Photo courtesy of Dallas Arboretum.

The Dallas Arboretum is kicking off its Hispanic Heritage Month celebration with a quinceañera fashion show, live music performances and more.

Events begin 10 a.m. Sept. 10 with the quinceañera fashion show in Rosine Hall. Participants will parade through the garden, accompanied by music played by Mariachi Rosas Divinas, North Texas’ first all-female mariachi ensemble.

Cooking demonstrations will be put on by chef Sara Carlock of Amor y Queso, chef Isabel Snetsinger of the Dallas Arboretum and Gil’s Elegant Catering, chef Dunia Borga of La Duni and chef Miriam Jiménez of Miriam’s Cocina Latina.

The #IfThenSheCan exhibit will be on display in the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden.

During the opening weekend, there will also be vendor markets and live music performances from Havana NRG! and Selena tribute band Bidi Bidi Banda.

The Hispanic Heritage Month celebration precedes the fall season at the Arboretum; the theme this year is “A Fall Fairy Tale.”