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2019 Sawtelle Japantown Cultural Community Halloween Ondo Costume Party in West Los AngelesNewly Listed

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Date: Saturday, 26 October, 2019       Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Nora Sterry Elementary School
1730 Corinth Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Phone: (310) 473-2172
Website: Click to Visit

FREE Sawtelle Japantown Cultural Community Halloween Ondo Costume Party hosted by The Little Tokyo Dance Club - Taking the show on the road to West Los Angeles...

Come join us on Saturday October 26, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at Nora Sterry Elementary School located at 1730 Corinth Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90025 in West Los Angeles. The party is for all ages and all welcome to attend. This is a KID friendly event. This is a FREE Community EVENT. ALL Welcome to attend. Please share with family and friends.

The party will start off with the first of two "Costume Parade" at 11:15 AM, Trick or Treating at 12 PM and a 2nd Costume Parade at 12:30 PM. Games, contests, music and entertainment throughout the event, all free.

FREE snacks, drinks and finger foods for all to enjoy during the event. For those who would like to help and contribute please feel free to bring candy for trick or treating and snack foods to share. Thank you for sharing. Spirit, Culture, Community, Fun, Halloween, an event not to be missed.

The party will also include a Public Ondo, Japanese festival folk dancing that is as fun to join in and dance as it is to watch dancers dance in the spirit of culture & community. Public Ondo dance will be a mix of Traditional Ondo, Pop Ondo and a few “surprises.” Public Ondo will begin at 1:00 PM.

Come anytime between 11 AM and 3 PM for a festive Halloween themed Cultural Community Event. This event is for ALL Ages and ALL are Welcome to Attend. Come in a costume, come with your temple, church or organization hapi coat, come in yukata, kimono, jenbei or just as you are. Feel free to invite others.

October 26, 2019

11:00 am - 3:00 pm


Saturday, 26 October, 2019

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