VIETNAMESE CLASS SCHEDULE – SPRING 2017
Interested in an Adult Beginner 1 Class on Saturdays from 4-6pm?
Let us know at email@example.com! We need at least 8 students to make it happen.
Please note that Beginner 1 classes are NOT interchangeable (i.e. missing a Monday class and making it up on the Saturday class).
*Adjustment: Classes begin Saturday 2/11/17, Monday 2/13/17 and Wednesday 2/15/17.
Price is $325 for adults, $275 for kids. Register by 2/24/2017
Payment can be made through Paypal, look for Vietnamheritagecenter@gmail.com;
or please have check made out to “Vietnam Heritage Center” and mailed to:
Vietnam Heritage Center
C/o Thuy Q.Pham
225 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
The memo in Paypal or on the check should say “Spring 2017 Class”
VHC's Tết 2017 - Năm Đinh Dậu
Dear friends, family, supporters and volunteers of the Vietnam Heritage Center: Thank you very, very much for making VHC Tet 2017 a success! It was wonderful to have everyone enjoy the various arts&crafts stations, photo booth, mua performance, singers, and ao dai fashion show. Please feel free to post your own photos here and we will post some of ours shortly!
Thuy Q. Pham
Vietnam Heritage Center
P.S. Vietnamese Classes will start this Saturday! Please check the schedule to find when your class begins, as we have class on Monday and Wednesday evenings, too.
Moon Festival Event
For the third year, the Vietnam Heritage Center (VHC) successfully brought a Vietnamese-style Moon Festival to New York City. About 300 people visited Thomas Paine Park/Foley Squareon Saturday afternoon, Sept 18 to play traditional games, learn how to make lanterns and animal balloons, attend a folklore performance, and sample moon cakes.
Moon Festival is the second most popular festival in Vietnam, celebrating the harvest season. It is held on the full-moon day in the Lunar calendar (usually in August or September). The full moon represents prosperity of life.
“VHC is proud to present this Vietnamese holiday to the public, so that everyone can experience and enjoy the cultural games, food, and folklore,” said Thuy Q. Pham, Executive Director of the Vietnam Heritage Center…more
Vietnam Heritage Center (“VHC”) is a New York 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the rich history and traditions of Vietnam. VHC seeks to provide support for the Vietnamese immigrant community, while at the same time educating the general public and local community on Vietnamese language and culture. We strive to be a resource for all to learn about and celebrate Vietnamese lifestyle and customs.