Culinary classes at Nana’s Kitchen located inside the SQACC Event Center located at 1225 Broadway Toledo. Classes are held on Saturdays from noon to 3 pm. Small class sizes allow participants to observe social distancing rules, while getting personal instruction to make sure each dish is prepared perfectly.
Traditional Latin Food with a vegan twist will be held on Saturday Feb. 13, 2021 and is in collaboration with Vibrant Vegan.
Latin Street Food will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021
Mexican Sauces w/ Street Tacos on Saturday, May 8, 2021
Latin Desserts on Saturday, June 12, 2021
Take a class and learn how to prepare your new favorite dish!
As the team prepares for next year’s classes and programs, we believe it is extremely important that we find new and creative ways to stay involved with the community. We are pushing ourselves to think outside of the box and adapt. As we look ahead, we ask that you please consider making a monetary donation to SQACC. Please follow the link below to make a donation. We look forward to working with you next year!
The SQACC Team
The Sofia Quintero Art & Cultural Center serves as an oasis for neighborhood residents and local artists. Through events and programs, SQACC provides interest, awareness, and education about Latino art, heritage, and culture. The SQACC Board of Trustees comprises of Latinos and non-Latinos with an interest in preserving
Latino Culture and community involvement. Since its founding, SQACC has and continues to build partnerships with the local city government as well as local and international individuals, organizations, and educational institutions to provide opportunities for community development and advancement for its residents.
We appreciate you giving of your time to help build our community and programs!
What we do is dependent on you; volunteering and your generous support. Thank you for impacting our community.
There are so many ways to get involved in your community. Drop us a line to find out about events, volunteer opportunities and fundraisers!
1222 Broadway St, Toledo, Ohio 43609, United States
The Sofia Quintero Art and Culture Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit Latino art organization founded in 1996 by members of the Mexican American community to support the artistic expressions of the local Latino community. The center was named after Sofia Quintero, the daughter of migrant farm workers who settled in the Toledo area. In her short life, Sofia was the first Latina to be voted into the Toledo Board of Education and was elected President of the Board. Her life was cut short by illness, but her joy of Latino culture, and her determination continues through the efforts of the Sofia Quintero Art & Culture Center, it's board members, and active community members.
SQACC aims to nurture and enhance the creative abilities of all people through an emphasis on Latina and Latino art and culture. The center serves as an oasis for the neighborhood residents and local artists.
The Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center Inc. (SQACC) strives to be a premier, regional, and Latino based organization that advances the important roles that art and education play in everyday lives.
SQACC supports and gives voice to the artistic and educational expressions which advance community development, responsibility and social equity, cultural diversity, global awareness and stewardship, as well as the empowerment of the Latina and Latino identities.