Watch KCTV interview with Carlos and Angie (King County TV, 2/6/20)
“Centro Cultural Mexicano is organizing a series of cultural events that bring our community together while giving us the opportunity to share the importance of participating in the Census through one-on-one conversations and an information kiosk..."
"While “Border Doors” focuses on specific immigration issues at the country’s southern border, CCM executive director Carlos Jiminez said the exhibit sends a strong message about the struggles of the immigrant community as a whole."
“Director Angie Hinojos Yusuf said the idea behind the event was to open their doors to the Redmond community and to share their Mexican culture and what is meaningful to them with others."
“Redmond residents and surrounding communities gathered on Nov. 2 to celebrate life at the Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) event at the Centro Cultural Mexicano in Redmond. "
“We are excited to partner with Centro Cultural Mexicano and bring this unique partnership to Redmond residents,” Redmond Mayor John Marchione said in a release. “This partnership creates engaging class and camp experiences while further building culture and community in Redmond.”
We re excited to partner with the City of Redmond to offer Mexican Art and Culture Classes and the Cinco de Mayo Celebration!
February speaker Gloria Burgess read from her new book, “Pass It On!” at the Centro /Los Pajaros Studio Gallery.
"When Jimenez moved to Redmond two years ago, he noticed the city was missing a studio gallery..."
Muchisimas gracias a M Radio por la oportunidad de mantener a nuestra comunidad informada.
"El sábado, 11 de enero. en el Centro Cultural Mexicano, se estará llevando a cabo la inauguración de Puertas Fronterizas: Desenmascarando Zonas de Significado... "
"El humilde local, como lo describe Carlos Jimenez, director ejecutivo del Centro, se lleno de grandes personalidades para seguir celebrando en grande este mes tan importante para la comunidad latina en los Estados Unidos.... "