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Holiday Anime Faire -Dec. 4th 2010- 10am-3pm
« on: November 30, 2010, 08:58:31 AM »

Just wanted to share with everyone about a mini local Holiday Faire
Take a friend and check it out!

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http://www.holidayanimefaire.com/

Fremont Teen Center in Central Park (Lake Elizabeth)
39770 Paseo Padre Parkway
Fremont, CA 94538

Turn into park at Sailway Drive
Turn left at U-shaped parking lot

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About this event:

Holiday Anime Faire Mascots, Lizzie and ArtIn 2006, Phuong-Mai Bui-Quang (aka P.M.B.Q.), founder of P.M.B.Q. Studios, had a crazy idea to create an all-ages, one-day event combining handmade crafts with anime shopping and anime education. As Halloween had just passed, it made sense to give this a try during the upcoming holiday season.

The City of Fremont and P.M.B.Q. Studios have been a successful partners with their past Manga Expo for Teens events, so it was only natural that they work together to bring the Holiday Anime Faire to life.

Thus, on December 9, 2006, the very first Holiday Anime Faire was born. We enjoyed 394 unique visitors for a fun-filled day of anime and crafts.

Why Anime & Manga?
Anime (ah-knee-may) is the Japanese word for animation. Manga (mon-gah)is the Japanese word for comics. The term “anime” has also often been used to refer to both animation and comics originating from Japan.

In recent years, anime has become more mainstream within American culture. Both the City of Fremont and P.M.B.Q. Studios would like to educate the public on the fact that anime can be for all ages, as well as the fact that it is more of a medium than an art style.

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Activities & Registration
There’s A LOT to do at the Holiday Anime Faire!

NEW FOR 2010! Tickets are $9 if you pre-register, $15 at the door

Your admission fee is good for 2 people! Make sure you bring a parent or friend with you.  Admission includes a Goodie Bag and 2 Activity Tickets.

Each additional Activity Ticket costs $1, and can be purchased onsite.
Activities include ornament-making, card-making, and so much more!  Activities vary from 1 to 3 tickets.

Pre-Register at www.regerec.com : Barcode # 136626
Manga Start Drawing Classes:
Session 1: Beginners, K-5 11am – 11:45am
Session 2: Intermediate, High School & Up 1pm – 1:45pm

Karen Luk and Jeannie Lee of Manga Start are teaching two, 45 minute classes on Drawing Manga Techniques.

Each class costs an additional $5 (if you pre-register) or $8 on-site. This additional fee gives you your own set of professional-quality Manga art materials, courtesy of Seth Cole and Sakura of America.

Pre-Register for Manga Start at www.regerec.com :
Session 1, Beginners K-5 use Barcode # 142076
Session 2, Intermediate High School & Up use Barcode # 142077

More Amazing Arts & Crafts

    * Glass Ornament Decorating
    * Fabric Ornament Making
    * Handmade Cards
    * Button-Making
    * More at the show!

Visit with Manga Artists

    * Bay Area Artists Unite – http://www.baau.org
    * Manga Start – http://www.mangastart.com

Manga Drawing Room

    * sponsored by Sakura of America – http://www.sakuraofamerica.com

Anime Viewing Lounge

Holiday/Anime Music

Snack Bar

AND MUCH MORE TO COME!
Raffles and Door Prizes

Each admission gives you automatic entry to our fabulous door prizes! We have some pretty nifty prizes donated to us by Sakura of America, Viz Media, P.M.B.Q. Studios and more to be announced.

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