apa heritage festival: performance and booth registration

This is for my people in New York. The Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans invite you to take part in the 31st Annual Asian/Pacific American Heritage Festival. They recently announced their open call for performance and booth registration, and are looking for dance/music performers, as well as community groups and businesses to present at the festival. Here's the call:
Dear Friends,

We are happy to announce open booth & performance registrations for the 31st Asian/Pacific American Heritage Festival.

We are hosting the day-long celebration in Union Square on Sunday, May 2rd, 2010, from 12pm to 6pm. (Tell your friends!)

We are currently seeking submissions for:

1. Dance performances & musical performers.
2. Booths for community groups & businesses to present at the festival

Our event has a history of media coverage including the NY Times, Newsday, Village Voice, TimeOut magazine, NY1 News, and many ethnic papers.

To submit registration for booths or auditions for performances, please visit our registration site.

Please send any questions to performances@capaonline.org or director@capaonline.org, respectively.

Performances Submissions: Friday, February 15, 2010
Early Bird Booth Rates: Monday, March 1, 2010

Lastly, we are a 100% volunteer-based community event and are always looking for new teammates, especially valuable are those with technical skills (ie. sound systems, online media, etc).

Thank you,
Eugene Song
Director of Entertainment

Stephen Chen
Booths Coordinator

Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans
For more information about the festival, including a tentative schedule and lineup, and to submit registration for booths or auditions for performances, visit the Asian/Pacific American Heritage Festival website here. And make plans to be at Union Square Park on Sunday, May 2.

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