Viva Chile Boston Fiesta!

 Viva Chile Boston Fiesta

 Celebra la cultura chilena!

Invita a tus familiares, amigos, compatriotas y amantes de la cultura latina

 Let’s celebrate Chilean culture!

Bring your family, friends, fellow Chileans and any Latin culture fan


  • Rica comida casera
  • Música en vivo
  • Concursos de cueca y paya, y mucho más…

Esta es la perfecta oportunidad para vestir tu traje o accesorio típico!

  • Yummy homemade cooking
  • Live music
  • Cueca and payas contests, and more…Logo-VROCC-Vertical

This is the perfect opportunity to wear your traditional Chilean outfit!


Saturday May 30th, 2015, 5 pm

Centro Cultural Verónica Robles 175 William F McClellan Highway, East Boston, MA, 02128

*Nota: te invitamos a compartir tu paya, las 5 mejores se recitarán el día del evento para concursar por un premio especial.

*Note: you are welcome to share your paya with us, the top 5 will be recited the day of the event, and they will get the chance to win a special price.


Arts and Crafts Fair

SAM_8331 We are happy to invite you to be part of the Second VROCC Arts and Craft Fair ; activities will include folkloric dance, music and arts exhibits. This is a great opportunity to expose your business and sell your product right before Mother’s Day. VROCC Arts and Craft Fair will be held on Saturday, April 25  from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Veronica Robles Cultural Center 175 William F. McClellan Highway, Rut 1A, East Boston, MA 02128. The event is free for the public. If you want to be part of this event please contact Andrea Cali at 617-818-9139 or call our main office 781-558-5102, REGISTER NOW!! Buy Now Button

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION: VROCC Vendor & Craft Fair (1)  Click here to see photos of our first fair

Valentine’s Day at VROCC / Dia de San Valentín en VROCC


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Presented by Veronica Robles Cultural Center and East Boston Neighborhood Health Center

This is a professional networking event for Adults.

The night will include music by Veronica Robles & her Mariachi, and dance until midnight with Super DJ. Alejandro Magno powered by Humberto DePena HD Sound.

Buy your tickets at Veronica Robles Cultural Center 175 William F. McClellan Highway, East Boston, 02128
Monday through Wednesday from 5 to 8 PM
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Fee $25 per person
Tickets available online (An extra fee of $2 will apply)


Keepers of Tradition Gourmet Dinner Series

Ceviche TrioVROCC Keepers of Tradition Gourmet Dinner Series features reliable and well respected personalities in the performing and culinary arts from around the world. Our first edition is to celebrate VROCC founder and director Veronica Robles’ birthday. 

 Click here to buy your ticket.

Widely recognized as the most authentic representative of Mexican music and culture in New England, Veronica Robles has Mexican music in her blood. She first learned to sing boleros and rancheras from her grandmother as she prepared traditional dishes in the family kitchen. It was in Mexico City’s Plaza Garibaldi, the cradle of mariachi music, where Veronica was introduced to the mariachi group led by El Chiquis.  She began working with his group at age 15, learning hundreds of songs and musical styles from these elder musicians. In 1992, Robles left her home country for New York City to pursue her life as a professional mariachi musician.

Robles has made Massachusetts home since 2000, where she specializes in performing for young audiences through school assemblies, residencies and dance workshops. She was named an Artist Fellowship Finalist by the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2012.



Mexican Native Estela Calzada loves cooking and promoting traditional and authentic dishes of her beloved country. La Señora Estela runs a catering company called “Comida Autentica,” and her Tamale, Mole and other receipes still grace the menu of some well known Mexican Restaurants in Massachusetts. She teaches cooking classes for the Somerville Arts Council, and they call her classes “The Real Deal.”


From Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, currently living in the State of Maine, Mr. Ramos has over 25 years in the restaurant industry locally and internationally. He recently completed the first phase of a Tequila expert class “T” certification by The Tequila Regulatory Council of Mexico and is endorsed by the Association of Tequila from Mexico.  After finishing a technical career, Sergio immigrated to the United States and worked for Applebee’s,  Ruby Tuesday and Rare Hospitality.

