On Friday, September 24, the Grand Valley State University's Latin
American Studies program hosted El Loteria at the Cook Arts
Center. The program started at 5pm and ran until 7pm with over
30 people in attendance. Before the playing began, one of
GVSU's professors acted as El Griton whose job it is to call out
the name of the cards. In addition, El Griton also talked about
the history of El Loteria in Mexico. Several winners emerged
throughout the night and they were rewarded with prices. In
addition, GVSU provided Mexican food for everyone to enjoy.
Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities administers the
programs of the Cook Arts Center.