‘Laban: The Legend of Urduja’ at Cal’s State Long Beach’s Pilipino Cultural Night April 25

Monday, April 7th, 2014. Filed under: Happenings


A Filipino student association based in Cal State Long Beach is going to hold a Filipino cultural night and will stage a play entitled “Laban: The Legend of Urduja” as its 28th annual cultural presentation on April 25 at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach.

California State University, Long Beach’s Pilipino Cultural Night (PCN) is an annual event that aims to share the culture and history of our people through the art of traditional dances and the eloquence of an original story. Over 1000 family members, friends, acquaintances, and people from all walks of life attend this momentous occasion to experience a perspective of the Pilipino culture that is not often seen.

The group hopes that you can join them in celebrating their 28th annual Pilipino Cultural Night production as they “proudly present the passion for our culture!”

Interested in sponsoring this grand event? Obtain the satisfaction of contributing to keeping the PCN tradition going while also promoting your business to over 1,000 attendees! All monetary contributions and/or other donations would be much appreciated.

For any business inquiries please contact pcn@lbpac.com.

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