Bahay Kubo Center invites you to our special 10-Year Anniversary benefit show, with our traditional Bisperas event. Reserve your tickets today! For more information and ticket orders, call (818) 832-1941.
We are very proud to showcase our very own Bahay Kubo students from our Learn Filipino Program and Filipino Martial Arts as they perform traditional folk art dances and martial arts on Saturday, November 5th. With special guests, the Harana Men’s Chorus and our our longtime partner, Cal State Northridge’s Filipino-American Students Association (FASA), this show is written and directed by the talented Annie Nepomuceno.
“Bisperas” is our culminating celebration of this year’s classes and activities. This also happens to be Bahay Kubo Center’s 10th Anniversary, so this is a very special event. We hope you will come spend this festive evening with us, to appreciate the rich culture and heritage of Filipino-Americans.
Doors Open at 5:00 PM for Exhibit viewing and Filipiniana shopping!
(Tickets are $20. All ticket sales benefit BKC’s Learn Filipino and Filipino Martial Arts Programs. Sponsorship packages available for our show program. For more information and to reserve tickets, please contact Myra at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
In August of 2011, we had the pleasure of joining the Parol Making Workshop held at our very own center along with Fil-Am Arts. Friends and family of all ages enjoyed this day of crafting parols of different shapes, colors and sizes. If you’ve never seen or made one of these before, or if you missed the last workshop, you’re in for a fun-filled treat! We are all invited to attend this great crafting experience on November 2nd and 15th. Please see flyer above for more information. You may also print the attached flyer.
The Fall 2013 session at Bahay Kubo Center is coming to a close. We will be having a
Culmination celebration for the students of the Learn Filipino Program
and Filipino Martial Arts this Saturday, November 2nd, from 11:00am to
1:00pm. We hope you can join us on this special day! Bring your friends
and family, too! Refreshments will be served. Attached is our flyer for
your reference. Please feel free to forward it on to your friends.
The Philippine Women’s National Soccer Team, “The Malditas”, will be coming to California to compete in the Inaugural LA Vikings Cup; and they are holding a FREE clinic at the Region 174 soccer fields in Granada Hills this Saturday, November 18th, 10:00am to 2:00pm!! (The soccer fields are located at 13100 Balboa Blvd., Granada Hills, CA 91344, on the property of the Metropolitan Water District.)
Come meet The Malditas!!
The clinic is FREE to all registered AYSO players in Areas 10V and 10S of all age divisions. Please R.S.V.P. to: email@example.com. Spaces are limited, so save your spot in the clinic now!
Hope to see you there!
Volunteers needed for this event! Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bahay Kubo Center is proud to invite you to watch “POPera” on Saturday, October 15th at the Ford Amphitheatre! Come support BKC’s very good friend and supporter, Annie Nepomuceno, who has been involved with BKC for several years, performing alongside an amazing cast at our show “Awit Ng Buhay (Music of Life)” at the Ford Amphitheatre in 2009. This will be an awesome show not to miss!
Title: POPera Location: Ford Amphitheatre Description: An evening of musical fusion with Jonathan Badon…
Featuring Annie Nepomuceno, Claire Rodriguez and Lianna Gutierrez.
You never know if or when you will be needing blood one day… So, pay it forward by DONATING BLOOD on Saturday, October 1st, from 10am to 4pm, at the Granada Hills Recreation Center (corner of Petit and Chatsworth St.) or at the North Valley Youth Sports Complex (just north of Woodley and Balboa, behind the DWP. Both locations are in Granada Hills and sponsored by the Granada Hills Rotary Club.
Many people depend on the life-saving availability of blood, for an operation or for on-going treatments. That blood comes from the kindness of volunteer donors all over the country. The need is so great that sometimes blood banks run dangerously short. And blood is expensive, costing hospitals more than $350 per pint. Luckily, healthy people can donate blood without any harm to themselves, as their bodies replace that blood within a couple of weeks. Repeat donors can donate every 56 days.
All blood donors will receive a free t-shirt, a free pancake breakfast (or lunch), a free Baskin-Robbins ice cream coupon and a free raffle ticket. The raffle grand prize will be a ride for two aboard the Goodyear Airship, and many other prizes! Hope to see you there!
We are just a few weeks away from another exciting workshop which we are hosting with one of our community partners, FilAm Arts, who has partnered with the Filipino Ministry Archdiocese of Los Angeles and Western Union to bring us this fun experience. We will be participating in the Filipino folk art of parol-making, and we welcome the community to share in this special activity with us. How often have you had the chance to make a parol? So, come join the fun!
The best thing about this event is that the parols that we’ll make will be part of the Parol Competition at the 20th Annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC) on September 10 and 11, 2011, and showcased in a parade at the Simbang Gabi evening mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels on December 15, 2011.
This workshop is FREE! So, register online to: www.filamarts.org before July 31st and be part of this great and exciting experience!
Halina kayo sa ating Bahay Kubo Center!
Title: Parol Ng Pinoy Workshop Location: Bahay Kubo Center Link out: http://www.filamarts.org/ Start Time: 10:30 Date: 2011-08-06 End Time: 14:30