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CSULB Filipino Christmas Fest

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*Nana'o will be a vendor at this event!

Join the Pilipino American Coalition & Kappa Psi Epsilon as we celebrate our 19th annual Pilipino Christmas Festival "Pasko Sa Aming Bayan" at our home at California State University Long Beach on Saturday December 5, 2015. The event will be located on the HHS1 Lawn from 10AM-6PM. It is a Filipino tradition to welcome the holiday season, and so we invite you all, the community and others to our campus to celebrate the holidays with us. 

Pilipino Christmas Fest 2015 will be a non-profit event in which all of our proceeds will go to People’s CORE in the efforts to support Justice for Filipino American Veterans (JFAV). The proceeds will help spread more awareness for the injustices done to the veterans who have been marching for 15 years.

Entertainment features local singers and musicians, also dance teams including Mini Shock LA, SPAM, and PAC Modern, and a showcase of our traditional Filipino folk dances that will be performed in our 30th annual Pilipino Cultural Night which will be held in the spring.

Pilipino Christmas Festival is a fun-filled family event! Children can come to our Kid's Korner where they can meet Santa and play games at the different stations we have with One Nation and our other affiliated organizations. On top of that we have over 20 vendors who will be selling clothing, accessories, artwork, and even custom Minnie Mouse Ears! So make sure you bring some money and you stop by those different vendors to see what they all have to offer. We will also be having Belly Bombz food truck all day at the festival to make sure that everyone’s stomachs are happy and full.

So make sure you save the date and we look forward to seeing you all to celebrating

For more questions, please contact our PCF Coordinators:

Frances Ramas
Vice President, Pilipino American Coalition
(818)793-3292

Victoria Le
Cutural Chair, Kappa Psi Epsilon
(714) 854-2901

 

Earlier Event: June 19
Hura Tahiti
Later Event: May 21
Heritage of Aloha Festival