Kommunity Kulintang to Feature Pangalay Dance in February

The Manilatown Heritage Foundation in collaboration with Kapwa presents
Kommunity Kulintang
Saturday, February 8th from 2-4pm

A short performance will lead to a Pangalay dance workshop followed by a community jam session.  Participants will learn basic music rhythms and dance steps and practice their learning at the jam session where they will be joined by experienced kulintang artists.  All ages and levels are welcome.  Families are especially encouraged to attend together.  The intention of this workshop is to provide absolute beginners with a welcoming space to explore and ask questions and provide experienced kulintang artists an opportunity to “practice their chops”.

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Suggested Donation: $12 ($7 under 18 and over 60 years of age), includes Merienda
50% of the workshop proceeds will be donated to the I-Hotel Manilatown Center

2pm:               Merienda & Marketplace
2:30pm:         Performance
3:00pm:         Interactive Session
3:30pm:         Community Jam Session

Marketplace Vendors:

  • Kulintang Friends of the Bay Area will be offering a different selection of collectible Filipiniana each month.
    February offerings: rare, vintage Kamagong (ironwood) items and hard-to-find vintage/antique books
  • ON Aesthetics will be offering organic virgin coconut oil-based locally hand crafted skincare products

Located in San Francisco’s North Beach/Chinatown neighborhood, the I-Hotel Manilatown Center sits in the heart of the city’s original Manilatown and is the actual historical site of the city’s largest tenants’ rights struggle. The I-Hotel Manilatown Center is located in two of the best dining areas of the City, and is within walking distance of several parking lots and public transportation.  The space is safe, modern, clean and family-friendly.

Portsmouth Square 24-Hour Parking Lot: 733 Kearny Street, San Francisco CA 94108
Public Transportation: MUNI 8X Bus stops right in front of the I-Hotel Manilatown Center and it is a 15-minute walk from the Montgomery BART/MUNI Station.

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