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Korean Armenian Festival in Los Angeles Featured

Korean Armenian Festival in Los Angeles

Talents, culinary feasts, music, and traditions of two vibrant and historical peoples will come together this fall for a unique event.

The 1st Annual Korean Armenian Festival is slated to take place on Saturday September 15 through Sunday September 16, 2012. The two day affair will take place at Crescenta Valley Park and promises to be a fun filled day for families and children of all ages.

Entertainment will include traditional musical bands, children's choirs, carnival games, and various other activities. Traditional Armenian and Korean cuisine will available throughout the fair.

In hopes to advance growing cultural ties between the Korean American and Armenian American communities, a group of creative and enthusiastic individuals have come together to plan the first ever joint cultural event. The Festival committee is comprised of members from both the Armenian and Korean communities, many of whom are veteran event planners with years of experience in organizing fairs, festivals, dances, fundraisers and extraordinary cultural events.

Is planned choir and dance performances, games and rides for young children, and barbeque competitions.

The Korean Armenian Festival is co-sponsored by the Los Angeles County Department Parks & Recreation 5th Supervisorial District, Supervisor Michael Antonovich. It is also supported by local businesses, the Crescenta Valley Town Council, and various non-profit organizations. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the Crescenta Valley Town Council Scholars Fund and the Firehouse Community and Youth Center of La Crescenta. Community members are urged to visit the Korean Armenian Festival's facebook page for weekly updates, vendor opportunities and exciting news: http://www.facebook.com/#!/CVKoreanArmenianFestival.

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