Vietnamese Children Moon Festival

Come celebrate the Vietnamese Children Moon Festival with us this Saturday, featuring traditional lion dances, colourful lanterns and fun for all ages.
The Children Moon Festival (also known as Tet Trung Thu) is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, when the moon is at its fullest. This Festival aims to promote the Vietnamese culture such as its food, music, art, especially towards the non-Vietnamese community.
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Date: Saturday, 26th September 2015

Time: 5.30pm to late

Venue: Inala Civic Centre car park

Inala Community House will also be participating the Festival by offering free face-painting and helium balloons. There will also be a variety of games, rides and stalls to keep everyone entertained.
One of the major Festival highlights would be the moon cake – a traditional pastry made from lotus seeds, glutinous rice, ground mung beans, some nuts, Chinese sausage and egg yolk. You can savour this unique delicacy on your own, or share a slice each with family and friends.
Entry is free and 1000 free lanterns will be given away to children.
See you there!