The Mid-Autumn or Harvest Moon Festival, 中秋节 (Zhōng Qīu Jíe) in Chinese, is a widely-celebrated holiday in China, and throughout Asia. On this night, it is said that the moon is at its brightest and fullest size, coinciding with the time of autumn harvest. Celebrate this 3,000 year old festival with moon cakes, lantern-making, poetry, music, and more!
Bring the whole family. Also bring a chair or blanket and be prepared to see a beautiful full moon rise (approx. 8:03 p.m.).
Meet at Overton Park at the grassy area across the street from Tanglewood Elementary School, next to the playground.
|Children under 12||free, but RSVP required|
- Hao Tran with the Pantry
September 29 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree – $10
Overton Park3060 Overton Park W.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
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