Cambodian Community Press Release

               Home  |  Khmer Literacy  |  Khmer Dances  |  Khmer Links  |  Press Release  |  About Us  |  Contact Us


The cultural diversity in the Bay Area makes it one of the best places to live in the world. Cambodian-Americans are certainly significant pieces of that cultural tapestry. The preservation of the Cambodian culture is, therefore, vital. It is paramount not only to the collective community, but also to the Cambodian community, and the individual Cambodians themselves.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Cambodian New Year Festival 2010 - San Jose, California

The Cambodian-American community of Santa Clara County will celebrate its

25th Annual Cultural New Year,
year of the Tiger,
Saturday, April 10th, 2010 (5:30pm to midnight)
at the
Santa Clara County Fairgounds
Pavilion Hall - 344 Tully Rd. San Jose, CA 95111

We will be sponsoring this event for a fun evening of excitement. The celebration of "Khmer New Year" is a symbol to remind us of our culture and heritage. The Cambodian New Year Festival showcases the richness of Cambodian life in our community. The treasured folk culture and history of Cambodia delight the senses in colorful display of art, music, and dance.

This year, Cambodian New Year Festival 2010 Committee chaired by Miss Davy Chea and Miss Kara Uy, will bring us two parts of events. Part-I will feature Khmer Classical Dance & Folk Dances and Khmer School Children Play. Part-II, the social dance, will feature Starland Band, Ms Molyna, and Guest Singer Miss Laura Mam. Miss Laura Mam was the former student of Cambodian Cultural Dance Group of San Jose.

Cambodian Community of San Jose
Participating Groups serving the Cambodian community lend resources and volunteers to organize the the New Year event, including: The San Jose Cambodian Buddhist Society, Inc.| Cambodian American Resources Agency | Santa Clara County Cambodian Women's Association | Cambodian School | Cambodian Cultural Dance Group of San Jose | Active Community Members.

For more information
Please contact Miss Davy Chea at 408.667.4015 or Miss Kara Uy at 408.628.3898

For Posters

Download JPG | JPG in Zip (High Resolution) | PDF (low resolution)

Labels: ,