LICAA’s Mid-Autumn Festival


LIChineseFestCThe Mid-Autumn Festival, one of the most important traditional Chinese national holidays of the Chinese Lunar Year, was celebrated by the Long Island Chinese American Association (LICAA) at their Mid-Autumn Festival on Saturday, Sept. 26, at Old Westbury Gardens. During the celebration, there was traditional sharing of moon cakes, fruits and tea, as well as a large family dinner. Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth addressed the crowd and thanked the LICAA and President Dr. Guodong Zhang for the organization’s contributions to the community.

Judi Bosworth and LICAA Volunteer Coordinator Annie Teng

Judi Bosworth and LICAA Volunteer Coordinator Annie Teng

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