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Community Garden Celebrates Chinese Moon Festival

  • Subject: [cg] Community Garden Celebrates Chinese Moon Festival
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 17:01:22 EDT

Life Goes on in NYC: A Chinese Moon Festival on September 11, 2003

Subj: CYBERPARK: Community Garden Celebrates Chinese Moon Festival
Date: 8/29/03 4:15:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: mkgarden@yahoo.com
Reply-to: cyberpark@treebranch.com
To: cyberpark@treebranch.com
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News from the CYBERPARK mailing list (cyberpark@treebranch.com)
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Chinese Moon Festival Celebration in Lower East Side Community Garden!!!

When:
Two events scheduled:
-Lantern making and storytelling for children – Sunday, Sept. 7th 3PM –
5PM
-Main Moon festival – Thursday, Sept. 11th. 6:30PM – 9PM
Cost:  FREE

Where:   M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden
Located in the Sara Roosevelt Park (Manhattan)
Rivington Street Crosswalk, between Forsyth and Chrystie Streets
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Please join our community in celebrating the traditional Chinese
holiday known as the Moon Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, or the Lantern
Festival. M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden invites you spend time in
our garden on the 15th lunar day of the 8th lunar month of the Chinese
Calendar, to honor this centuries-old traditional holiday of
remembrance, family, bountiful harvest, and of course, Moon-gazing.

The holiday’s roots can be found in several traditional stories and
myths, some of which we will share in the lantern-making event for kids
scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 7th.

Main event:
September 11th:  Gates open 6:30PM, festival ends at 9PM.

For further information, please call 212-479-0880, or email
mkgarden@yahoo.com

Directions:  
Subway:  F/V train to 2nd Avenue, walk south to Rivington St. 
Crosswalk,  between Crystie and Forsyth Streets

Bus:  M103 to Bowery and Prince Street.  Walk one block south to
Rivington, and 1 1/2 blocks east to Rivington.

This event has been made possible by a New Neighborhood Partners Grant
of the Citizens for NYC, in partnership with Deutch Bank;   The Bowery
Rescue Committee; and GreenThumb.


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  • Subject: CYBERPARK: Community Garden Celebrates Chinese Moon Festival
  • From: "M'Finda Kalunga Community Garden" mkgarden@yahoo.com
  • Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 21:52:16 -0400
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News from the CYBERPARK mailing list (cyberpark@treebranch.com)
------------------------------------------------------------

Chinese Moon Festival Celebration in Lower East Side Community Garden!!!

When:
Two events scheduled:
-Lantern making and storytelling for children – Sunday, Sept. 7th 3PM – 5PM
-Main Moon festival – Thursday, Sept. 11th. 6:30PM – 9PM
Cost: FREE

Where: M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden
Located in the Sara Roosevelt Park (Manhattan)
Rivington Street Crosswalk, between Forsyth and Chrystie Streets
===========================
Please join our community in celebrating the traditional Chinese holiday known as the Moon Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, or the Lantern Festival. M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden invites you spend time in our garden on the 15th lunar day of the 8th lunar month of the Chinese Calendar, to honor this centuries-old traditional holiday of remembrance, family, bountiful harvest, and of course, Moon-gazing.

The holiday’s roots can be found in several traditional stories and myths, some of which we will share in the lantern-making event for kids scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 7th.

Main event:
September 11th: Gates open 6:30PM, festival ends at 9PM.

For further information, please call 212-479-0880, or email mkgarden@yahoo.com

Directions: Subway: F/V train to 2nd Avenue, walk south to Rivington St. Crosswalk, between Crystie and Forsyth Streets

Bus: M103 to Bowery and Prince Street. Walk one block south to Rivington, and 1 1/2 blocks east to Rivington.

This event has been made possible by a New Neighborhood Partners Grant of the Citizens for NYC, in partnership with Deutch Bank; The Bowery Rescue Committee; and GreenThumb.



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