Sunday's Filipino Barrio Fiesta will honor Filipino American History Month, co-presented by Livermore Fil-Am. The event will feature youth music and dance performances, artifacts and script exhibited by Bayani Art and Kristian Kabuay, as well as a historical display by the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies, Filipino food, crafts and activities.
Diwali Festival of Lights will be held 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 20, honoring the holiday celebrated in India and throughout Southeast Asia. The event will feature lively and colorful Bollywood and classical Indian dances, as well as a storyteller who will capture the history and meaning of the holiday. There will be a craft area for children as well as booths offering Bollywood apparel, jewelry, diya decorations, and rangoli art.
In 2020, the cultural offerings will continue, with African-American Day on Jan. 11, Lunar New Year on Jan. 25 and Hispanic Heritage Day on May 9. For more information, visit lvpac.org.
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