In October of 2014, Villa Musica officially opened its first satellite site at the Logan Heights Library. Logan Heights has a rich history and a vibrant cultural identity. The neighborhood was originally settled in the late 1800s and early 1900s by Mexican immigrants who worked in the local agriculture industry. Over time, Logan Heights became a hub of Chicano culture and activism, and it is now recognized as a historic center of the Chicano movement.
Classes are designed in conference with library staff, participants, and their families to enhance this neighborhood’s passion for music.
If you’re interested in joining one of our group classes at the Logan Heights library, please take a moment to register via the form below.
Community Program Coordinator:
Nicole Shue – email@example.com