The remaining schedule for Mes de la Herencia Hispanica:
• Oct. 4, “Forever Tango,” 7:30 p.m., Weidner Center
• Oct. 7, “Did somebody say literary translation is easy?” 2:15 p.m., University Union Alumni Rooms, Phyllis Zatlin, retired professor of Spanish and coordinator of translator/interpreter training at Rutgers
• Oct. 8, Book Club/Libro de Lectura, 6:30 p.m., Southwest Branch Brown County Library, come and share your insights about the Spanish books you are reading!
• Oct. 10, World Cup Soccer Qualifier, 7 p.m., Phoenix Club, televised coverage of Argentina- Peru with food and beverages provided by University Union
• Oct. 12, Meet and Greet Dr. Jon Franco from Universidad de Deusto (Spain), 8-9:30 a.m., Office of International Education on library plaza, learn about a semester-abroad program in Spain
• Oct. 14, Students speak about studying abroad in Spanish-speaking countries, noon, American Intercultural Center, noon, American Intercultural Center, Union
• Oct. 23, “Historia del Tango,” noon, Cloud Commons, Union, brown bag discussion in Spanish led by Prof. Hernan Fernandez-Meardi
• Oct. 30, “Peruvian Cuisine: Cultural Hybridity in the Kitchen,” noon, Cloud Commons, brown bag discussion led by Prof. Gabriel Saxton-Ruiz. (Food samples provided.)
• Spanish Conversation Tables (semester long), practice Spanish Wednesdays 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with Jordan Mathes (beginners and intermediate/low levels) at the Library’s Garden Café; and Wednesdays 6 p.m. with Michel Vandenheuvel (intermediate and advanced levels) at the Union’s Common Grounds Coffee House.