Join 2021 Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias!





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Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias, presented by Sea Mar Community Health Centers, is a celebration of Latino culture and commemorates the independence of different countries within the Latin America region, many of which celebrate their national independence day in the month of September. It is a festival to celebrate our history while taking pride in the new generations of Latinos that now call the United States home.

As part of the Seattle Center's Virtual Festál 2021 series, Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias will be offering a film livestream on September 18 and Fitness Health Fair and Vaccination Event on September 19 at the Sea Mar Community Center, located in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle. Check out more details in the schedule below!

Agenda


Celebrate with us online the beautiful cultures and independence of Latin America!

Saturday, September 18, 2021 starting at 12:00 pm Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias Video Livestream (Link to livestream will be available the day of event)

Sunday, September 19, 2021 starting at 12:00 pm Fitness Health Fair Presented by Sea Mar’s “We Move to Give” Team. (Zoom link will be available the day of event) and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic located at the Sea Mar Community Center next to the Sea Mar Museum





    9/18 at 12:00 pm
    Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias
    Film Livestream
  • Opening Remarks
  • City of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle Center Robert Nellams, and Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias Chairman Jorge Madrazo

  • Presentation from local Latin American Consulates and artists
  • Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Peru and Chile

  • Chicano Culture
  • With Dr. Jerry Garcia







Videos from Last Year



    Virtual Celebration





    Fitness Portion




    Food Recipes


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    Mexico

    Learn how to make mole! A traditional Mexican sauce enjoyed throughout the nation. Although many regions may have their own recipe and style, this video shows the roots of its creation and the uses as a great meal.

    Honduras

    Make your own baleadas at home! This is a traditional Honduran dish composed of a flour tortilla, filled with mashed fried red beans and thick cream. It originates from the north coast of the country and many other people add sausage, plantain, hot sauce, avocado, chicken, pork or chismol which is diced tomato, onion and bell pepper.

    Guatemala

    Chiles rellenos are stuffed peppers filled with ground meat and other ingredients. This very traditional Guatemalan dish is very popular among the locals and has styled to their national spices and flavor profiles.



Chile

Sopaipilla is a fried pastry and a type of quick bread served in several regions with Spanish heritage in the Americas. In Chile, sopaipillas are traditionally homemade and eaten during days of heavy rain. They are also enjoyed as a popular street food.

Peru

Lomo saltado is a popular, traditional Peruvian dish, a stir fry that typically combines marinated strips of sirloin (or other beef steak) with onions, tomatoes, french fries, and other ingredients; and is typically served with rice. The dish originated as part of the chifa tradition, the Chinese cuisine of Peru, though its popularity has made it part of the mainstream culture.

El Salvador

A perfect drink for warm weather and a dessert afterwards! El Salvador's fresco de ensalada is the type of recipe where you can add your favorite fruits so feel free to have fun with the flavours! You can add herbs like mint or other fruits like cucumbers.







Traditional Dances


Mexico

Honduras

Guatemala



Chile

Peru

El Salvador

Enjoy The Fiesta!

"Gracias" to our 2021 Sponsors:


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Contact


For more information on Sea Mar Fiestas Patrias, please email Jorge Madrazo.