AHSC E-Newsletter: Issue 1  ? Mark Your Calendars! 
April 22, 2015
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The Asian Heritage Street Celebration is a project of the Oakland Asian Cultural Center. www.asianfairsf.com
VENDORS 
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PERFORMERS
Looking for a stage to share your talents? Sign up here!
VOLUNTEERS
Please register with our online form to be a volunteer at this year's AHSC.
http://asianfairsf.com/fair-info/volunteer/
For sponsorship information, contact:
Susie Kagami 
susiekagami@oacc.cc

For media & advertising information, contact:
Aleta Lee
aletalee@oacc.cc 

For administrative information, contact:
Tamiko Wong
tamikowong@oacc.cc 
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Celebrate APA Culture on May 16!
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at the 11th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration on Saturday, May 16th, 2015 from 11am to 6pm at the Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco. AHSC will have a variety of delicious Asian foods to  enjoy from participating food trucks and vendors. Street fair goers will also have a chance to shop a selection of amazing and creative handmade arts and craft items.

Once again, the Asian Art Museum will offer free admission to all fair goers, courtesy of Target, with activities all day. Performers will provide live entertainment continuously on two outdoor stages. www.asianfairsf.com


WHAT:

11th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration

  

WHEN:

Saturday, May 16, 2015

11am - 6pm 

  

WHERE:

Civic Center Plaza 

San Francisco, CA

RSVP on Facebook and invite your friends!
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month & Asian Heritage Street Celebration Kickoff

  

KPIX 5/CW 44/Cable 12 and CBS Radio SF and Oakland Asian Cultural Center cordially invite you and your guests to the APA Heritage Month & Asian Heritage Street Celebration Kickoff.

 

Complimentary pan-Asian food & beverages will be served. 

Event is FREE but please RSVP online: http://ahscapakickoff2015.eventbrite.com/

   

 

WHAT:
APA Heritage Month & Asian Heritage Street Celebration Kickoff 

  

WHEN:

Thursday, April 30, 2015

5:30 - 7:30pm

  

WHERE:

 

The KPIX 5/CW 44/Cable 12 Studio
855 Battery Street (between Broadway and Vallejo)
San Francisco, CA

Open Call For Participation:

HAVE A BOOTH

Last year's event attracted more than 80,000 people and this year we plan to have AHSC in the Civic Center Plaza!  We will be in front of the Asian Art Museum and City Hall, a dynamic area in an evolving neighborhood. The festival is centrally located and convenient via both MUNI and BART - and the freeway.

For vendor/booth information contact:
Crystal Lee
 
crystallee@oacc.cc

Download your vendor application here! 
PERFORM
Random Ninjas perform at the 9th Annual AHSC.
Interested in performing at the largest one-day gathering of Asians in the US?! We still have spots for performers to sign up!

Please use our ONLINE FORM to REGISTER as a performer for the Asian Heritage Street Celebration:
http://asianfairsf.com/performances/artist-signups/

You can also contact Janice Hom (performers@oacc.cc) for more info.
 
VOLUNTEER
We need hundreds of volunteers for this momentous outdoor event on  Saturday, May 16th . Volunteers are also needed to help plan,  promote, and prepare for the event. Commemorative t-shirts & refreshments  provided.  Come volunteer, have fun, and meet new friends!

Please use our ONLINE FORM to REGISTER as an Asian Heritage Street Celebration  volunteer:
Advertise in the AHSC Souvenir Edition of AsianWeek!

     Last year's AsianWeek souvenir festival guide. 
 

Souvenir festival guides will be distributed at affiliated AHSC events, frequently visited ethnic businesses & non-profits and of course, at the Asian Heritage Street Celebration itself! Promote your business at the largest gathering of Asian Pacific Americans in the nation. Deadline to reserve an ad space is Friday, April 24. 

 

For ad sizes/rates, contact:
Aleta Lee 
aletalee@oacc.cc 
Sponsor Profile: 
Dignity Health St. Mary's Medical Center 
Dignity Health St. Mary's Medical Center is an accredited, not-for-profit community hospital that has been caring for the people of San Francisco since 1857. Located across from Golden Gate Park, it is the longest continually running hospital in San Francisco.

For the past two years, St. Mary's has received the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence from Healthgrades, a prestigious recognition that means St. Mary's is among the Top 5% of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide for clinical performance. St. Mary's was also recognized as one of the Top 100 Orthopedic Programs nationally by Becker's Hospital Review and is a Certified Stroke Center by the Joint Commission. The Joint Commission also recognized St. Mary's as a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures?.

In 2011, St. Mary's opened a state-of-the-art Cancer Center, offering the full-range of oncology, radiation and imaging services. It is the only hospital in San Francisco with seven accreditations from the American College of Radiology.

St. Mary's has a long history of pioneering medical procedures and is home to the nation's first digital cardiac catheterization laboratory and has pioneered spine surgery, such as the X-Stop for the treatment of spinal stenosis. Beyond clinical care, St. Mary's is committed to furthering the healing ministry, and to providing high-quality, affordable healthcare to the community they serve.

For more information, please call 
415-668-1000  or visit  www.stmarysmedicalcenter.org.
Asian Heritage Street Celebration Sponsors

CELEBRATION SPONSORS
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HERITAGE SPONSORS

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The Asian Heritage Street Celebration was created by Teddy Fang and AsianWeek Foundation. Oakland Asian Cultural Center is proud to present AHSC 2015. 

OACC builds vibrant communities through Asian and Pacific Islander American arts and culture programs that foster intergenerational and
cross-cultural dialogue, cultural identity, collaborations, and social justice.


Oakland Asian Cultural Center 
388 Ninth Street, Suite 290
Pacific Renaissance Plaza, 2nd Floor
510-637-0455
http://oacc.cc