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In 1870, the first library branch in the United States was opened in East Boston, and in 2020 the same building became home to Veronica Robles Cultural Center

 We are located at 282 Meridian St. East Boston 02128. 

For questions, comments, or concerns, please send us a message. 

Want to Volunteer?

Volunteer with VROCC and help us to fulfill our mission of promoting Latin American arts and culture, as a way to make communities stronger and foster econimic growth among the youth. 

Want to Become a Member?

We serve community members, families, college students, and groups interested in fostering, sharing, and celebrating Latino cultures. Join us in fulfilling our mission and become a member today!

Want to make a Donation?

Support VROCC mission of promoting Latin American cultures, as a engine for building stronger communities and economic growth.

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Virtual Classes & Performances

As everyone across the world stays home to stop the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to have some of our classes and events online.

Dancing Elotes

VROCC’s Dancing Elotes project provides jobs to youth and brings art, culinary traditions and traditional dance to the East Boston Farmers Market every Wednesday. This project allows VROCC to reach a broad spectrum of people, support artists and partner with other community organizations.

About VROCC

Veronica Robles Cultural Center’s (VROCC) mission is to promote Latino arts and cultures as engine for stronger communities and economic growth.

Get Involved

Become a member today, and support VROCC’s initatives to keep our classes, events, and performances going!

Volunteer

Volunteer with VROCC and help us to fulfill our mission of promoting Latin American arts and culture, as a way to make communities stronger and foster econimic growth among the youth.

Meet the Founder

Veronica Robles is a woman of courage and principles. As a cancer survivor, she lives her life to the fullest, filled with joy, passion, and love. Her work honors the memory of her only daughter Kithizia who passed away as a teenager. Kithzia was a beautiful dancer and loved her culture. Through her parents community work, she learned to love and celebrate the cultures of other countries. To cope with the immense pain and sadness that haunts her every day, Robles and her husband decided to open Veronica Robles Cultural Center (VROCC), a non-profit organization in East Boston to teach the values of love and respect.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

Back in 1870 the first library branch in the United States was opened in East Boston, and in 2020 the same building became home to Veronica Robles Cultural Center

For questions, comments, and information, please send us a message!

282 Meridian St. East Boston 02128