Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration 2013

A not-to-be-missed cultural event in Singapore.

Commonly known as Mooncake or Lantern Festival, Mid-autumn Festival is one of the most important festivals in Chinese calendar, it is a joyous time for family reunion to celebrate and revisit traditions together. This event engages not only Chinese community but also other ethnic groups, enriching and preserving tradition and heritage through various festive celebrations.

Come and celebrate this cultural event with friends, family and allies of LGBTQ community. Learn about the history, stories, poets, traditions of the festival. We are planning for a lantern walkabout if the weather is good.

Date: 14 September, Saturday
Door open: 6.00pm onwards
Dinner: 6.30pm sharp
Venue: The Garden Slug
55 Lorong L Telok Kurau
#01-59/61 Bright Centre S(425500)
Map link: http://thegardenslug.com/contact.html
Nearest Mrt station: Eunos

Dinner: Special mooncake festival dinner set with welcome drink (No pork, no lard)
Cost: $15 nett for adult; $10 nett for student. GST & service charge waived. (U.P @ $30 per pax)

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This is an inclusive event, everyone is welcome.

Registration will be closed on 12 Sep or when seats are filled.

You may register via email to myevent.move@gmail.com or simply sms/whatsapp Andrew at 9011 3220 with your name, hp number and dietary requirements (if any).

This event is unitedly brought to you by The Garden Slug, The Purple Alliance, and MOVE Community.

http://thegardenslug.com/
http://thepurplealliance.com/

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