Welcome to Chandler Contigo

A month-long series of events celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month starts Sept. 15

Chandler Contigo, translated from Spanish as "Chandler With You" is a month-long series of family, cultural and educational events that honor and celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. We have a variety of programs happening for all ages at all four Chandler Library locations, with a special kick-off event at the Downtown Library on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Hispanic Heritage Craft Day
Basha Library, Friday, Sept. 15, 11 a.m. - noon
Celebrate the start of Hispanic Heritage Month by creating Contigo-themed crafts at this family event! We provide supplies, you bring the creative touch!

Chandler Contigo Kick-off
Downtown Library, Saturday, Sept. 16, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Kick off the Chandler Contigo month-long celebration at the Downtown Library! All ages are invited to this free event. Enjoy interactive presentations and participate in fun family activities with event partners Intel and Someburros. View the complete schedule of the day's activities here. Click here to register for the Accordion Book Art activity.

¡Baila! Dance Party and Sing Along
Hamilton Library, Friday, Sept. 29, 6 - 8 p.m.
Grab the kids and the grandparents for this after-hours event! Dance, crafts, a sing-along and a special guest from Encanto!

Sunset Fiesta!
Sunset Library, Saturday, October 7, 10 a.m. to noon
Join us for an all-ages fiesta day on Sunset’s newly renovated patio! Music, crafts, face painting, a photo booth station and sugar skull decorating.

Visit our Contigo page for even more events and resources at the four Chandler Public Libraries, and visit the City of Chandler page to learn about other happenings around the city.

Chandler Contigo is supported by the City of Chandler Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Division, with sponsorship from Intel and Someburros.

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