Senior Event, Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 2pm A community event to connect, support and promote a sense of purpose to isolated and under-served Vietnamese seniors. Location: Colesville Presbyterian Church, 12800 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20904 For more information: 301-646-5852 or email email@example.com Download the Senior Event Flyer using the link below (2 pages, […]
We are back and even bigger than before! This year mid-autumn festival will be in Northwood High School and the admission is FREE. Hope to see you there! Also big thanks to our sponsors this year that help make this event happen:
On Sunday October 8th, the Vietnamese American Services (VAS) held their first Mid-Autumn Festival at Long Branch Community Center. There were about 400 adults joined, more than 100 children, and 35 organisations and groups in Montgomery County attending the event, including community organisations, seniors, youth groups… The event brought so many entertaining activities, such as lion […]
Wonder what the mid-autumn festival is about and how we celebrate it? Come to Long Branch Community Center on Sunday, October 8th. Bring your kids and take your friends to learn more about the festival and celebrate with us. It is a great opportunity to have fun, enjoy great food and great performances.
Please notice the new English conversation classes for Vietnamese population as the details: Class 1: – Class location: Long Branch Community Center. 8700 Piney Branch Rd, Silver Spring MD 20912. – Program start: August 2017 – Class days: Thursdays from 9.45am – 11.15am. – Cost: Free – Contact: Tho Tran or Dai Loan Nguyen: Office: 301 […]
We’ve been busy over the last few weeks updating our website. And finally, we are proud to announce the release of our newly updated website. Hope you like the updates. We promise we’ll continue to do our best to improve styleshout.
Long Branch Fire The Long Branch Fire last month was a disaster for low-income families living in the building. To join Montgomery County’s efforts to support victims, VAS has continued to assist the Vietnamese family that was affected by the fire. The family has moved into a new apartment and settled down successfully. Ms […]