Admission @ Door is $10 /Online Reservations are Closed

ARTIVISM: A Tribute to Past, Present and Future Voices

@ The Spot March 23rd, 12pm-8pm

view the work of muralist and artist


The Hispanic/LatinUS Task Force is proud to continue the work of bringing a voice and representation to the beautiful Hispanic and Latin demographic that strengthens our communities.


March 23rd and 24th, we will welcome Eduardo Chavez, film director and grandson of the famous Cesar Chavez to our community for a LIVESTREAM screening of "Hailing Cesar" and Q/A session @ The Community Library, in addition to being honored and inspired through the transformative art shared by the famous Artist/Muralist John "Zender" Estrada, hosted by The Spot.

This is an opportunity for our community to learn more of the value brought to us by the activism/art of Chavez and Estrada.

Light Refreshments and promotional products available in "The Slot"–the lobby of THE SPOT @ 220 Lewis Street #2, Ketchum, ID.


All attendees must wear a mask and follow social distancing protocols.

March 23rd  John Zender Estrada Art @ The Spot 12-8pm

                       "Hailing Cesar" Screening @ The Community Library 

                        La Marcha 5:30-6pm from The Spot to the Library                                       "Tribute Walk" playing de Colores by Monica Carrillo

simply come by The Spot between 12pm-7:45pm 3/23 to experience the work of John Zender Estrada! 

"An exploration of Soul, Body and Spirit"

MARCH 23 12pm-8pm

@ The Spot

In accordance with COVID-19 protocols we are limiting the amount of patrons in the space.

in proud partnership with The Crisis Hotline, The Hispanic/Latin US Task Force, The Community Library and Eduardo Chavez