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2017 Skid Row-Kyo Cherry Blossom Festival at Centenary (Music, Ondo Dance, Entertainment & DTLA/Little Tokyo Largest Flee Market)

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Date: Saturday, 1 April, 2017       Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
This Event is 1 Day.
Los Angeles - Centenary United Methodist Church
300 S Central Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Phone: (213) 617-9097
Location Website: Click to Visit

On Saturday April 1, 2017 Centenary is hosting the 2017 Skid Row-Kyo Cherry Blossom Festival.  This is a free event and all are welcome.  Come join in the spirit of culture and community.  The festival will have music, dance, entertainment and DTLA/Little Tokyo largest Flee Market with community neighbors selling new, 2nd hand, collectables, hand craft, boutique, art, too much to list…

April 1, 2017

Skid Row-Kyo (pronounced "skid – row – kee - oh") refers to the location where Little Tokyo, the Artist District and Skidrow intersects.  Centenary located at 300 S. Central Ave.  LA  90013 is the heart of "Skid Row-Kyo."  This is a "Rain or Shine" Indoor/Outdoor event.  Entrance will be via our 3rd Street side of Centenary's property.  Limited pay parking will be available on site at the event. 

Skid Row-Kyo Mission:  Help us help others.  On the day of the Festival we are collecting clean blankets and bottled water for our neighbors of Skidrow.  On the day of the Festival drop off any clean blankets and any size bottled water.  Blankets and water will be directly distributed to our neighbors on the streets

For more information in regards to the festival or if you wish to participate in the festival please contact Wesley Nishinaka at skidrowkyo@gmail.com.

All welcome, please share with family and friends…

For more information on the Skid Row-Kyo Mission or if you wish to join our mission register on the Skid Row-Kyo website:  www.skidrow-kyo.org or follow us on Facebook:  skid row-kyo or skid row-kyo mission. 

Skid Row-kyo Mission – Non religious, non profit fellowship group based out of Centenary United Methodist Church in Little Tokyo (Downtown Los Angeles.) "Skid Row-kyo" refers to the section of Downtown Los Angeles where the "Spirit and Culture" of Little Tokyo, the "Creativity, Imagination and Inspiration" of the Artist District and the "Compassion and Humanity" of Los Angeles's Skid Row District intersect bringing the three community's together in harmony, solidarity and unity. Skid Row-kyo is a home to Odori/Ondo Dancing, Japanese Minyo (folk) Dancing, Taiko Drumming, Karate Dojo, Japanese Tea Ceremony, The Little Tokyo Dance Club and a gathering place for Little Tokyo Community groups and organizations. Skid Row-kyo is a place where local Artists can show their work, Thespians can perform and local Musicians can share their music with the community. Skid Row-kyo is a place where brothers and sisters of this earth share with those less fortunate and those in despair living "homeless" in Skid Row. Life giving water and blankets/clothing collected and distributed to neighbors in need. Skid Row-kyo Mission bringing people together, promoting the arts and helping those in need driven by the spirit of culture and community.

Skid Row-kyo Mission - Charitable services, namely, organizing and conducting volunteer programs and community service projects aimed at increasing support and morale of members of the Skid Row and Little Tokyo neighborhoods of Los Angeles; Charitable services, namely, organizing programs to undertake projects to benefit the needy and the community to encourage leadership, character, compassion, and good citizenship; Charitable services, namely, promoting public awareness of socio-economic issues in the Skid Row and Tokyo neighborhoods of Los Angeles; Association services, namely, promoting public awareness of the importance of arts and culture in building a sense of community…

Saturday, 1 April, 2017


wesley nishinaka

Phone: (213) 359-7755
Location Website: Click to Visit




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