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What is Día?

Día is a nationally recognized initiative that emphasizes the importance of literacy for all children from all backgrounds. It is a daily commitment to linking children and their families to diverse books, languages, and cultures.

Library Día Events

Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli Performance

Saturday, April 6, 11AM-1PM
Fairfield Civic Center Library

Join us for performance of folklorico dance from Mexico by Ballet Folklorico Quetzalli Solano/Napa Valley. Children of all ages and families are welcomed!

Folklorico Group

Cascada de Flores Presents El Brujo y la Sirena

Saturday, April 20, 3:30PM-4:30PM
Fairfield Cordelia Library

A special musical event for Children’s Day / el día de los niños! Families will enjoy this creative story about the sea with songs in Spanish, English, Mayan K’iche’ & Portuguese!

El Brujo y la Sirena (The Wizard and the Mermaid) is a story about a wizard, a mermaid, and the sea creatures that help them. Sing and dance with the music of several Latin American countries, with their various rhythms, languages, and of course, a lot of different kinds of guitars! One free book per child while supplies last. “Día” is a national celebration of all children and a movement to motivate them and their families to be readers.

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