Saturday marks the third annual Asian American Festival, to take place at , from 12-6 p.m.
The event is billed as a "beach-front gala of food, folk art and performance from Japan, India, China, Korea and Pakistan."
Look for performances and folk art that include Japanese Taiko drumming, traditional Chinese lion dancers, Indian henna tattooing and a Korean Hanbok fashion show. Also featured are foods from Asian cultures from across the globe.
Organized by the , the festival provides an “opportunity to experience some of our neighbors’ social mainstays and practices can only serve to enhance the town’s quality of life,” according to Supervisor Jon Kaiman.
The event is also sponsored by WAC Lighting, a decorative and task lighting company which will soon relocating its headquarters to the industrial park on West Shore Road in Port Washington.
Admission is $5 per vehicle. The gates open at 11:30 a.m. and the ceremonies begin at 12:30 p.m. For more information, please call 311.