3rd Annual Florida Puerto Rican Parade & Festival SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019 11:00 A.M. • ORANGE AVE & CONCORD STREET, DOWNTOWN, ORLANDO FL Who We Are The recent Parade, Festival and related activities were established to promote the Puerto Rican community culture, heritage and its contributions to the State of Florida. The Parade and Festival […]
The Puerto Rico Research Hub of the University of Central Florida and the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College-CUNY cordially invite you to participate in the Puerto Rico, Puerto Ricans “In Pursuit of Puerto Rican Studies” Research Summit to be held April 17, 2019 at the University of Central Florida Fairwinds Alumni Center in Orlando, […]
Founded in 1951 by San Jose Puerto Ricans who wanted to share their culture with the South Bay communities. A 501(c)3 social club open to anyone that wants to learn about and enjoy the Puerto Rican culture. In 2016 we were able to make San Jose History Park our monthly gathering place. Our club is […]
We stopped for dinner in a great seafood restaurant right on the coast in Aguada. Liz had Arroz con Jeyes, I had Asopao de Jeyes. They were both incredible. A short time later we caught the sunset off the West Coast.
We took a quick little trip to Punta Borinquen in Aguadilla. The beach was gorgeous but everything was abandoned post Hurricane Maria. There were 2 separate beaches and a small area that was supposed to help restore the ruins of this fort. But most of this came to a stand still after Hurricane Maria. Related […]
MISSION STATEMENT AfriCaribe is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, research, promotion, and development of the Puerto Rican and Caribbean cultures through music, dance, theater, and other artistic media. HISTORY Created in 2000 by Evaristo “Tito” Rodriguez, AfriCaribe provides Chicago with a means to celebrate the African influence in Puerto Rico and other Caribbean […]
the location we stayed at in Aguada was right on the shoreline. You could hear the waves crashing at night, so we set out to explore the shoreline right after our morning coffee. Aguada Puerto Rico is about a 2 hour drive west or San Juan on the Northern end of the West Coast. You […]
Liz and John, owners of Boricua.com, stayed at Villa D’ Palma for a few nights in March. Our host, Rocio, was wonderful and gracious. We will be going back to stay here again on our next trip to Puerto Rico. Aguada is out on the west coast. Villa D’ Palma was across the street from […]
Puerto Rico is totally open for business. As your might already know, Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico in September 2017 and the damages were uncountable. Fortunately, we were able to overcome all the struggles that the hurricane bring when it comes to deliver to our visitors. There are many things that you can do if […]
Puerto Rico should be at the top of the places to consider. The combination of history, diverse culture, scenery, attractions, warm people and fascinating cities, make this Caribbean gem a world-class destination.