Highlights of Upcoming Artists Embassy International Events
For further information and additional activities, please contact Natica at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our schedule is always having new and exciting events added to it. Don’t miss out on the artistic opportunities.
Listed events are put on by AEI or are produced/directed by other organizations that promote the ideals of AEI and have AEI members who are participating in the organization of the event.
Ongoing: Monday and Thursday evenings: dance classes and rehearsals of three dance troupes associated with AEI. For information, please call Natica at 510-235-0361.
December 20: Noon to 2:00, Annual AEI Board Meeting and pot luck lunch at Judy Hardin Cheung's house, 704 Brigham Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404. All AEI board and members welcome. RSVP email@example.com
February 18, Sunday: Chinese New Year Celebration and Fundraiser presented by the Redwood Empire Chinese Association in the Santa Rosa, CA, Vet's Memorial Building, 5:00-9:00 p.m. For information and tickets, please contact Judy Cheung, firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 7-9 Rakkasah Middle Eastern Dance Festival and Bazaar, Centre Concord, 5298 Clayton Rd., Concord, CA. For more information and tickets, please visit www.rakkasah.com.
AprilTBA: Poets Dinner 11:30-3:00, Zio Fraedo's Restaurant, 611 Gregory Lane, Pleasant Hill. Richard and Natica Angilly are on the planning committee. Judy Cheung is head of the decorations committee.
April: Earth Day Celebration at Quarryhill Oriental Botanical Garden, 12841 Sonoma Highway, Glen Ellen, CA 95442. Judy Cheung will be there with dragon dancers and an Adult Chorus that will perform about 1:00. For more information, please visit www.quarryhillbg.org.
April15:received by date for Dancing Poetry entries for our big contest with 3 Grand Prize winners that will be danced at the Dancing Poetry Festival. Over 50 cash prizes will be given. For more information on how to enter and what we are looking for, please visit check the tabs for previous Dancing Poetry Festivals.
July 16-20: Children's Chinese Culture Camp: for children 5-12. Limit 20 campers. Redwood Empire Chinese Association Center, 3455 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95407. Judy Cheung is one of the camp coordinators. For information please visit www.recacenter.org or call Judy at 707-528-0912.
July, 2018: 25th World Congress of Poets presented by United Poets Laureate International, Bangkok, Thailand. Please visit www.upli-wcp.org. Judy Cheung is president of the 24th World Congress of Poets. Natica and Richard Angilly, with the Poetic Dance Theater Company will be assisting in the coordination and running of this world-wide event.
August 11: Multi-Cultural Poetry Reading and Pot Luck Lunch sponsored by AEI, RECA and Poets of the Vineyard, at the RECA Center, 3455 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95407. For photos of past MultiCultural Readings, please look at the Multicultural Poetry tab. For information and RSVP, please contact Judy Cheung at email@example.com.
October 12-14: Rakkasah East, Ukranian Ceter, 135 Davison Ave., Somerset, NJ 08873. For more information, please visit www.rakkasah.com.
December 2018: TBA Annual meeting. All members welcome.