2014 South Florida Dragon Boat Festival in Miami
Saturday, October 4, 2014 (9 A.M. – 5 P.M.)
Haulover Beach Park Marina
10800 Collins Ave,Miami Beach, FL 33154
All the fun is packed in a diverse community like the city of Miami. People of different races and color come together in an exciting community event. This shows harmony despite the diversity of culture to build a better community. The Chinese is one of the largest population of Asian immigrants in the United States and has made contribution to the country over the years. The UCFA (United Chinese Association of Florida), an organization brought together by the Chinese-American, will be holding an enjoyable event this coming Saturday, October 4, 2014 at Miami Beach. The 2014 South Florida Dragon Boat Festival in Miami is open to all ages, ethnicity and background.
The 2014 South Florida Dragon Boat Festival in Miami gathers all South Florida communities in unity. This is a one-day Asian event inviting everyone to come together in a united, harmonious and fun event for all. The highlight of the event is the must see Dragon Boat Race in commemoration of an ancient legend and a sport that symbolizes health and vibrancy. This sport has been practiced in China and spread internationally. This Dragon Boat creates unity, friendship, strength and endurance. The observers can experience and be a part of the rich Chinese cultural heritage. Other activities in the 2014 South Florida Dragon Boat Festival in Miami are Stage Cultural Performance, Egg Roll Eating Contest, Martial Arts Performance, Kids’ Kite Contest, Lion & Dragon Dance, Authentic Asian Food and more.
This will be a spectacular event to look forward to this coming weekend. For more information, you may visit the festival website or contact them at 305-345-8489. Enjoy this one day experience of the Chinese culture in the amazing 2014 South Florida Dragon Boat Festival in Miami this weekend, Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 9 A.M. – 5 P.M. at the Haulover Beach Park Marina.
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