The Historical Museum of Osceola County is inviting the public on August 9 at 6pm to experience a new permanent exhibit with a special focus on the contributions the Latin American community has made to Osceola County’s history, ¡Hola History!

Visitors to the exhibit will be able to learn how members of the latin American community have made to help shape the cultural tapestry of Osceola County. From the early settlers to contemporary times, the exhibit vividly showcases the stories, achievements, and indelible impact of the Latin American community on the region’s growth and identity. 

The event will feature a live performance by a talented local Latin music artist, filling the air with enchanting melodies that resonate with the spirit of Latin heritage. Attendees will also have the opportunity to savor delectable Latin cuisine, offering a delightful taste of the region’s culinary delights.

“We are excited to present ¡Hola History!, this new permanent exhibit, highlighting the remarkable contributions of the Latin American community to the history and cultural diversity of Osceola County. This exhibit is a testament to the collaborative efforts and support we have received from the community and various organizations,” Kimberly Murray, Executive Director at Osceola History said.

The Osceola History Welcome Center & History Museum is located at 4155 W Vine St, Kissimmee, FL 34741, and admission is free!