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AMERICAN CENTER OF PHILIPPINE ARTS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE WITH US!

ACPA’s 8TH ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON & PHILIPPINE CULTURAL SHOW
Featuring a colorful Philippine dance and music performance by ACPA’s Students Enriched in Education & Dance Youth Program and Live Rondalla & Percussion Ensemble!

Sunday, February 19, 2017  |  12:00pm – 2:00pm
Oak Hill Park Community Center, 3005 Stone Valley Road, Danville, CA 94526

American Center of Philippine Arts (ACPA) turns 8 this February, 2017! Join us as we celebrate 8 years of the Students Enriched in Education & Dance (S.E.E.D.) Youth Program which 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!

Enjoy a delicious Filipino Family-Style (Kamayan Optional) lunch, purchase tickets to the raffle with amazing prizes, and experience our Philippine dance and music presentation by the S.E.E.D. youth with ACPA’s live Rondalla & Percussion ensemble!

We thank you all for your continued support, and look forward to seeing you there!

For More Details and Tickets: https://acpaturns8.eventbrite.com



OUR ONGOING PROGRAMS

Now in our 8th year of programming, ACPA has continued to nurture Philippine cultural arts to strengthen the Filipino community and ethnic identity through our current ongoing performing arts programs:

  • Students Enriched in Education & Dance (S.E.E.D.) Youth Programs – instructing youth ages 5-17 in Philippine folk dance, with classes in Brentwood and Berkeley.
  • Philippine Rondalla music classes and workshops – ongoing classes in Oakland, and instruction at Filipino college organizations such as University of San Francisco and University of California, Davis.
  • Community collaborations – working with other arts organizations and individual artists who share our mission and vision.
  • Jay Loyola Dance Project – supporting new Philippine dance works by ACPA’s Artistic Director and Choreographer, Jay Loyola.
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