September 28, 2024
10:00 am-3:30 pm

Sábado, 28 de septiembre


Sacramento City College

Free admission and parking

Entrada y estacionamiento gratis

Over 100 Exhibitors

Más de 100 expositores

Get autographed books

Firma de libros por los autores

Bilingual activities & Workshops

Actividades y talleres bilingües 

Health, education, financial empowerment

Salud, educación, empoderamiento financiero

Keynote Speakers

Award-Winning Author Reyna Grande

The Distance Between Us, A Ballad of Love and Glory, A Dream Called Home, Somewhere We Are Human

Actor, Director, Writer and Activist Edward James Olmos

Stand and Deliver, American Me, Selena, My Family, Battlestar Galactica, Mayans

Award-Winning Author Victor Villaseñor

Rain of Gold, Burro Genius, 13 Senses, Walking Stars, 

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Authors /Autores

Claudia Maldonado
Esther Reyes Jones

Únanse a nosotros en este festival; participen como patrocinador, expositor, autor, o voluntario/a

Activities /Actividades

Exhibitors / Expositores

  • Community Resources
  • Health
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Community Libraries
  • Plus, food vendors
  • Raffles & Prizes
  • Book Reading 

Workshops / Talleres


Author Workshops


Entertainment / Entretenimiento



Sacramento City College is the oldest community college in the Los Rios Community College District, and the seventh oldest community college in California.  SCC serves thousands of students, enrolled across the college’s three locations- the main campus, the West Sacramento and Davis Education centers. SCC is a People’s College, empowering students and community through education. As an open-access college serving the Sacramento/Yolo region, they welcome anyone who wants to get a college education. SCC believes that education is a fundamental right that can transform lives and be a force for social change, and that this right should be made available to everyone. The educational opportunities available at SCC rival the quality of programs at four-year colleges and universities, and we make these opportunities affordable, accessible, and equitable to all. Our students are encouraged to pursue their own individual educational goals– whether that means transferring to a four-year institution, entering directly into the workforce, building skills to advance in their career, or engaging in personal enrichment, our degree and certificate programs are designed to help students find success and contribute to the vitality of our community. For more information, visit www.scc.losrios.edu 

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