ENGLISH CONVERSATION CIRCLE is at 7 p.m. at the Pelham Road Branch Library. Visit

UPSTATE INTERNATIONAL (UI) exists to empower people and businesses of all nations to thrive in the Upstate by connecting them through programs, events and initiatives that foster the dynamic exchange of international cultures and ideas. May events include language classes, ladies’ night out, crafting, hikes, walks, an international men’s group and more. Learn more at

BILINGUAL STORY TIME/CUENTOS BILINGÜES: Children of all ages enjoy an English/Spanish story time 4:30 – 5:15 at the Hughes Main Library. Cuentos bilingües en inglés y español para todas las edades. Questions? ¿Preguntas? 864-242-5000, ext. 2634. Sept. 7: My Plate/Mi Plato, Sept 14:

Hispanic Heritage/Herencia Hispana, Sept. 21 International Day of Peace/Día Internacional De La Paz and/y Sept. 28: Hispanic Authors/Autores Hispanos.

FREE! CREATION STATION: ALEBRIJES for ages 6 – 12 is 3:45 – 4:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Hughes Main Library. Learn about this surreal Mexican art form and make your own from air-dry clay. Adult caregiver required. Registration required. Call 864-527-9248 to register.

FREE! FAMILY FIESTA FUN for all ages is 1 – 3 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Hughes Main Library. Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a free screening of the movie “Coco,” crafts, performing artists, live music and samples of traditional foods. Call 864-527-9248 for more information.

HISPANIC ALLIANCE/ ALIANZA HISPANA works for collaboration across cultures. Learn more at

AHAM (Asociación Hispano-Americana de Mujeres/Hispanic-American Women's Association is passionate about education and culture. Learn more about events and programs at

ONCE UPON A TIME: EXPLORING THE WORLD OF FAIRY TALES, An Interactive Adventure is open through Sept. 9 at the Upcountry History Museum. This bilingual exhibition (English and Spanish) examines the significance of fairy tales throughout history and within different cultures/countries. Visit

DINOSAURS: LAND OF FIRE AND ICE opens Sept. 22 at the Upcountry History Museum. The exhibit, open through Jan. 27, 2019, is the first child-centered exhibit in the country dedicated to expanding the understanding of dinosaurs and their habitats. Designed for ages 3 – 10, the bilingual (Spanish and English) exhibit features three distinct sections that build on a child’s innate curiosity about dinosaurs: Land of Fire (a warm dinosaur habitat), Land of Ice (a cold dinosaur habitat) and a Field Research Station (complete with a Big Dig experience).Visit

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