On November 20th, Mexican celebrate the anniversary of  “La Revolucion Mexicana:
La Revolucion Mexicana was an armed conflict often categorized as the most important sociopolitical event in Mexico and one of the greatest upheavals of the 20th century, which saw important experimentation and reformation in social organization. After prolonged struggles, its representatives produced the Mexican Constitution of 1917 during Venustiano Carranza’s term.
The revolution led to the creation of the Partido Nacional Revolucionario (“National Revolutionary Party”) in 1929; it was renamed the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (Institutional Revolutionary Party) (PRI) in 1946. Under a variety of leaders, the PRI monopolized power until the general election of 2000.
The 20th of November is celebrated in Mexico as the beginning of the Mexican Revolution that ran from 1910 to 1920 and was called for by defeated presidential candidate and reform writer Francisco Ignacio Madero.


Thank you for attending our 1st annual fundraising Gala

VROCC Students and Founders


Last night during the the Veronica Robles Cultural Center (VROCC) First Annual Fundraising Gala, board members, staff and student had the opportunity to share precious moments with friends, media, officials and supporters.

Students of the dance class of Mexico and Peru as well as the singing class student El rancherito de Oro graciously performed for the audience, also present other VROCC members such as Yorgelis William a young talented student who is finalist to “La Voz Kids” #lvk the spanish version of the talent show “The Voice”. 

On the entertainment we were delighted by the male voices of Alexander Faria (Venezuela), Alex Deras (El Salvador) and Felipe Jorge from Dominican Republic.









The sound was provided by @HD Sound and Music by Raidin Novas.

Photos and video by LTV Productions Corp. Willy Lopez, Dimas Pineda and VROCC member Brianda Reyes.

To please our guests’s taste buds we had El Paisa Resaturant that offers and excellent catering service. El Paisa is now serving brunch make sure to visit them and mention VROCC.

The center pieces were made by Batiz Jewlery @Batizstore and VROCC parents.
Tables and Linens by @Roland L. Appleton






VIP Guests:

Chief of Health and Human Services in Boston Felix Arroyo representing Mayor Martin Walsh

Mexican Consul Francisco Jacobi
Members of the American “Jewish Commette”
Robert Leikind
Diane Leiberman
Jeffrey Kraines
Candidate to Register of Probate and Family Court in Suffolk County

Special thanks to our sponsors. Click here to see the list of our sponsors.

To see all pictures click here.



“Tarde de Serenata Colombiana” was successfully accomplished

“La Tarde de Serenata Colombiana” was an afternoon full of music, food and friendship. Thank you all for coming to celebrate this wonderful country.

Special guests 

William Peña Lopera, Colombian Radio Personality

Diana Cardona, Colombia TV Personality

Saúl García, Colombian Singer

Marina Rodríguez, Colombian Singer
Kike Rumbero, Colombian DJ
Willianson Pérez Agamez Musician
Andrés Blandon, Musician

Food and desserts provided by: Isabel Montoya, Estela Toro, Juan Coca y Kevin Solano “Las solteritas” and  ManiNuts , Chocolafe.

Special thanks to The Spanish Media:

Las Parceritas
YXY Boston con Douglas
Ritmo Guanaco
El Morro y la Onda Musical
Deportes y Mas con Marino Velásquez
Conexión Hispana
Torre Sonora Internacional
Magacin 10am

“Solteritas” Traditional Colombian Dessert
Kevin Solano 978-995-2142

Super thanks to Willy López and board members, volunteers and staff Ángela Mosquera, Kristin Wallace, Omar Cabrera, Sofía Batíz y Amparo Herrera Duque, Victoria Heart, Adelaida Carbajal, Dimas and Yamileth Pineda, Diana Cardona, Edwin Acosta and VROCC instructors Teresa Stagnaro, Miguel Bernal, José Carlos, Glenda Preval, Karla Trigueros. Parents and students and the Boston Center for Adult Education you all VROCC!!!!

ManiNuts Colombian Snack
Diana and Angelica 617-909-9996