ACACIA ANNUAL THREE KINGS CULTURAL CELEBRATION

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Here is an event sponsored by the non-profit Acacia Network—a full day of activities to celebrate the Feast of the Three Kings – Fiesta de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Day, or the Epiphany, was on January 6 but celebrations continue):

Acacia Network Inc., the largest Puerto Rican non-profit in the U.S., in collaboration with the Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly (IPRHE) will celebrate the traditional Feast of the Three Kings – Fiesta de los Reyes Magos on Friday, January 12, 2018, from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Saint Vartan Church located at 630 Second Avenue and 35th Street in Manhattan.

The Annual Three Kings Day Celebration has been a signature IPRHE event for decades, where seniors, along with their friends and family, have the opportunity to celebrate a beloved cultural tradition. The attendees will delight in breakfast, a traditional Christmas lunch, live music, parrandas, gifts, and surprises. They will also be able to share in friendship and fellowship one of our most traditional fiestas in the Hispanic community.

“Acacia Network is delighted to celebrate with our seniors another year of health and prosperity. As the New Year kicks off, let us unite as a community, give thanks for what we accomplished last year and prepare for another great year ahead filled with harmony and peace,” said Raul Russi, CEO of Acacia Network.

Below is our schedule of events for this celebration:

11:00 am Opening Remarks, Guest Speakers, VIPs

12:00 noon Lunch

1:00 pm Cultural Celebration – Danza Fiesta Parranda

3:45 pm Closing Remarks

AVAILABLE THROUGH OUT THE DAY Music & Dancing | Provided by: Sonido Magico

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