The Mission of Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos (CCHSM) is to serve as a community beacon for the preservation, development, promotion and celebration of the Hispanic arts, culture, heritage and values.
The Centro's programs and educational curriculum include the areas of visual art, theater, dance, literature, music, multi-media and the culinary arts. These vibrant educational classes and interactive events for children, adults, families and diverse audiences take place throughout the year.
The museum is open to the
public on Saturdays
10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and by appointment. Call to schedule
your visit or tour.
211 Lee Street
San Marcos, TX 78666
We have limited space available for community use. If interested, please call us.
Become a member of the Centro Cultural. Your generous contribution of time and funds will support a vibrant and thriving center that proudly represents the heritage of our great Hispanic community.
A big thank you to our "Amigas del Centro"!
Yolanda Almendarez, Baudelia Arredondo, Laura Benavides, Sylvia Benavides, Anna Martinez Boling, Rosemary Campise, Hilda Almenas de Cook, Dolores Cruz, Nora Dickerson, Frances Emery, Lucy Gamez, Rosie Garcia, Bobbie Garza-Hernandez, Juanita Gonzales, Elva Gonzalez, Lolly Guerra, Margaret Gutierrez, Mary Esther Huerta, Debbie Ingalsbe, Anna Juarez, Rebecca Manzanares, Dr. Melissa Martinez, Patricia Melgar-Cook, Rosalba Merchant, Margie Moore, Bea Natal, Alicia Evans Peirce, Maria Rocha, Dr. Joanne Salas, Becky Sierra, Dr. Pauline Sullivan, Adria Tabor, Angelita Garza Tobias, Dr. Melba Vasquez Miller, Ofelia Vasquez-Philo, Josie V. Villalpando, Margie Villalpando, Magdalena O. Villanueva.
Thank you for your support and commitment to developing the Centro for our community. If you would like to be an "Amiga del Centro" please call us at (512) 878-0640.
Cinco de Mayo Luncheon
Thank you to LULAC #654 and Sociedad Cuauhtemoc, and all of our wonderful sponsors, supporters, and volunteers who helped to make this year's luncheon such a grand success!
Special thanks to Executive Director Bobbie Garza-Hernandez and Programs Coordinator Gloria Salazar for leading this effort.
Teachers' Breakfast in the Barrio
Saturday, May 18, 8:30 AM
Honoring our teachers who do so much for our children and community. Breakfast invitation, CLICK HERE.
Mis Pequeños Ingenieros Summer Camp
August 5 - 10, 9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. For students entering 3rd grade on August 2013. Call now to reserve your space.
TEACHERS: Summer learning opportunities and positions for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade teachers.
CLICK HERE for teachers packet and applications.
Native American Summer Camp
July 8 - 12, 1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Free for SMCISD 6th - 8th grade students. Sponsored by Indigenous Cultures Institute. Call (512) 393-3310 to sign up.
More details, CLICK HERE.
For Children in grades 3rd through 6th. Tutoring Every Tuesday, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. In partnership with SMCISD.
New Art Exhibit
Showcasing the art of Swiss-American artist, Veronique Hahn and her students Dakota Fernandez, Michael Brown and Dennis Michael Gutierrez.