Friday, September 24, 2010
EXPERIENCE KOREAN HARVEST FESTIVAL, CHUSEOK!
The Korean American Women Artists and Writers Association (KAWAWA) will be
hosting a Korean Chuseok Festival from September 30 - October 2, 2010. Chuseok is one
of Korea’s most largely celebrated holidays, when families and friends gather to share
food and enjoy their time together, giving thanks to their ancestors for the year’s bountiful
harvests. KAWAWA invites you to join the Bay Area’s Korean American community and
participate in this fun fall festival. KAWAWA is an incubating space for individuals and
groups, who draw their inspiration from their community environment and grow through
the creative process. Get engaged in traditional Korean Chuseok rituals and be a part of
creating new Korean American traditions during this three-day event. Programs include
activities and entertainment for all ages.
Other KAWAWA Chuseok events include the KAWAWA youth presenting interactive fan dance
demonstration at the Asian Art Museum on September 19th from 1-2 pm, and hosting a Chuseok Tea Ceremony on September 22nd from 2-4 pm at Martin Luther King/Marcus Garvey Square.
DATES: September 30-October 2, 2010
LOCATION: Korean American Community Center (745 Buchanan Street. San Francisco)
Greetings to Ancestors Day: 3pm-7pm
Charye ( Ancestor greetings), poetry reading, songpyeon (rice cake) making.
Senior Citizens Day: 12pm-8pm
Tea Ceremony, Hanbok Experience, Korean Name, Health work shop for senior
citizens, Beolcho (Community Center clean-up), Chuseok giftbag for senior
citizens, Korean Dance, Korean Movie.
Youth Day: 1pm-5pm
Chuseok Station: Hip Hop & Kimbap, Hangul (Korean language) Bingo,
Art and Crafts, Ganggangsullae (Korean line dance)
Event co-sponsored by San Francisco State University’s Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University Korean Student Association, Korean-American Association of San Francisco & Bay Area, Korean American Senior Service, Inc. The Association of Korean Adoptees of San Francisco (AKASF)
745 Buchanan Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (415) 252-5828 Fax: (251) 252-5827 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.kawawa.org