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Tiburon's inaugural Asian American, Pacific Islander fest is May 18

Tiburon’s inaugural celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures will feature music, martial-arts performances, lion and Hawaiian dancers and family-friendly crafts while also providing attendees the opportunity to learn more about the local history of the Angel Island Immigration Station.

 

The free festival runs 2-4 p.m. May 18 at Zelinsky Park, behind the Belvedere-Tiburon Library and Tiburon Town Hall.

 

The event, which takes place during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, is sponsored by the town’s Diversity Inclusion Task Force and is being organized by Tiburon residents Albert Yu and Anne Marie Siu Yuan.


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