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Mayor Walsh illuminates City Hall for Hispanic Heritage Month

Join Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the City of Boston's Latinx Employee Resource Group (ERG) for a public event lighting up City Hall to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month!

Flags of our heritage come in every color. The Latinx ERG collectively chose orange because it is a vibrant color, just like our heritage — orange is also associated with meanings of joy, warmth, sunshine, enthusiasm, creativity, change, happiness, fun, enjoyment, balance, freedom, expression, and wonder.

We invite you to join us at 6:00 for a short program and the lighting at 7:30pm. Stick around after the lighting for a group photo with Mayor Martin J. Walsh!

Please be sure to wear orange!

About Hispanic Heritage Month

The month highlights the importance of our City’s residents. We showcase their diverse histories and contributions to public life, culture, language, and identity. Every year, we celebrate through a wide range of events.

Heritage Month information

1 City Hall Square
Boston, MA 02201
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