• Tertulias Literarias: La Montaña Invisible

    • Thursday, February 7, 2019
    • 7 to 8:30pm
    • La Salita (2nd Floor)
    • Free
    Book of the month: La montaña invisible by Carolina de Robertis. Tertulias Literarias is a Spanish Book club held in coordination with the San Francisco Public Library, Mission Branch. Each month there is a new book to discuss. More info: Call 415 355 2800 or email… Read More
    La Montaña Invisible Tertulias Literarias
  • Navidad Negra: Bajada de Reyes

    • Saturday, January 12, 2019
    • 7pm to 9pm
    • $7 Admission
    • Theatre (1st floor)
    The MCCLA and Tradición Peruana Cultural Center invite you to participate in this year’s Bajada de Reyes, featuring music & dance company Jaranón Y Bochinche. Come and enjoy this special Afro-Peruvian way of closing the Christmas festivities! With cajón, guitar, conga, bass, and percussion of all… Read More
    Bajada de Reyes Navidad Negra
  • Tertulias Literarias: Una Novela Criminal

    • Thursday, January 3rd, 2018
    • 7pm to 8:30pm
    • La Salita (2nd floor)
    • Free Admission
    In coordination with the Public Library of San Francisco, MCCLA presents a book club for the community. Book of the month: Novela Criminal by Jorge Volpi. (Reading in Spanish) Please note Tertulias is switching to first Thursdays starting this month. For more information please contact… Read More
    Tertulias Literarias Jorge Volpi Una Novela Criminal
  • New Year’s Eve Mission Party

    • Monday, December 31, 2018
    • From 7 pm to 2 am
    • $40 Admission
    • Ages 21 and up
    • Mission Armory (1800 Mission St)
    Celebrate New Year's Eve while supporting MCCLA! When you purchase your New Year's Eve Mission Party tickets through MCCLA, you are directly supporting our Carnaval Contingent! MCCLA receives 100% of the proceeds sold through Eventbrite. Jump… Read More
    New Year's Eve Mission Party Monday December 31st 2018 7 am to 2 am
  • End of Semester Show

    • Saturday, December 15, 2018
    • From 3 pm to 5 pm
    • $5 Admission
    • Theatre (1st floor)
    Join us for our End of Semester Show as our teachers and their students showcase the diverse classes held at the center! Classes participating include: La Orquesta Del Barrio, Kid’s Drumming, Capoeira, Ballet, Mixtiso Dance, an exhibit from the students of Mission Gráfica… and… Read More
    End Of Semester Show December 2018
  • Tertulias Literarias: Los sueños de la serpiente

    • Wednesday, December 5, 2018
    • From 7 pm to 8:30 pm
    • La Salita (2nd floor)
    • Free Admission
    In coordination with the Public Library of San Francisco, MCCLA presents a book club for the community. Book of the month: Los sueños de la serpiente by Alberto Ruy Sanchez. (Reading in Spanish) Please note that Tertulias will be switching to first Thursdays… Read More
    Tertulias Literarias Alberto Ruy Sanchez Los sueños de la Serpiente
  • Paseo Artístico: Figurative Drawing Workshop

    • Saturday, December 1, 2018
    • From 1 pm to 3 pm
    • Studio D (3rd floor)
    • Free Admission
    Claudio Tallavera will teach easy and simple techniques for beginners in this figurative drawing workshop. The theme: musicians and their acoustic universe. This Paseo Artístico's theme is Encuentro del Canto Popular… Read More
    Paseo Artistico Encuentro del canto popular
  • Mole to Die For: 15th Annual Tasting & Contest

    • Friday, November 16, 2018 at 6:30 PM
    • Main Gallery (2nd floor)
    • $12 Admission
    Come enjoy and vote for the best authentic flavors of traditional Mole at MCCLA’s annual Mole Contest! Music by Azucarada. Mole (pronounced moe-lay) comes from the Nahuatl word mōlli (sauce) or chīlmōlli (chile sauce). Mole has a variety of flavors and styles. Come and check it… Read More
    Friday November 16th Mole To Die For 15th Annual Tasting and Contest
  • Public Comment Meeting

    • Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018
    • From 6:30 to 8:30
    • Inti Raymi Gallery
    • Free Admission
    Come meet MCCLA's Board of Directors and share your ideas and comments. Everybody… Read More
    Mural in front of MCCLA building