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GNCA has postponed the “Year of the Sheep” Celebration to this coming Friday, February 27, 2015. Come and join us for Chinese Dinner and performances (lion dance, traditional music and dance) Raffle awards, Red envelops and activities for kids, vender and community resource displays.
Time: Feb. 27, 2015, Friday
Dinner: 5:00-7:00 pm; Performance: 7:30-9:30 pm
Location: Father Ryan High School, 700 Norwood Drive, Nashville, TN
Dinner & Show: $14.00 (adults and child 10 & up); $7.00 (5-9 yrs.); free (4 & under)
Raffle Ticket: $1.00 per ticket
Please reserve your tickets by Feb. 26 to avoid waiting in line on the day of the event.
Xiaoduan Fan / Yingchun Yu: email@example.com; Tel: 615-397-3233 / 615-424-1889
Time: Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 4:00-8:00 pm
Location: Brentwood Baptist Church Connection Center Hudson Hall
Address: 7777 Concord Road, Brentwood, TN, 37027
Ticket info: adult member $8 each, non member $10; children age 6-12 $5; children under 6 yrs free
For ticket and community fair booth purchase please contact:
The Dragon boat festival is one of the biggest Chinese celebrations of the year. GNCA would like to invite you to join us in the celebration. Please bring your family and friends to share the fun time and nice weather together. The lunch is potluck so please bring a family-size dish or dessert. We will hold this event in the park and provide traditional Dragon Boat Festival food – leaf rice for everyone. We will also have music, crafts and kids activitites available. We hope to see everyone there!
GNCA has established a new web site to list and promote community resources including local Chinese businesses, language schools, culture and art centers and charitable organizations. The web site also serves as the main channel to publicize holiday events and cultural activities to both Chinese and local communities. GNCA Fall Fair during the Moon festival Celebration in September is expected to draw thousands of people to learn about education, cultural, business and charitable resources in both Chinese and local communities in the Middle Tennessee area. News release and media coverage will be available for all GNCA events.