Autumn Moon Cultural Performances

Celebrate the Autumn Moon Festival with performances from local groups. All performances will take place on the terrace over looking Lake Zither.

Included free with garden admission or membership; no registration is required.

Saturday, September 30

Sunday, October 1

About the Presenters

The Chinese Friendship Association of Portland is a non-profit and community-based organization dedicated to serving the interests and needs of the large Chinese community in the Portland metro area to enrich their personal and professional lives.

Oregon Hope Chinese School (OHCS) is an Oregon state and IRS-recognized public benefit nonprofit organization that was founded by a group of professional educators and parents in 2005. Our mission is to teach the community about Chinese language (Mandarin, using Pinyin and simplified characters), culture, and heritage, without discriminating based on race, color, religion, or national origin. Children as young as two and half years old can enroll and learn Chinese. Dedicated educators make learning Mandarin fun, entertaining, and educational for your child. OHCS provides Saturday Chinese lessons, Chinese Preschool and Kindergarten, Summer Camp and After-School Chinese. OHCS also initiated Hope Chinese Charter School, a public K-8 charter school.

The Portland Chinese School Yo-Yo Team performs at many events in and around Portland. The Chinese yo-yo, also known as "pulling bell", is an old toy first documented in a Song dynasty book. Chinese yo-yo is a type of palace art, which uses two small handles one in each hand pulling the strings to roll around the axis of the yo-yo.

The Village Sound of Spring Ensemble was formed as a nonprofit organization in 2008 by a group of Chinese amateur singers. Trained and led by Soprano Li Chun Xiang, the group promotes philanthropy, diversity, and community enrichment through the art of singing. They have successfully hosted and participated in many community events including concerts for charity, Chinese New Year, and the National Day of the PRC. Performing throughout the Portland Metropolitan Area, The Village Sound of Spring captures the charm and beauty found in classic and folk songs from China.

Plan Your Visit

Lan Su Chinese Garden offers infinite paths to discovery, whether you are a visitor simply taking in the beauty of the garden for the first time or a member who comes back day after day to sip tea in the teahouse.  One visit just isn’t enough to take in the depth and abundance of experiences. Lan Su is ever-changing—by the minute, by the hour, and with the seasons. Learn more and plan your visit today.

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