Celebrate National Latina Day in San Antonio

August 20th is National Latina Day! ‬Don’t forget to honor, salute, and celebrate your fellow Latina and wear red.

Why the color Red?‬ The color red was chosen for this National Latina Day because red, as attention grabbing as it is, is also a warm, positive, and associated with physical needs and will to survive. Red signifies action, energy and speed, confidence, power, passion, excitement, and strength.

National Latina Day Weekend Agenda:

Friday, August 20, 2021 – Dinner at El Chaparral San Antonio from 6:30pm – 9:30pm – 2838 N Loop 1604 E, San Antonio, TX 78232.

Celebrate with Latinas Empowering Latinas an elegant night of dining from a special menu created for this special event. RSVP required. CLICK HERE TO RSVP!

Saturday, August 21, 2021 – Latina Day Fun Night Out at Brooster’s Backyard Icehouse from 6pm-10pm – 15 Pleasanton Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214.

Enjoy a night of entertainment and fun with special guests, female stand up comedian, and several local artists while enjoying spirit tastings and charcuterie. Hosted Wonderfully Wise Women. RSVP required. CLICK HERE TO RSVP!

On-Air Personality Maria Victoria Escamilla (Tori) will be the MC for the evening.









The line-up includes:

Comedian Rosie Martinez

Tejano Artist Crystal Torres

Singer/Song Writer Humberto Beto Ramon

Tejano Artist Lydia Castillo-Navarrete

Singing Talent Ayala

Sunday, August 22, 2021 – Close out with Cafe con Pan Dulce Networking – Brooster’s Backyard Icehouse from 11am-12pm – 15 Pleasanton Rd, San Antonio, TX 78214. bring your business cards or anything you would like to share. Women supporting one another! That is what we do!

Don’t miss out seeing friends and making new friends. Attendance to all events is not required. Come to one or come to all! We’d love to see you. In honor of the National Latina Day, don’t forget to celebrate and wear red.






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