Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT) Oyster Bay, NY

The Long Island's 3rd Annual Mid-Autumn Festival will take place at the beautiful Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, the former Gold Coast estate of the W.R. Coe family, which will be filled with attractive arts and crafts booths, cultural exhibits, children's activities, pony rides, petting zoo, corporate sponsors and non-stop entertainment. There will be live entertainment throughout the festival, with an abundance of traditional dance and music ranging across many styles and genres on the main stage.

Visitors will have more fun at various booths, where they will get hand-on experience with traditional cultural activities showcase (such as traditional paper cut arts, Calligraphy, Chinese painting, Shadow Theater play, and sculpture in flour) and many festival fun games. Thousands of unique Chinese traditional handicrafts will be given away as prizes for interactive games. An assortment of ethnic treats and snacks will provided for sampling, and traditional moon cake will be sold on site as well.

Admission: pre-sale $25 per car (not per person); Tickets at door: $35 per car, all activities are included with admission. Note: NY Empire Pass holders still need to purchase event admission tickets. 

Direction: Please enter Planting Fields using the festival entrance on Chicken Valley Rd. GPS Address: 1359 Chicken Valley Rd, Oyster Bay, NY 11771. Admission gate opens at 12:30PM


About the Mid-Autumn Festival in Long Island:

The Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations have been held throughout Asia for well over 1,000 years. This holiday is a time to reflect upon the bounty of the summer harvest, the fullness of the moon. The Mid-Autumn Festival is often referred as ÔÇťAsian Thanksgiving" because of its spirit of gratitude and its inclusion of abundant food. 

The previous Mid-Autumn Festivals attracted thousands of Long Island and metro New Year Area locals and tourists. This year, the festival will continue on a path of growth and prominence, with more people expected to attend the event. The 3rd Long Island Annual Mid-Autumn Festival will be a great opportunity to experience the diversity and uniqueness of Asian festival celebration.

Have questions about 3rd Annual Mid-Autumn Festival? Contact LICAA & Planting Fields Foundation

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