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|Sunday, Oct 5, 2008 in Ashland, Oregon. Tibetan Cultural Festival hosted by Southern Oregon University will feature the art, music, fashion, religious traditions, and food of Tibet. Proceeds benefit Kham Aid's cultural heritage programs. For more information, see this flyer and press release.|
Saturday May 17 and Sunday May 18 2008, North Berkeley, CA. Proceeds from the Himalayan Fair are used to sponsor a variety of grass roots projects in Himalayan countries. There will be a variety of cultural performances from Idia, Nepal, Pakistan, and more. As well as the live entertainment, come experience the cultures of the Himalaya's and central Asia, there will be handicrafts and cuisine as well. While you're there, stop by Kham Aid's booth to learn about our programs and summer volunteer opportunities. For more information visit: http://www.himalayanfair.net/
September 27, East Sussex, U.K. Marlin Financial Services is hosting a Charity Golf Day to benefit Kham Aid Foundation's greenhouse program.
April 14 and 21, Santa Barbara, California. The Brooks Institute opens a multimedia exhibition, CHINA: A WILL TO RISE featuring photographs taken by Sarah Curtiss. Sarah stayed for five weeks at Wayao village, site of a current Kham Aid cultural heritage conservation project, The grand opening of the multimedia presentation will take place on April 14th at 7pm at the Lobero Theatre, immediately followed by a reception displaying Sarah's photographs (anong others) at the Cota Street Campus and Gallery, located at 27 E. Cota Street in Santa Barbara. A second screening and documentary opening will be held at Brooks Institute’s Ventura Campus, 5301 Ventura Avenue on April 21.
May 19-20, Berkeley, California. Enjoy the Himalayan Fair, a venerable Bay Area tradition that features performances, handicrafts, and cuisine from across the Himalayas and Central Asia. While you're there, stop by Kham Aid's booth to learn about our programs and summer volunteer opportunities. For more information see http://www.himalayanfair.net/
June 24, Mianyang, Sichuan. Party and Fundraiser Featuring the photography of Xu Kangrong Venue: The Flags British Pub, with over 25 imported beers and plenty of wine! Address: An Chang Lu, MianYang City tel: 0816-2341112. For info, write to Daniel Freitag, freitag(at)india.com or click on the banner below.
July 10, West Sussex, England: Charity Golf Tournament hosted by Marlin Financial Services will raise money for our school greenhouse program. The event will be held at the Slinfold Golf Club in Horsham and will include breakfast, a round of golf (first tee at 10.00am) and a barbeque lunch following the golf which will include a raffle draw. We are looking for teams of 3 who will pay £200 for the day, the majority of which will be donated to Kham Aid. Any donations for raffle prizes would also be very welcome. We can accommodate individuals who cannot raise a team. Our objective is to have 40 golfers and including the raffle raise a total of £2,500. Contact David Page David.page(at)marlinfs.com.
July 23 - Aug 6, in Kham. Five fearless cyclists will bike from Lijiang to Kangding to raise funds for school greenhouses. For more info, see Ride for Green
Aug 1-5, Litang Horse Festival, Litang, Kham. Visit the Kham Aid tent, enjoy a respite from the hubbub of the festival, chat with our field staff, pick up information about our programs. Our tent will have great Western amenities such as coffee, internet service, and a guitar. We'll also be selling our exclusive HORSE FESTIVAL T-SHIRT.
Aug 7, Chengdu. Ride for Green Party Celebrate the achievements of the Ride for Green cyclists and support better nutrition for Tibetan schoolchildren. Enjoy the beatbox beats of veejay/rapper Tenzin Gyaltsen. Bid on the high-quality, road-tested, Kham-spattered mountain bikes that will be up for auction thanks to our sponsor Mongoose. Place: Shamrock Bar and Restaurant. Time: 6pm. For more information, write to chengdu(at)khamaid.org.
June 3, Shanghai. Charity Music Event at the Shuffle (Shufie) Bar. For more information, click the poster at left or write to joannacwong(at)hotmail.com
May 20-21, Berkeley, California. Enjoy the Himalayan Fair, a fantastic Bay Area tradition that features performances, handicrafts, and cuisine from across the Himalayas and Central Asia. While you're there, stop by Kham Aid's booth to learn about our programs and summer volunteer opportunities. For more information see http://www.himalayanfair.net/
Aug 27, in Costa Mesa, CA. Pam Logan will speak on women's lives in Tibet at a fundraising luncheon for Kham Aid's girls' scholarship program. Other event highlights will be a fashion show, silent auction, and raffle of a splash-out luxury weekend for two in Costa Mesa with shopping spree at Fashion Island. This lunch is sponsored by ZONTA of Newport Harbor.
July 20 - Aug 7, Join Dave Bleyle for a special tour of Kham, including a visit to the Litang Horse Festival. This trip, which is 0rganized by the Northwest China Council, will benefit Kham Aid Foundation program
May 21 and 22, in Berkeley, California. Come visit us at the Himalayan Fair, where you can speak to Kham Aid staff and volunteers, purchase books and other treasures direct from Kham, and find out the latest on our activities.
February 17, in Portland Oregon. The Northwest China Council hosts Pam Logan, who will give a presentation about the ancient Kingdom of Dege.
November 13, in Pasadena, California. The Pacific Asia Museum will open the first ever exhibition of Tibetan furniture, and hold a symposium. Speakers will include Kham Aid director Ruth Hayward and president Pam Logan . Please check the website of the Pacific Asia Museum for details.
May 22 and 23, in Berkeley, California. Come visit us at the Himalayan Fair, where you can speak to Kham Aid staff and volunteers, purchase books and other treasures direct from Kham, and find out the latest on our activities.
Feb 15, in Santa Ana, California Lecture by Kham Aid Foundation president Pam Logan at the Bowers Museum, 3pm.
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