Asian Pacific Heritage

Miyazaki Inspired Display

MiyazakiMay is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. To celebrate, North Channel has a front lobby display of Miyazaki inspired art. Hayao Miyazaki is a Japanese film director, animator, and manga artist. A popular title of Miyazaki is My Neighbor Totoro which tells the adventure of two girls and their interaction with forest spirits.

Time for the Lions!

Maud Marks Asian Pacific Heritage Festival is back and it's THIS Saturday!  Come from 1-4 for crafts, food, cooking demonstrations, bonsai, origami, dancing, and more!  Don't forget, be here by 3:30 for our ever popular Vietnamese Lion Dance.  Will the lions play with you this year?  We thank The Friends of the Maud Marks Library for sponsoring this event.

Asian-Pacific Festival This Saturday

Asia map courtesy of Clker.comLet the festivities begin! Our annual Asian-Pacific Festival features many Asian countries this year with music, crafts, and food. Don't miss it on Saturday, 5/07 from 1:00-3:30pm. 

Asian Pacific American Heritage Event Schedule

Don't miss this Saturday's events as we celebrate the cultures of Asians and Pacific Islanders.

  • 10:00 AM  Diyas Craft, Vietnamese Music & Bonsai
  • 11:00 AM  Japanese Tea Ceremony
  • 11:30 AM Cooking Demonstration
  • 12:00 PM  International Cafe
  • 12:30 PM  Japanese Calligraphy & Rangoli
  • 1:30 PM   Sushi Demonstration
  • 2:00 PM   Belly Dancing & Origami Demonstration
  • 2:30 PM   Mehndi Demonstration
  • 3:00 PM   Vietnamese Lion Dance

For more information, call the Maud Marks Branch at 281-492-8592. 

Play to Win

Three lucky people who compete in Parker Williams Library's Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Trivia Contest will win Barnes & Noble gift cards. Contest forms must be completed and returned by May 15. Forms are available at the library. Contestants can be any age.

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