2. Go to Cultural Fairs or Festivals
Depending on where you live these opportunities might be weekly or once-a-year, but look for activities in your area that embrace your culture. Think parades, cultural fairs or local parties celebrating your heritage. In addition to the activities and traditions you will share with your kids, you’ll also be surrounded by other Latino families seeking the same cultural experience as you are.
3. Have a Cultural-Themed Party
If there aren’t activities readily available in your town, make them yourself. Throw a party themed to celebrate your Hispanic culture and share your family traditions with loved ones. There’s something about a party that brings people of any age and any culture together.