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  • MARCH 31, 2020 - SOLIVITA RETIREMENT COMMUNITY PRESENTATION (Kissimmee, FL)

    ENCORE PRESENTATION!!  Due to the success of last year’s private presentation of the film THE BORINQUENEERS at the Solivita Retirement Community in Kissimmee, Florida, there will be another presentation of the film on March 31, 2020.  There will be special invited Borinqueneer guests who will participate in the question-and-answer session following the screening of the film and an archival photo exhibit.  

    This event is not open to the public, but if interested in attending there will be a limited number of seats available by special invitation of the filmmaker.  Please email contact@borinqueneers.com or call (863) 547-8023 to reserve a spot.

  • NOVEMBER 7, 2019 - AARP CONNECTICUT PRESENTS "The Borinqueneers" (Hartford, CT)

    In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, AARP Connecticut presents “The Borinqueneers” at Spotlight Theatres with reception in Hartford, Connecticut from 6-9pm.  The free happy hour reception includes one drink ticket and the screening of The Borinqueneers, the award winning documentary film about the Puerto Rican 65th Infantry Regiment.

     

    6:00 p.m.: Free Reception at Front Street Bistro
    7:15 p.m. Opening remarks and 78 minute film

    Spotlight Theatres & Front Street Bistro
    39 Front Street
    Hartford, Connecticut 06103
    860-422-7711 

    Register today and reserve your seat for this special event at aarp.event.com/FilmNov7

    Parking is available in the garages surrounding Street. Parking costs are not included.

  • SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 - THE BUFFALO HISTORY MUSEUM FILM SCREENING (Buffalo, NY)

    A free film screening of THE BORINQUENEERS will take place at the Buffalo History Museum, 1 Museum Court, Buffalo, NY on Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 2:30 – 5:00pm.  Light Refreshments will be available.  The WNY Hispanic Heritage History panels will be on display.  This is free event honoring Hispanic Heritage Month.  The first showing of the film will begin at 2:30pm and a second showing will start at 3:45pm.  This event is sponsored by the Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York, Inc. with support from the Buffalo History Museum.   Coincidentally, Filmmaker Noemi Figueroa Soulet was invited by the Council to participate and screen the film at the Buffalo Film Festival on exactly the same date, September 21, 2012.  It was a great turnout then and she still remembers the delicious buffalo wings she was treated to afterwards!  Attend if you can and learn about the Borinqueneers!  

Film awards

A DOCUMENTARY ON THE ALL-PUERTO RICAN 65TH INFANTRY REGIMENT

Some of the Comments

Hola quisiera saber información de mi padre que fue un soldado Puertorriqueño

Nota:  Le sugerimos que visite nuestra sección de “Preguntas de Frecuencia”:  https://borinqueneers.com/es_ES/gallery-page/frequently-asked-questions/

Mayra Sheliz Ortiz San Juan PR

I am the son of Jose Ramirez .
Sargent of company C . He can be found in the Company C picture to the far left. Can you tell me if a Congressional Medal was awarded to him. Thank you William Ramirez.

Note:  I suggest you contact us at contact@borinqueneers.com or call (863) 547-8023 to discuss your case in detail.  Thank you for your inquiry.

William Ramirez Langhorne PA

My father Felix Cardona Quiñones died on Thursday, June 21, 2018. He proudly received the gold medal the day of his 90th Birthday April 13, 2016. I am proud of his legacy of service and cordial attitude to his fellow citizens being very proud for being one of many puerto ricans who return to Puerto Rico and help improve our society by developing sports

Felix Kansas City, MO

My father, Hector L. Capella passed away on Valentines Day 02/14/18. He will be missed but know that he is at peace now. He risked his life for this country and was a proud Veteran and Borinqueneer. We made a tribute video of him and also of the Borinqueneers. It is good to know that this site will continue to honor the Borinqueneers and that my father’s photo is here. Thank you.

Ruth Orlando, FL

Saludos, Mi tio Raúl Rivera Rodríguez original del Bo Colombia en Mayaguez, perteneció a los Borinqueneers. Fue declarado MIA en la Guerra de Corea. Los familiares que le sobrevivimos apenas le conocimos, tan solo tenemos la foto oficial enmarcada que otorgó el ejército a mis abuelos. Si alguien tiene memorias, fotos, historias, etc. agradeceríamos lo comparta con nosotros.
Agradecida! puede dirigirse a biekepaz@aol.com Sol N. Vélez-Rivera

SOL VELEZ Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

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