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Somos Seattle
Seattle, WA
WE ARE BACK!
—- 4th Seattle Latinx Pride Festival —-
Everyone is invited free event!
Let’s celebrate our LGBTQ and Latino/a/x identities.
ENTERTAINMENT, DANCING, FOOD, COMMUNITY RESOURCES/VENDORS & MUCH MORE!
Share &Invite ALL your friends!
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Evento GRATIS!
Acompañanos en el cuarto festival del Orgullo LGBTQ Latino!
Sábado 16 de Julio 5-10 pm.
Ven celebrar el orgullo de la comunidad Gay, Lesbiana, Bi, Trans Latina.
ENTRETENIMIENTO, BAILE, COMIDA, BEBIDAS, RECURSOS COMUNITARIOS Y MUCHO MAS!
Pasa la voz e invita a más personas.
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Nordic Northwest
Junction City, OR

Join in on this special bus trip to the 61st Annual Junction City Scandinavian Festival. You will find all of the Scandinavian food, vendors, history, and costumes that you could ever want at the traditional and festive event.  

There will be demonstrations of blacksmithing, spinning, knitting and traditional embroidery. Enjoy Scandinavian storytelling, take home your own cooking tips or pick up some dance steps.

To learn more about Junction City Scandinavian Festival follow this link: https://junctioncityscandia.org/

An optional addition: For an additional $15, you can join in on an extra excursion to Pfeiffer Winery.

The bus will leave Junction City at 2pm for the tasting and arrive back to Junction City at 4pm.

To learn more about Pfeiffer Winery follow this link: https://pfeifferwinery.com/

Trip Itinerary

9:30am – Meet at Nordic Northwest

10:00am – Bus leaves Portland

12:00pm – Arrive at Junction City Scandinavian Festival

2:00pm – Board bus for Pfeiffer Winery (an optional tasting for $15)

2:30pm – Arrive at Pfeiffer Winery

4:00pm – Board bus for Junction City Scandinavian Festival

7:45pm – Board bus for Portland

Refunds: All tickets are final sale and non-refundable.

Parking: We encourage guests to use public transportation or ride-sharing services. Our 50-space parking lot is open on a first come, first-served, basis and limited street parking is available on SW 89th & 90th Avenues.

Accessibility: Nordia House has two accessible parking spots in our main lot facing SW Oleson Rd. Both the main entrance facing SW Oleson Rd. and our side entrance facing SW Taylors Ferry Rd. are wheelchair accessible. All restrooms have accessible stalls but no power doors. We will do our best to accommodate your needs upon arrival. Please call 503-977-0275 or email info@nordicnorthwest.org to arrange further assistance.

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Portland Mercado
Portland, OR
Portland Mercado’s Taste of Latin America is back and better than ever with vendors, makers, and musicians representing over 12+ countries across central and South America!
Taste your way across the flavors of Latin America and join us for a fun-filled celebration that celebrates our culture.
Line up and vendors to be announced soon!
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Tulalip Tribes
Tulalip Bay , WA

All are welcome to attend, especially our LGBTQ+, Two Spirit/At’k’eanen community, our friends, family, tribal members, and allies!

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Friends of Little Saigon
Seattle, WA

Join us in Little Saigon for our 11th annual neighborhood block party celebrating Vietnamese food, culture, and community!

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Makah Tribe
Neah Bay, WA
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Northwest African American Museum (NAAM)
Seattle, WA

To celebrate the 100th centennial anniversary of Garfield High School, NAAM serve as a community partner and have a Knowledge is Power table featuring 100 books to gift to children and young adults of ages.

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Makah Tribe
Neah Bay, WA
Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery
Seattle, WA
Asia Pacific Cultural Center
Tacoma, WA

Welcome to Asia Pacific Cultural Center’s 25th Annual Polynesian Luau, Saturday, August 27th from 3 to 6 p.m.

As APCC’s only fundraiser of the year, the annual Polynesian Luau has always been an important way for us to connect with the community. We take pride in sharing with you what makes our organization special and worth supporting with your hearts and with your donations. Your support means that programs like our PLOT Youth Program, our Cultural Program, our Outreach Programs, and all our other wonderful programming will continue throughout the year.

We are excited to bring this year’s Luau with special performances to celebrate 25 years of delicious island foods, local vendors, and the gathering of our family and friends.

Beautiful Polynesian music and dance from the islands of Fiji, Tahiti, Tonga, Hawaii, New Zealand, Samoa, Guam

Fun and exciting door prizes. (Including an Alaska Airlines ticket voucher!)

And, of course, an APCC Luau spectacular fire knife dance.

Delicious Island Menu:

Roasted Pig

Sapasui -Chop Suey

Coconut Salmon

Teriyaki Chicken

Island Salad

Tropical Fruits

Please note: APCC will strictly adhere to the current Covid-19 restrictions of Pierce County and Washington state.

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Makah Tribe
Neah Bay, WA
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Seattle Center Festál
Seattle, WA

Seattle Center Festál presents Hmong New Year Celebration in partnership with Hmong Association of Washington (HAW). The festival celebrates the end of the harvest season with intricate clothing, dance, food, and more.

HISTORY

The Hmong people are an ethnic group who have maintained their own language, customs and ways of life, while adopting the ways of the country they live in, since the Hmong do not have a country of their own. The Hmong New Year Celebration was created to give thanks to ancestors and welcome a new beginning. This is the biggest festive holiday celebrated where Hmong communities exist. Traditionally, this celebration lasts for ten days, but has been shortened in the U.S. Everyone dresses in traditional Hmong clothing and enjoy traditional food, dance and music. One very popular part of the Hmong New Year is, ‘Pov Pob’ tossing ball between two people, a form of courtship.

 

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