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One of the best ways to connect with Chinese culture in the Pikes Peak Region is to participate in one of CSCCI's many events throughout the year.  Whether it's CSCCI's flagship Chinese New Year Festival, an excursion to Denver's Dragon Boat Festival, Tai Chi in the Park or one of our Quarterly Chinese Dinners, we hope you will join us as you are able!

Upcoming events

    • 09 May 2014
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Jade Dragon Chinese Restaurant, 3958 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80917 http://www.jadedragoncolorado.com/location.aspx
    母 親 節 聯 歡 晚 宴
    Celebration of Mother’s Day Dinner

    二 胡 獨 奏
    With Chinese ErHu Performing Arts

    Presented by

    Liping Woods, grew up in Chongqing, China and learned to play ErHu (Chinese Violin) at age 12. Liping came to the United States in 1991 pursing graduate studies, and is an IT professional in the healthcare industry.

    FRIDAY, MAY 9, 6:30PM TO 9:00PM

    Traditional Gourmet Chinese Dinner
    at Jade Dragon Chinese Restaurant

    3958 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80917

    涼拌海蜇  Chinese Cold Cut Platter
    韭菜鮮肉水餃  Chinese Chives with Pork Dumplings
    牛肉捲餅  Chinese Beef Burrito
    鮮蝦扒豆腐  Shrimp with Tofu Dish
    蟹肉餛飩  Crabmeat / Cream Cheese Wonton
    豬肉掛包  Pork Wrapped in Bread Pouch
    醋溜魚片  Sweet & Sour Fish Filet
    冬菇佛手瓜  Chinese Chayote / Black Mushroom
    燒餅包鴨絲  Shredded Duck In Chinese Biscuits
    茶水  Hot Tea

    Cost: $30.00 per Person $27.00 for CSCCI Members

    This is a special event with limited seating. Please RSVP by sending payment to CSCCI, P.O. Box 2625 Colorado Springs, CO 80901. Or, register online at www.cscci.org.

    Payment must receive by May 8, 2014. Any questions please call 719-287-7624.
    • 19 Jul 2014
    • Sloan's Lake in Denver

    CSCCI Excursion - Dragon Boat Festival!

    Sat, July 19th, 2014

    We will connect you to one of the best Summer Festivals held in the State of Colorado!  Jump onboard our chartered coach at one of two convenient pick-up points in Colorado Springs for a fun and comfortable ride to the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival held at Sloan’s Lake in Denver.  At the Festival, now in its 14th Year, cheer on the Dragon Boat Racers, watch entertainers from throughout Asia Pacific, enjoy delicious food from the region and check out dozens of vendor booths.

    Also get a very special behind the scene tour from the Vice President Ding-Wen Hsu at the festival.

    Tickets are only $TBD for members and $TBD for non-members, which includes transportation, snacks, entrance to the Festival and the chance to make new friends with a common love for Asian cultures! Busses will pick us up at the South Circle Depot (2864 South Circle Drive Colorado Springs) at TBD or at the Woodmen Park & Ride (Woodmen & I25) at TBD. After a full, exciting day at the festival, we will arrive back in Colorado Spring around 7:00pm.

    Online registration is not yet available, but we plan to have it once all the details are in place!
     

    Don't miss out!

     
    Dragon Boat Festival website: http://www.cdbf.org

    • 07 Feb 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • City Auditorium, 221 East Kiowa St

    Colorado Springs Celebrates 14th Annual Chinese New Year


    Colorado Springs, CO - The Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute will ring in their 14th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration at the City Auditorium on Saturday, February 7, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  The City Auditorium is located at 221 East Kiowa.

     

    The New Year Celebration has become a mainstay cultural event in Colorado Springs due to the growing fascination of the Asian culture. This year’s event will continue the “celebration” atmosphere as in past years. Activities for this year will feature the traditional lion dance, kung Fu demonstrations, traditional Chinese dances, Chinese yo-yo demonstrations and Chinese musical performances.   “Chinatown” offers an assortment of Asian-themed merchants and a “Taste of China” to whet your appetite from various food vendors Cultural performances will take place on the Main Stage, while in the “Teahouse people learn to play mahjong (a Chinese card game), or Go (a Chinese “checkers” game) or learn calligraphy at the “Tea House.”

     Tickets can be purchased at the door.  The Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute (CSCCI) is a non-profit organization that provides a forum for greater appreciation of Chinese culture through education and social interaction.  For more information, please call CSCCI at (719) 287-7624 or visit their website at www.cscci.org.

 

 Tel: 719.287.7624  CSCCI P.O. Box 2625 Colorado Springs, CO 80901-2625 Email: admin@cscci.org

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