Several organizations are helping end Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month this week with a fun celebration.
Cincinnati’s AAPI Heritage Month Closing Party will be held at Five Points Alley in Walnut Hills on Thursday, June 1 from 5-9 p.m. The event is free and is put on by Asianati, Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Cincinnati, the Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati and Cincy Nice.
At the party, attendees can enjoy food from BentOn and Filipino eats from Little Chef Medy, music from Mark Joshua and DJ Hi David, open mic karaoke and family-friendly activities with prizes. 52 Voices, an exhibit that highlights local AAPI individuals, will also be on display, and organizers will be collecting nonperishable food donations for the University of Cincinnati’s Bearcats Pantry.
To reserve your spot at the AAPI Heritage Month Closing Party or sign up for karaoke, visit their Eventbrite listing.
Five Points Alley, 2425 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills. Learn more about Asianti here.
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