In celebration of the Harvest Moon Festival, Flushing Town Hall is hosting a virtual program with Korean folk music, shadow theater storytelling and a play reading.
The event will highlight stories of the Asian and Asian American experience.
The festival, also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, celebrates the time when the moon is brightest, and offers an opportunity to gather with family and give thanks for the harvest.
The psychedelic Korean folk group Coreyah will perform virtually on September 29 at 7 p.m.
Spica Wobbe’s “Hand in Hand” storytelling through shadow theater will be from September 30 to October 15.
A play reading of Marcus Yi’s “Lucky 88” will conclude the festival on October 4.
Watch on Flushing Town Hall’s YouTube page here.