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Thursday, Sept. 15 2015, 6:30-8:30pm: Asian Cultural Center of Vermont (ACCVT) presents the 18th Annual

Mid-Autumn Moon Festival

(Zhongqiu Jie / Chuseok / Tet Trung Thu) which is celebrated in China, Korea, and Vietnam. After Lunar New Year, the second most important festival of the year. This is a traditional time for families to gather and give thanks for the harvest and for harmonious unions. Offerings may be made to Chang’e, the Moon Goddess of Immortality. This is the festival for carrying lanterns and sharing mooncakes (and other refreshments). Come celebrate this harvest festival with crafts, stories, songs, food, t’ai chi, martial arts, and the rope tug. Then watch the harvest moon rise. The celebration starts with a potluck – bring something to share. Location: Kiwanis Shelter atop Memorial Park Drive, Brattleboro, VT. Rain or shine, this is a free event for all ages. Donations for ACCVT, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational agency are appreciated to help defray the cost of event coordination and space rental. For more information text (802) 579-9088 or call (802) 257-7898
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