RETURNING: Children’s Moonlight Festival at Vietnamese Cultural Center in West Seattle

(WSB photo, 2019)

This summer of returning events isn’t over yet – this Saturday (September 3rd), the Vietnamese Cultural Center in West Seattle brings back the Children’s Moonlight Festival. It includes a kids’ lantern parade – as shown above in our 2019 photo, that doesn’t actually happen in the moonlight, as the festival will take place 3-6 pm with a variety of activities for all, including treats, games, entertainment, and a lion dance. All free! The center is at 2236 SW Orchard (just north of Home Depot).

3 Replies to "RETURNING: Children's Moonlight Festival at Vietnamese Cultural Center in West Seattle"

  • Molly September 3, 2022 (8:22 pm)

    This festival has been amazing each time I’ve gone to it with my kids. They always welcome my children (we are not Vietnamese) enjoying and learning about their culture and celebrations. And my kids always love having a blast! 

    • Lynda B September 4, 2022 (10:08 am)

      I’m glad you and your family had a great time at the event.  We’ll see you again next year!  Thanks for taking the time to comment.  😀

  • Lee Bui September 4, 2022 (10:49 am)

    Dear Molly,
    Thank you for bring in your kids to take part of the festival this year. After 2years closed because the COVID, this year we have more kids to have fun. The kids are the future, we do some fun for them as parent before they come back to the school .

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