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C-ID Virtual Night Market, October 1st, 6-7pm

September 29, 2020

C-ID Virtual Night Market, October 1st, 6-7pm

This event has passed, but lives on in this link, here.

Virtual Night Market? You bet! Tune in on Facebook Live, Thursday, October 1st, 6-7pm. Lantern making (purchase the kit through KOBO or participating Japantown businesses), watch cooking and cocktail demos, and more! 

For a schedule of activities, please go to the Seattle Chinatown-International District Neighborhood website and scroll to the bottom of the page for details [link].

From the C-ID Night Market FB Event page: [link]
Save the date for our C-ID Virtual Night Market, Thursday October 1st, in celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋節)! We’re planning lots of fun & interactive programming, demos, and activities for you to participate in, of course in a non-traditional format compared to our original Night Market.

We hope you'll tune in with us! Be sure to RSVP for more details to follow, such as the FB Live on Oct 1, as well as information we'll be releasing on the collaborations with neighborhood businesses!

If you can, please consider donating to the CIDBIA so we can continue our work to support C-ID businesses: https://cidbia.org/chinatown-id-donation/

The Lantern Kit is available in our online store and ready for pickup on Thursday, October 1st at KOBO at Higo in Japantown and participating businesses. 





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