For Another year of Fun
Sunday June 21st 2015
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Cambodian Buddhist Temple
Silver Spring, MD
If you wish to become a member, click here to apply.
CCD is operated on a volunteer basis. If you think you can help, contact ones of us or send us an email.
Ben Bao: (571) 276-9630
Sophia Tep: (703) 966-9590
Lowell Cole: (703) 620-3074
Sunday July 12th 2015
The festival is a showcase of Cambodian classical/folklore dances, traditional music, traditional play, social dances, art&craft exhibition. The festival also features a preliminary competition of
Click here to apply online.
Cambodian Community Day (CCD) is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization established to promote, present and preserve our rich Cambodian culture. CCD seeks to integrate Khmer culture into American society to ensure the continuation of Cambodian cultural heritage, especially among Cambodian-American youths. We also work to strengthen Cambodian voice, empower Cambodian communities, bridge distances, heal rifts and build bonds among Khmers and other ethnic groups.
Click here to download flyer.
On behalf of Cambodian Community Day (CCD) Board of Directors, members and volunteers, I would like to wish you a Happy Khmer New Year, Buddhist Era 2559, the Year of Goat. May you have success, prosperity, good health in the year to come. Click here for CCD performance schedule.
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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.
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