A traditionally constructed native drum is seen in the hands of a indigenous person celebrating traditional music.
Join us in celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day on October 9, and honor Indigenous people and their histories and cultures in our communities.
Photo of dancers with colorful dresses swirling in the air.
National Hispanic Heritage Month commemorates the history, heritage, and achievements of Hispanic Latino Americans and their ancestors from Latin American countries, the Caribbean, and Spain.
Juneteenth – Freedom Day hero image.
As Juneteenth approaches, we encourage you to learn more about African American history and support local Black-owned businesses. These are just a few of the steps all of us can take to help create a more diverse and welcoming culture for everyone.  
"Safe Space" sticker with Pride flag.
As we celebrate Pride Month, it is a good time to understand what a safe space is and why the need for safe spaces has become more crucial.
Group of LGBTQ+ gathering together to celebrate Pride Month.
TwinStar is committed to making everyone feel welcome regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression. We are proud to share that this year TwinStar is a sponsor of Capital City Pride.
Children of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage playing on the playground.
Please join TwinStar this May in celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with the Asian/Pacific American communities in our neighborhoods and cities.
Woman with happy child.
On April 2, people all around the world observe World Autism Awareness Day to promote understanding and acceptance of those who have autism. Please join TwinStar in celebrating World Autism Awareness Day.
Portraits of women in economic history - Eliza Allen, Victoria Woodhall, Tennessee Clafin, Maggie Lena Walker, Louise McCarren Herring, Dora Maxwell, and Rosemary McFadden.
Join us for Women’s History Month as we talk about six women who are left out of the wider economics conversation and deserve recognition.
Black family in a kitchen preparing food and celebrating Juneteenth.
Juneteenth, June 19th, is a celebration of the end of slavery in our country. On June 19, 1865, enslaved Black Americans in Galveston, TX, were freed by Union troops.