Lotería, the Spanish word for lottery, is often referred to as Mexican Bingo.
For hundreds of years, Latino and Hispanic communities have played Lotería during times of celebration. This tradition originated in Italy, moved to Spain, and finally came to Mexico in 1769. Initially played by the colonial Mexican elite, it eventually was embraced by all social classes. Now families all over enjoy this game together during holidays and other special occasions.
In collaboration with the Kennedy-King College Department of Adult Education, we invite you to participate in this fun activity on Thursday, October 11th at 5:00 p.m. in the Kennedy-King College V-Building, Second Floor.