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when: Nov 18, 2017 at noon to 5 p.m.
where: Puyallup, Karshner Museum and Center for Culture and Arts, 309 4th St. N.E., Puyallup , Wa
On November 18, 2017 the Karshner Museum and Center for Culture and Arts will partner with Asia Pacific Cultural Center to present a free culture and arts festival. Performances from groups from Tahiti, New Zealand, Cook Island, Korea, Okinawa, Cambodia and Samoa, Fiji and Tonga will be featured. Plus, learn about the cultures, music and dances as these groups perform traditional songs, tell stories through their arts and demonstrate karate.
In addition, a number of arts demonstrations and workshops will be under way all day, including calligraphy, paper folding, hands-on activities from the Marshall Islands and Northern Mariana Island. See beautiful traditional dress and learn a few dances and moves along the way. There will also be scroll book making, shadow puppets and a display of artifacts and tattoo showing from Samoa.
A food truck will be present to serve food and the festival and The Karshner Museum will have an exhibit of some of their artifacts from Asia and the Pacific on display. A fun day with something for everybody.