Join the Pilipino American Coalition & Kappa Psi Epsilon as we celebrate our 17th annual Pilipino Christmas Festival “Pasko Sa Aming Bayan” at our home at California State University Long Beach on Saturday December 7, 2013!
Pilipino Christmas Fest 2013 will be a non-profit event in which all of our proceeds will go to the Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda relief in the Philippines.
It is a Filipino tradition to welcome the holiday season in celebration, and so we invite you all, the community and others to our campus to celebrate the holidays with us.
Entertainment features local singers and musicians including Filharmonics, April Nhem, dance teams including Mini Shock LA, SPAM, and PAC Modern, and a showcase of a few of our traditional Filipino folk dances performed by PAC Cultural.
It is fun-filled family event! Children can come to our Kid’s Korner where they can meet Santa and write letters to him and also make holiday arts and crafts all day. We also have One Nation and other affiliated organizations hosting several various activities. On top of that we have vendors, an art exhibit with artists selling their work, and what would a festival be without food?! Yes, the Lime Truck will there all day to meet your stomach’s needs!
We are doing this for the community. For our families, for our children, for you. Most importantly, although we grieve for the souls lost during this typhoon as well as for the people of the Philippines, we know all our organizations and partners, and with your help, can do so much and provide relief and support for the Philippines. In celebrating the holidays we can also celebrate the perseverance and strength of our people through these tough times.
We would love for you to join us for this wonderful event!
For more questions, please contact our PCF Coordinators:
Vice President, Pilipino American Coalition
Rica Jenelle Halili
Cultural Chair, Kappa Psi Epsilon