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The 5th Annual Long Island Moon Festival

at The Mansion at Glen Cove | Sat Sep 14


The Mansion at Glen Cove

200 Dosoris Lane
Glen Cove, NY 11542
Tel: (631) 741-6943
Contact Name: Gordon Zhang
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

11:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Sat, Sep 14, 2019
Cost:    $15

The 5th Long Island Annual Moon Festival (also as known as the Mid-Autumn Festival) is going to take place at the beautiful Glen Cove Mansion, the former Gold Coast estate of the Pratt family. The festival will be filled with attractive traditional Chinese arts and crafts booths, art show, cultural exhibitions, children friendly games, pony rides, petting zoo, and live entertainment.

Each year, the Moon Festival attracted thousands of people from Long Island and metro New Year Areas. This year, the festival will continue on a path of growth and prominence, with more people expected to attend the event. The 5th Long Island Annual Moon Festival will be a great opportunity to experience the diversity and uniqueness of Chinese festival celebration without a flight to China.

The Moon Festival is often referred to as “the Asian Thanksgiving” because of its spirit of gratitude and its inclusion of abundant food. It has been celebrated in many Asian countries for more than 1,000 years. This holiday is a time to reflect upon the bounty of Autumn harvest and the fullness of the moon.