"Michigan's Council of Asian Pacific Americans has been working tirelessly to bring to life one of our most beloved annual signature events. From CAPA's Board of Directors and Advisory Board to our devoted volunteers hailing from different ethnic communities from all across the state, this year's Asian Festival has seen more participation and planning than ever before, making it the largest Asian Festival of its kind in Michigan!"

"My vision this year has been to make CAPA's third Asian Festival bigger, brighter and better than ever before. Our team has done its best to make sure as many Asian-Pacific cultural groups are represented in this year's festival. Aside from the delicious food and talented performers we have lined up, I can guarantee our guests that there will be many surprises in store that will bring to the forefront the diversity and beauty of CAPA's partner organizations."

"On behalf of CAPA and all of its members, I would like to thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the Asian Festival 2019!"



*** The Asian Festival will be held TOMORROW (Saturday) from 12 noon until 6PM at Madison Place at 876 Horace Brown Dr, Madison Heights, MI 48071. Admission is FREE. ***



SATURDAY, JULY 27th IS CAPA'S 3RD ANNUAL ASIAN FESTIVAL!

Tomorrow from 12 pm to 6 pm, the Council of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA) is hosting its 3rd Annual Asian Festival with over 3,000 metro Detroiters expected to attend. A diverse cross section of ethnic backgrounds will gather at the Madison Place in Madison Heights for the biggest Asian Fest in Oakland County. A non-stop offering of famous Asian Cuisine, Diverse Cultural Dance and Musical Performances. A fun collection of vendors for your shopping enjoyment.

The food at the Asian Festival span favorites across the Asian continent. This year's participating food vendors will include a selection of dining options that is simply unparalleled.

There will also be ongoing schedule of music, vocal, dance and food demonstration performances on the main stage. Some of metro Detroit's best cultural acts will come out and volunteer to ensure that this event will have the authenticity that the organizers are anticipating.

Guests will also have the opportunity to sample and shop from a boutique selection of local merchants, whose wares will include jewelry, clothing, cosmetics and body care, gift items, food products and more. Many amazing treasures will be there to be found.

Don't forget to subscribe now at loyaltyboom.me/app/capa to get the latest updates on:

1. Asian Festival's Program and Lineup
2. Vendor table number plus DISCOUNTS and COUPONS available
3. Winner announcement for door prizes

We would also like to thank everyone who joined our weekly contest from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! We'll also announce the winner of our door prizes tomorrow at the event. You must all be present at the event to claim your prize.


First 20 visitors will receive our CAPA Limited Edition Mugs (1 per family group)!

Free admission! RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2019AsianFestival




Show off your Asian-Pacific Pride CONTEST:

Wear a costume to the CAPA Asian Festival and you could win a prize!

CAPA encourages everyone to wear cultural inspired attire to our signature event tomorrow. Whether it's a traditional costume, ethnic accessories, clothing from an Asian-Pacific country you've visited, or even a novelty or anime t-shirt you love, be creative and show off your one of a kind style. Those in Asian-Pacific costumes will have exclusive chances to win prizes in our raffles as well as via hourly contests during the 2019 Asian Festival.


CAPA Volunteer Spotlight

For this month's volunteer feature, Michigan's Council of Asian Pacific Americans would like to shout out to a very special mother and daughter team who have been integral to CAPA's success:

Congratulations to Akiko Cox and her daughter Hana!

Akiko serves on CAPA's Board of Directors and always brings her passion for learning about other cultures to each event she attends. Born in Osaka, Japan, Akiko immigrated to the U.S. to continue her studies. After moving to Guam, she then lived in Texas and Ohio before finally settling down in Rochester Hills, Michigan.  A mother of 2 beautiful daughters, Akiko works as an investment advisor and is a member of the Japan Business Society of Detroit.

Akiko's youngest daughter, Hana, has served as a youth volunteer for several of CAPA's signature events. Hana will be entering her senior year at Stoney Creek High School this fall. When she isn't studying or volunteering her time with CAPA, Hana likes to play competitive tennis as well as helping with her church's youth group where they assist the elderly and others in need in the local community. Hana's caring nature will suit her well as she plans to pursue a career in nursing one day.


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