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The San Francisco Ho Chi Minh Sister City Committee Invites You to Learn About Tet and Vietnam
February 26, 2019

News Courtesy of George Saxon, Executive Director San Francisco Ho Chi Minh Sister City Committee~~

LEARN MORE ABOUT TET AND VIETNAM

Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)

The Orchard Hotel
665 Bush Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

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LEARN MORE ABOUT TET AND VIETNAM

TET, the Lunar New Year was celebrated on February 5th and the celebration continues! We will not celebrate Sadie Hawkins Day this year but, please join members of the Committee, friends, and neighbors, to learn more Vietnam, its importance to the Bay Area and learn about its language and culture, as well as opportunities bring the peoples of the US and Vietnam closer together and improve the quality of life if the people of Vietnam.

Enjoy your favorite libation at the Daffodil Restaurant and Bar in the fabulous Orchard Hotel and register your interest to visit Vietnam later this year!

February 27, 20195:30 - 8:30 PMOrchard Hotel665 Bush StreetSan Francisco

No Host Bar

Early arrivals will get a traditional TET treat

Business Card Drawing

RSVP: sfhcmcscc@aol.com or (415) 240-1551

DONATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS GREATLY APPRECIATED

Celebrating 23 Years of Citizen Diplomacy

Photo Credit: Frank Jang

Share this event on Facebook and Twitter.We hope you can make it!Cheers,San Francisco - Ho Chi Minh City Sister City Committee


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