unique star of the event.. Mole is a dish that originated from the collision of indigenous and Spanish cultures in Mexico.

You are invited to join the flavor of an event that brings together a record assistance of over 30,000 people of all ages, generations and cultures, offering more than 13 different Mexican moles to enjoy.

La Feria de Los Moles goal is not only to showcase the delicious Mexican cuisine and its tradition- recognized by the UNESCO a world patrimony-; the fair was founded by Pedro Ramos ˜Union of Poblanos En El Exterior (UPEXT) “Union of Poblanos in the Exterior- an organization recognized with a Proclamation from the City of Los Angeles recognizing its efforts in support ofeducation, health and issues that affect the Latino community in the city.


The ancient chronics of the discovery of the tomato, cocoa, vanilla and condiments, also the ancient Nahuatl name molli was an important dish of salsa. This way, discovering that most ingredients comes from Mexico involving an important and ancient utensil such as themetatemade of stone used to chop and mix all of this condiments for molli, becoming a pre-Hispanic utensil, we can say that mole has an important role in the culinary history of Mexico.

Later on, during the colonial era, at the indigenous mulli was added more ingredients such as cinnamon, clove, pepper and almond, giving this kind of combination in Puebla the name of mole poblano such dish combined culinary elements of indigenous and Spanish ancestry flavors

Although Puebla documented the first state of the mole dish, there’s no certain origin, but the legend is well known, and it tells that Mother Andrea de la Asuncion, from Santa Rosa Convent in Puebla, presented the first mole, thanks to a divine wind that dropped all these different condiments to the pot where she was preparing this mole for the sympathy of Viceroy Tomas Antonio de la Cerda y Aragon, Marques de La Laguna.

Oaxaca is a state of major variety of moles where 7 different dishes exists in the Mexican Republic: Negro (black), rojo (red), coloradito (colored), manchamanteles (table cloth stained), verde (green), Amarillo (yellow) and chichilo.

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Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra Season Launch

Zipper Concert Hall

200 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012


The Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra kicks off its 2015/16 season with a concert in Zipper Hall featuring LA Phil Principal Cellist Robert DeMaine playing the Dvorak Cello Concerto!

Prokofiev - Classical Symphony
Adam Schoenberg - Canto (west coast premiere)
Dvorak - Cello Concerto (Robert deMaine, soloist)

Tickets: $75 online, $90 at the door

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Gracias Christmas Cantata 2015 in Los Angeles

The Shrine Expo Hall

700 W. 32nd. St.,, Los Angeles, 90007

7:00pm to 9:00pm

International Youth Fellowship (IYF) USA will present the 2015 Gracias Christmas Cantata U.S Tour, a month-long series of show-stopping musical events across 25 U.S cities (starting 9/19).
With three beautiful, music-filled acts (Birth, Happiness, and Glory), and one eternal message
of hope, Gracias Christmas Cantata expresses the true meaning of Christmas: the birth of hope,
faith and love in our hearts.

Admission to Gracias Christmas Cantata is absolutely FREE. The goal is to spark joy and
hope in people who may not have a chance to experience this kind of performance otherwise.
Gracias Christmas Cantata has toured places like New Orleans, Detroit, and Red Lake
reservation with the sole purpose of bringing the Christmas spirit and heart of God to
the doorsteps of people who may be low on morale or experiencing hopelessness.

The Gracias Choir has won the prestigious Riva Del Garda award, officially making them the best choir in the world.

Seating arrangement will be on a first come first serve basis. Please arrive early!

Christmas Cantata:

Gracias Choir:

Online free ticket request:

To receive free tickets by telephone please call 213-386-0097

2015 Schedule:

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Monday, October 5