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Annual Ching Ming festival

Join us each year for the Ching Ming Jie festival, held on the 15th day after the Spring Equinox. This traditional Chinese festival is a time for families to visit and clean the graves of their ancestors. It is an important occasion for Chinese people to pay their respects and show gratitude to their ancestors for their contributions. Our festival is open to everyone and is an opportunity to experience Chinese American culture and history.

Take Part in Local History

Ching Ming Jie is an opportunity for families to visit and clean the graves of their ancestors, paying their respects and showing gratitude for their contributions and sacrifices. At our event, we honor and remember the pioneers buried in the cemetery with offerings, incense, and cleaning. This festival is an essential part of the cemetery's history, and we welcome everyone to join us in this special event. Don't miss out on the chance to be a part of this traditional celebration!

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Archiving existing materials and recording a history of the cemetery: Our Archiving Volunteers are preserving and digitizing the past and present of this historic land, starting with the original deed of purchase. The goal is to preserve and digitize the history of the cemetery for current and future historians.


Monument Fundraiser

With your help, we hope to preserve the history of this land with a stone monument. We estimate this mural will cost up to $10,000, and fundraising for this permanent memorial will be one of our main goals.


Community Engagement

We will be engaging with the community year-round through a regular newsletter showcasing opportunities and work from local community members. Our goal is to keep the history of the Chinese Cemetery alive in the next generation.

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