Events and Activities - 2009
||Colorful Moon Festival Celebration
The Moon Festival Celebration was a great opportunity for our community to come together on Saturday, Oct. 3. Over 500 people attended the event. The success of this event was only possible with the hard work of many volunteers.
Hong Lin won the big trophy for the Best Moon Cake 2009.
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A photo of dancers on Kentucky Kernel
||KYCAA 2009 Moon Festival Picnic
The 2009 Moon Festival Celebration and Picnic will be held at Shillito Park, Saturday 4 pm - 8 pm, October 3, 2009. Activities include talent show, taste and sale of moon cakes, contest for home made moon cakes, and lot more! It's a great time for you and your family to relax, meet old and new friends, watch kids play in the field, and enjoy mooncakes!
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||Seminar: How to Succeed in Public Schools
Mr. Stu Silberman, superintendent of the Fayette Public School System, will speak to our parents and students on public school education. Saturday, 2 pm, October 3, 2009 at Lexington Public Library - Beaumont Branch, 3080 Fieldstone Way, Lexington Kentucky 40513. Contact Qiang Ye for more information.
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||Xiang-E School in Sichuan, China
City of Xiang E, Sichuan is recovering from the devastating earthquake. KYCAA has been one of the sponsors for Xiang-E Elementary School Rebuild Project. KYCAA joind Sichuan Earthquake Relief Fund and contributed $12,000 to the fund. The fund has raised a total of $100,000. It was a memorable moment when our members worked hard to raise funds and collected items in urgent needs.
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Please enjoy the school photos
||Chinese Fan Dance Work Shop
Saturday, 2-4 pm August 22, 2009 at Lexington Public Library - Beaumont Branch, 3080 Fieldstone Way, Lexington Kentucky 40513. Contact Cheryl Pan for more information.
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||KYCAA Summer Picnic
The KYCAA Summer Picnic will be on Saturday, Aug, 8 in the Fort Boones borough State Park, from 10:00am to 3:00pm. It is on the bank of the Kentucky River and has access to a "beach" area, where people can fish and kids can play in the sand. The association will provide free lunch, snacks and drinking water. You are encouraged to bring a special dish to share with fellow members. Contact Jie Chen for more information.
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||Out of China: Works by Zhu Legeng
The Ann Tower Gallery is honored to present the first US exhibition of one of China's most renowned ceramics artists, "Out of China: Works by Zhu Legeng". Friday, February 20, 2009 from 5 to 8 pm, and Mr. Zhu will be present. The exhibition will be on display through April 5, 2009.
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