Open to the public since 1980, the Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival has been organized by the Asian Pacific American Society to showcase the many cultures in our community. The annual festival has partnered with local businesses, from the Audubon Zoo to most recently the French Market. It continues to be a stage for fashion, martial arts, dance, music, and delicious cuisine today.
Special thanks to Mrs. Sun Kim for the above photograph.
Interested in being part of the upcoming festival? Performers, vendors, and communities are welcome to share our diverse cultures!
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Want to volunteer in the festival or other APAS events? Let us know!
APAS is excited to be partnering with the French Market for the 2023 Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival. This free, fun-filled, family friendly festival will be a celebration of Asian Pacific American Islander Heritage Month with delicious cuisines, cultural performances, and community representatives. Come join the festivities and enjoy the many aspects of our APAS communities Saturday, May 13th in the French Market.
All friends of APAS are invited!
Much appreciation to all our volunteers and the French Market for making the Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival possible. We value each and everyone one of you, as well as our performers, vendors, and community representatives. Thank you to the 2023 participants.
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