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161 Years Later… 7 Mile House Is Still Where The Locals Go

The 161 anniversary will also feature a book talk and presentation on mile houses by Vanessa Garcia at 11:30am. Starting at 12pm, guests will enjoy their famous pork adobo and rice for free (until it runs out), now an annual tradition for the past six years. In the evening, the 7 Mile House stage will be graced by Dakila, a legendary Filipino American San Francisco band with music known as Bay Area RockLatinJazzPopFunkapino!

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The Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center and PapaLoDown Agency Team Up to Hire a PR Intern!

Looking to break into public relations and digital marketing? If you love supporting arts and entertainment projects by people of color-owned, and/or women-owned businesses who work to better their community, then this is the internship for you! PS - it's paid! 

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Parol Lantern Festival Lights Up Yerba Buena Gardens for the Holidays

The parol lantern is the quintessential Pilipino symbol of hope, blessings, luck, and peace, during the holiday season, and can be found lighting up windows in Pilipino homes throughout the world. Community members and commissioned artists will create hand-made lanterns to display at this free, family-friendly event. The festival features a parol lantern parade, a gallery of handmade parols, with live music and dance performances.

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