When: Friday, June 7th, 6-8pm
Where: QAE at John Marshall, Cafeteria
We’re so excited that the Students of Color group, comprised of 4th and 5th graders, will be playing an integral role in leading this event with help in marketing to other classes and signs around school. We also have a special something planned from them for the night of the event!
Also, we've confirmed that the Filipino Youth Activities (FYA) Drill Team will be performing! Established in 1959, (and celebrating its 60th year!) the FYA Drill Team was created to enhance the Filipino American Culture, to instill discipline, respect, hard work, responsibility, accountability and core Filipino family values. In addition to private performances, the FYA Drill Team can be seen at APIA Heritage Festival (Seattle Center) Pagidiriwang Philippine Festival (Seattle Center), Pista Sa Nayon (Seafair), and in parades and festivals all over Washington state, including the Torchlight Parade this summer!
As always, the success of this event is only based on participation! All families are welcome! Below are some links on how you can participate.
Do you have a favorite dish? Please feel free to bring it!
Does your family have cultural traditions or talents you or your family would like to share? Sign up here!
Or do you want to help set-up or clean up? Team work makes the dream work!!
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Kay Dumlao at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on June 7th!