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Honoring Our Heritage,
Celebrating Our Future

For over 50 years, Hispanic Heritage Month has been celebrated in the United States from September 15 - October 15.

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating our Hispanic and Latin cultures by joining an event in your own community!


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Join Us in Celebrating Hispanic & LatinX Heritage

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the myriad of cultures within Latin and Spanish-speaking countries, and the contributions of those peoples to America. America itself has the second-largest Spanish-speaking population of any country in the world, smaller only than Mexico.


Learn & Become Culturally Inspired 


Generations of Hispanic Americans have enriched our nation by making contributions in science, education, the arts, and politics.


Attend a Hispanic Heritage Month Proclamation
in South Carolina

We're working collaboratively with cities in South Carolina to amplify our collective impact.

  • Columbia Proclamation
    Wed, Oct 12
    Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Alianza Latina from 12 - 1 pm at the Esmeralda Dance Studio in Columbia, South Carolina as Senator Mia McCloud recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • 4th Annual SC Latino / Hispanic Business Day Proclamation
    Fri, Oct 14
    South Carolina State House
    Mota Enterprises LLC to host in partnership with local entities the 4th annual South Carolina Latino / Hispanic Business Day Proclamation.Governor Henry McMaster proclaimed a day to acknowledge the economic impact & contributions of the fastest growing, Latino/Hispanic Business Community in State.
  • Anderson Proclamation
    Mon, Sep 26
    Anderson City Hall
    Mayor Terance Roberts will proclaim Anderson's participation in National Hispanic Heritage Month on September 26 at 6:00 PM at City Hall in Downtown Anderson, South Carolina.
  • Walhalla Proclamation
    Sat, Sep 24
    Main Street Walhalla
    Mayor Danny Edwards will proclaim Walhalla's participation in National Hispanic Heritage Month on September 24 at the Celebracíon de la Herencia Hispana on Main Street in Downtown Walhalla.
  • Clemson Proclamation
    Mon, Sep 19
    City of Clemson
    Mayor Halfacre proclaimed September 15 - October 15th as Hispanic Heritage Month in the City of Clemson to "honor Hispanic individuals and cultures for enriching the fabric of our society and being a vital component of the rich diversity that makes Clemson a vibrant and thriving community.”
  • Mt. Pleasant Proclamation
    Fri, Sep 16
    Mount Pleasant Town Hall Complex
    Mayor Will Haynie will proclaim Mount Pleasant’s participation in National Hispanic Heritage Month Friday night, kicking off the Caja de Cuerdas concert on the Town Hall lawn. The proclamation declares September 15 – October 15 as National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Upcoming Events

Are you ready to celebrate? Our site is dedicated as a central resource for promoting Hispanic heritage and HHM events from across this region. 

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#HerenciaHispanaSC & #HispanicHeritageSC on social media to gather your posts in one place!

Events in South Carolina

  • Unity Health on Main 5k Race/Walk
    Sat, Oct 08
    Conestee Park
    You're invited to join Unity Health on Main, for their 1st Annual 5K Run/Walk Fundraiser. Saturday, October 8th, 2022 at 8:00am at Conestee Park 840 Mauldin Rd, in Greenville, SC.
  • Latin American Festival
    Sun, Oct 09
    North Charleston
    Dance. Food. Culture. The annual Latin American Festival brings people together to celebrate Charleston’s vibrant Latin and Caribbean cultures through non-stop merengue, reggaeton, bachata and salsa music; folkloric artwork and crafts; and authentic Latin American and Caribbean staples.
  • El Vejigante Experience
    Tue, Oct 11
    Join Us at Zen in Downtown GVL for Cocktails, Tapas, & an Artist Demo & Talk featuring Puerto Rican artist Juan Pablo Vizcaino Cortijo.