ACPA’S 8th ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON & PHILIPPINE CULTURAL SHOW
Featuring the SEED Youth Program and ACPA Rondalla
Sunday, February 19, 2017 | 12:00pm
Oak Hill Park Community Center, Danville, CA
$25.00/admission includes Filipino Family-Style Lunch
This event is officially SOLD OUT!
No tickets will be sold at the door.
ACPA celebrates 8 years of the Students Enriched in Education & Dance (S.E.E.D.) Youth Program – teaching Philippine folk dance to youth ages 5-17 to nurture cultural pride and identity, to share Philippine cultural arts to diverse audiences, and create a safe space for youth to gain confidence, self-respect, and build a sense of community. ACPA has served hundreds of youth in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2009! We are also celebrating ACPA’s Philippine Rondalla ensemble and music program which has grown significantly in the last 3 years!
American Center of Philippine Arts (ACPA) provides a unique educational and developmental platform for multidisciplinary Philippine arts through innovative, hands-on classes, collaborations, networking opportunities, and showcasing events.
We strive to nurture both traditional and progressive Philippine arts to strengthen our community and ethnic identity.
Students Enriched in Education & Dance (SEED)
Performance Requests or Classes Info:
Diana Lerma, Oakland SEED Program Manager
Maria Honrada, Brentwood SEED Program Manager
Herna Cruz-Louie, Executive Director
Jay Loyola, Artistic Director