JCPRHAC Inc. JERSEY CITY PUERTO RICAN HERITAGE, ARTS & CULTURE, INC powered by: JCresident.com
PRESIDENT: Juan "Cheese" Vazquez
1st Vice Pres: Rafael Torres 2nd Vice Pres: Lilia R. Diaz, Tres: Krissy Gonzalez, Secretary: Jeslyn Garcia, Sergeant at Arms: Beverly A Castillo
Folkloric Center Inc.
JCPRHAC 1st Family Event: Hudson Lanes Bowling January 28th 2017
Jersey City Puerto Rican Heritage, Arts & Culture vision is to promote and strengthen the multi-faceted historical, cultural and artistic diversity that the Puerto Rican Community contributes, through Education, Social Justice, and the preservation of the established folklore of it's celebrated People, especially the up lifting of our youth.
PARADE: JERSEY CITY, N.J.
AUGUST 20TH, 2017
TUMBA LA CASA
JCPRHAC's focus is on the deep roots of Puerto Rican history and diaspora embodied in our everyday lives and how it is carried from generation to generation. This is accomplished through education in the form of cultural event, workshops and community engagement. JCPRHAC is dedicated to the unificationof our community by offering opportunities to become involved in the representation of Puerto Rican Heritage, Arts and Culture through sponsorship, volunteering and participatin. This approach ays out a blueprint for up and coming Communitiy leaders to further strengthen the foundaiton that the committed JCPRHAC team enacts into the Jersey Dity Puerto Rican Heritage Festival and Parade.
SCHEDULE EVENTS: HERE
Hollande's Festival de la Flores: A Mothers Day Event May 6th 2017 to Support the JCPRHAC
Created by S.Torres
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.
201.216-0137 VP line NJ
Art: R.Torres Woodcarving 2008
proposed events 2017
EVENTS: VALATINES DAY, MOTHERS DAY, FATHERS DAY, FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS, LATIN JAZZ HOLLANDE - JC PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE AUGUST 20TH 2017 ALL THE BENEFIT THE JERSEY CITY PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE AND FESTIVAL 2017
Founded in 1961 out of a need for cultural identification by Rafael Rodriguez, Diego Berrios, Juan Benitez, Premitivo Valle, Rafael Bou and Santiago Bonilla, the group organized the first Puerto Rican Day Parade in Jersey City.
Its 56 year history has grown from a small marching group into what is considered to be the largest parade celebrating Puerto Rican culture in New Jersey. A yearlong event in the planning, this cultural affair includes events that celebrated the diversity of Puerto Rican culture and its influence through Cuinary Arts, Artisans, Bomba & Plena, Dance, Percussion, Poetry, Music and Pageantry, to name a few.
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