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Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI)
Heritage Month Festival

Come celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with vendors, food trucks, and performances! Special performance by Filipino Poet Jason Bayani!

Co-Hosted by Chopsticks Alley Art and LEAD Filipino

  • Performances

  • Food

  • Vendors

5 pm Doors Open

7-8:30 pm Special performance by Jason Bayani, Locus of Control

9 pm Event Ends


Vendors and Sponsors:

If you would like to become a vendor or sponsor

Send an email to


Available at Olinder Elementary School located next to Olinder Community Center


About LEAD Filipino

We are Leadership, Education, Activism and Dialogue (L.E.A.D) Filipino (Inc.) is an incorporated charitable nonprofit cultural and educational organization driven by the hearts of students, adults, and families out of San José, California.

Since 2015, we have organized at the intersection of civic innovation, culturally responsive education, grassroots leadership development, and local economic development efforts. Rooted in our mission to increase the representation of Filipina/x/aoAmericans in public leadership, we create an environment for our members to engage in community-based campaigns, local cultural and educational programming, and statewide civil and human rights efforts.

For any questions, concerns, or accessibility needs, please get in touch with our team at

About Chopsticks Alley Art

Chopsticks Alley Art promotes Southeast Asian cultural heritage through the arts. We celebrate the cultural diversity of Southeast Asian contemporary art to foster greater understanding and connect communities.

We offer arts-based programs and classes, exhibits, and community events to create an engaging environment of celebration, learning, and support between our diverse, multi-generational communities.

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