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2019 Annual Watsonville Buddhist Temple Annual Summer Obon Festival (Sunday) Japanese Food, Farmers Market, Japanese Performances, Taiko, Koto, etc.. Newly Listed

Date: Sunday, 21 July, 2019       Time: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Watsonville Buddhist Temple
423 Bridge Street
Watsonville, CA 95076

Phone: (831) 724-7860
Website: Click to Visit

Watsonville Obon Festival will have food, fun, and games. Obon is a time of joyous celebration and gratitude to the generations who went before us and gave us the gift of life. The highlight of the day is colorful dancing in which the community is invited to participate. Dance practice is held Monday and Wednesday evenings starting mid-June.

Obon is a time of joyous celebration and gratitude to the generations who went before us and gave us the gift of life. The highlight of the day is colorful dancing in which the community is invited to participate. Dance practice is held Monday and Wednesday evenings starting mid-June. Everyone is welcome. Click the photo to see more of Obon. Watsonville Obon Festival is held in July.

The public is welcome, this is a free event.

Obon Festival Date
July 21, 2019, Sunday

Obon Festival Time
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Bon Odori Time
4:00 pm - Dancing

Festival Food & Fun
Games for kids
Entertainment
Farmers' Market
Raffle
Silent Auction
Koto
Sushi, udon, noodles, teriyaki chicken, beef skewers, curry rice, etc.

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Obon Dance Practice Dates: Click Here

Monday and Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Starting late-June
Watsonville Temple Odori practice is on Monday and Wednesday nights from 7 pm Beginning June

Mon, June 17th 7:00 pm (not confirmed)
Wed, June 19th 7:00 pm
Mon, June 24th 7:00 pm
Wed, June 26th 7:00 pm

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Celebrate Japanese Culture food, performances, and dancing.
(Please always confirm date & times, the schedule could change)

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Obon Festival Location
Watsonville Buddhist Temple 423 Bridge Street, Watsonville, CA 95076 

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nnual Watsonville Buddhist Temple Annual Summer Obon Festival (Sunday) Japanese Food, Farmers Market, Japanese Performances, Taiko, Koto, etc.. 

 

Sunday, 21 July, 2019

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Watsonville Buddhist Temple

Phone: (831) 724-7860
Website: Click to Visit

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