For Another year of Fun
Sunday August 19th
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Ben Brenman Park
If you wish to become a member, click here to apply.
CCD is operated on a volunteer basis. If you think you can help, click here.
Ben Bao: (571) 276-9630
Sophia Tep: (703) 966-9590
Lowell Cole: (703) 620-3074
Welcome to the Cambodian Community Day (CCD) website. We appreciate your visit. The CCD seeks to integrate the Cambodian culture into American society. CCD is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the laws.
Thank you for coming to our 2014 festival. We are currently in the process of deciding on place/date/time for festival 2015. In the meantime, enyoy the picture gallery here.
Also, Miss Cambodian Pageant planning is in a full swing. Tickets are sold-out. Please contact us if you want to come so that we can arrange it. If you already bought the ticket, thank you. Please arrive no later that 6:30 PM on January 3rd. We will start the event promptly at 7:00 PM.
Cambodian Community Day (CCD) is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization established to promote, present and preserve Cambodian culture. CCD seeks to integrate Khmer culture into American society. We believe in the value of keeping and passing on Cambodian cultural heritage to Cambodian-American children. We also works to strengthen Cambodian voice, empower Cambodian Communities, bridge distances, heal rifts and build bonds among Khmers and other ethnic groups. CCD Organizes and collaborates Cambodian cultural resources and present them to public through various events such as ...
I am delighted to see many people come to our annual festival on September 7th 2014. I have received many positive feedbacks and also few suggestions for better festival next year. You are always welcome ...
Montgomery Blair High School student Chankea Omkar, 17, was one of 254 teens in the world to receive a scholarship to attend a Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA) program.
March 16, 2012