Recap HXGNY 2013 – 2014 Graduation and Awards Ceremony 06/08
Recap: 华夏大纽约举办2013-14学年谢师会 06/08
2014 – 2015 学年注册开通 (2014-2015 School Year Registration is open)
HXGNY First Year Book is Available to Order
Community News: 17th Annual Asian American Heritage Festival 6/14/14
Community News: Invitation to the Westchester Summer Outing by WACA
Community News: Chinese American Culture Camp
Recap: HXGNY 2013 – 2014 Graduation and Awards Ceremony
Recap: 华夏大纽约举办2013-14学年谢师会 06/08
- Early Registration Discount Period – 5/28/14 through 7/6/14
- Class Placement – based on FULL tuition payment date
- Payment Priority – PayPal payment strongly preferred. Credit card payment may cause delay linking to school system. No check accepted
- Waiting List – For students that do not get into their desired class, please email hxgny-waitinglist@
googlegroups.com. Please follow instructions in the Registration Policy on how to submit such requests.
- Late Fee – $50 late fee will be applied to any family account with account balance or new registration starting 9/8/14
- Transfer – Each student is allowed one free transfer for each of language and culture class per school year. Each additional transfer will be subject to a $20 fee per transfer. No transfer allowed after 9/21/14
- No student can audit class post 9/14/14
- Parent-on-Duty – All parents need to fulfill POD responsibilities
- Contact Information – registration@
HXGNY Registration Team
17th Annual Asian American Heritage Festival 6/14/14
Date: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Time: 12 noon to 6 pm
Place: Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla, NY
free admission and parking The public is invited to bring family and friends to Kensico Dam for an afternoon of entertainment featuring experts in traditional Asian dance and song and masters of the martial arts, including lion dancers. Professional artists share the stage with children’s dance troupes in colorful traditional costumes. There will be plenty of activities for children such as face painting, Lego classes, Chinese paper cutting, origami, and games. One of the most popular of the ethnic cultural celebrations on Westchester County’s summer calendar, the Asian Heritage festival attracts as many as 7,000 residents each year. It is also a favorite showcase for small businesses and non-profits, featuring vendors selling Asian-themed cultural artifacts and handmade goods, agencies offering educational and health services and local chefs cooking up a wide array of Asian foods. The Festival is organized by the OCA-Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter and supported by the Westchester County Parks and an array of local corporations and small businesses. Please click for event flyer and vendor registration.
For more information about OCA-WHV and the festival, please visit www.oca-whv.org or contact email@example.com. OCA is a national non-profit, non-partisan organization advocating for social justice, equal opportunity, equal rights and equal justice for the 16 million Asian Americans in the U.S.
Westchester County, NY
Invitation to the Westchester Summer Outing by WACA
At the same time, can you please post the event in your weekly Newsletter or share it with your members in your organizations. Attached is the flyer for your consideration.
If you have any questions, please let us know. We are looking forward to seeing you all again in the summer outing.
President of WACA
Chinese American Culture Camp
(7/16-7/24). The non-profit organization, Spiral International (spiralinternational.org) is bringing the students here to experience American culture and practice their English through exploring local sites such as the Earthplace Natural Museum, Wakeman Farm, Maritime Aquarium, Westport Arts Center, Yale University, etc. We hope to have local children of similar age join the camp activities as student ambassadors to promote culture and language exchange. We are also looking for good local families to share their homes, lifestyles, and values with these students. This program dedicates itself to building pathways to international friendship and empowering people to become responsible global citizens. For details, please contact Lili Yang Kessinger, 860-448-5632, firstname.lastname@example.org