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1990 年 8 月 4 日,菲律宾社区的节日 Pista sa Nayon 第一次在西雅图举行。

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1990 年 8 月 4 日,以传统食物、艺术、工艺品和娱乐活动著称的Pista sa Nayon(菲裔美国人年度庆典),在西雅图雷尼尔南大街 (Rainier Avenue S) 和南阿拉斯加街 (S Alaska Street) 拐角处的雷尼尔球场第一次举行。该活动的名称大概译自菲律宾本地语言中的塔加拉族语,意思是“城镇的节日”。1995 年,该庆典的举办地迁至苏厄德公园 (Seward Park) 的圆形露天剧场,自此,每年都会吸引成千上万的人们来感受活动盛况。2010 Pista 活动的主席辛迪卡沃称这是“规模宏大的家庭团聚盛会。”

Sources:
Cindy Cawaling, "History of Pista sa Nayon," Pista sa Nayon website accessed August 2010 (www.pista.org); "Daily Briefing," The Seattle Times, July 31, 1992, p. B-3; "More Weekend Festivals," Ibid., July 19, 2007, p. H-5; Tony Kay, "Pista sa Nayon: Filipino Pride, Cute Little Old Ladies, and Rock and Roll," August 9, 2010, The SunBreak website accessed August 2010 (http://thesunbreak.com).


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Filipino dancers performing the Tinikling, Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


Filipino-style Flamenco, Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


Seattle singer Agnes Ingarra, Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


Traditional dancers, Pista sa Nayon, Filipino American festival, Seward Park, Seattle, August 2010
Photo by Tony Kay


 
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