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Not Too Late to Register for Saturday’s AARP Hispanic Heritage Event

Plena Libre. (Facebook photo)

AARP Virgin Islands is hosting a free Hispanic Heritage Month event beginning live on the Web at 7 pm. Saturday and featuring virtual workshops and a concert by Puerto Rican band Plena Libre.

The workshops tell the story and explore the roots of Bomba and Plena, performed by four-time Grammy-nominated and Latin Grammy-nominated Plena Libre and folkloric dancers.

Those interested can register here and enjoy an evening of music and dancing from the comfort of their home.

The Source’s Elisa McKay sat down with AARP Virgin Islands State Director Troy De Chabert-Schuster to learn more. The interview is below.

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Plena Libre. (Facebook photo)
AARP Virgin Islands is hosting a free Hispanic Heritage Month event beginning live on the Web at 7 pm. Saturday and featuring virtual workshops and a concert by Puerto Rican band Plena Libre. The workshops tell the story and explore the roots of Bomba and Plena, performed by four-time Grammy-nominated and Latin Grammy-nominated Plena Libre and folkloric dancers. Those interested can register here and enjoy an evening of music and dancing from the comfort of their home. The Source's Elisa McKay sat down with AARP Virgin Islands State Director Troy De Chabert-Schuster to learn more. The interview is below.