by Francisco G. Gómez Water is Life Presentation – Highland Park, New Jersey – October 28, 2017 Time is always a great factor when doing an arts installation show, and
Raíces Cultural Center, along with more than a dozen community collaborators and co-sponsors and over fifty local and international artists, is gearing up for this weekend’s Water Is Life Art
Color your own Thunderbird Woman to add to the Thunderbird Woman Wall at the group art exhibit during the Water Is Life Opening Reception.
On October 7, the Raíces Cultural Center helped co-sponsor and promote the Benefit Concert for the Caribbean & Mexico hosted by the Reformed Church of Highland Park and the Puerto
On October 7, 2017, Red Bank Artist Lisa Bagwell led a River Clean Up and EcoArt Workshop as part of the Raíces Cultural Center Water Is Life Project. Check out the photo album of the eco-warriors in our community who give us a little glimpse of hope in a sea of plastic despair…
On September 16, 2017, the Raíces Cultural Center Student Ensemble, under the direction of Francisco G. Gómez, performed at the North Plainfield Farmer’s Market Festival. Check out the photo gallery
Introduction to Solar Energy with Laura Waldman Eugene Young Environmental Education Center Highland Park, NJ May 21, 2017 Rain Barrel Workshop with Francisco G. Gómez Eugene Young Environmental Education Center
On March 10, 2017, Raíces EcoCulture participated in the Native Nations Rise March on Washington. We do not have many words to share about this march, we were there as
Meeting notes from the May 21st, 2017 meeting of the Raíces EcoCulture Community Action Team.
Check out the photo gallery from the first program in Raíces EcoCulture’s Sustainable Living Workshop Series – Intro to Beekeeping and Apiculture with Javier Robles
Raíces EcoCulture Community Action Team Meeting Notes 4/30/17 Attendees: Nicole Wines, Linda P., Liz T., Chris T., Kira H., Rocio H., Paul A., Paul S., Mark L., Ana P., Adrian
by Nicole Wines The 2017 gardening season is off to a great start. Thanks to a new collaboration with the Sustainable Highland Park Committee, the Raíces EcoCulture Seed Library has
by Francisco G. Gómez Since the Republicans took power a little over a month ago, the issues of illegal immigration have dominated the political landscape in an unprecedented way. Even
Raíces Cultural Center’s EcoCulture program has been awarded a 2017 Park Partners grant from the Borough of Highland Park for the launch of a Sustainable Living Workshop Series. Thank you to all who voted and helped spread the word about the competition, you helped to make this idea a reality!