The kitchen was once the heart of the home. Families and friends would gather, gossip, and laugh while creating meals and many wonderful memories. Bring back this experience with an event familiar to many Hispanic homes--a tamalada.
Making your own tamales is simple, satisfying and a great way to spend time together with loved ones. Sandra Vásquez, inventor of the Más Tamales Masa Spreader, will give a hands-on tamale lesson at select San Antonio Public Library locations. Make some, take some, try it at home.
And on November 19, join us at Central Library for a free performance of "Las Nuevas Tamaleras." (Separate tickets required.)
Sponsored by Bolner's Fiesta Products, Mex-Sales Company, The San Antonio Public Library Foundation, City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department, and Burras Finas Productions.
SAPL Molly Pruitt Library at Roosevelt (View)
5110 Walzem Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78218
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|