Dragon Lion Dance Festival

Dragon Lion Dance Festival

Great Event for all ages - filled with fruitful entertainment and delicious foods, you will experience the magnificent parade of the Chinese Dragon & Lion Dance, Kung Fu Panda, Tai Chi and martial arts, array of Chinese style art performances. There will be kids areas, where children can enjoy free play time, as well as free dancing and martial art demonstrations for you to explore! Don't miss this once a year event for enjoying the great summer weekend and exploring Chinese tradition, culture, arts and foods!

Saturday, September 21, 2019 - 10:00am to 9:00pm
Free Event
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Weidong Gui
Event Contact
647-381-1899
Weidong Gui
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647-381-1899

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