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Join us for Hmong Week, May 10-15, 2021! We will be celebrating Hmong Week virtually again this year and have a line up of events that you won’t want to miss. As well as one in-person event on May 15! You can RSVP for all events through the links below on Facebook.

We are looking forward to celebrating Hmong Week with you all again!

May 10, 5-5:30pm


Join us on Facebook live from 5:00 PM to 5:30 PM as we kick off Hmong Week! The celebration will include a proclamation, singing (Kwv Txhiaj), dancing, and conversation facilitated by Portage County’s Hmong stars and leaders.

May 11, 5-5:30pm

Hmong Refugee Story

Join Sib Pab Sib Qhia to learn about the Hmong refugee experience – the events that led to the evacuation from their homelands, and the perils navigated to find safety in the United States.

May 12, 5-6pm

Hmong Herstory Webinar

Female Hmong community members will present a short webinar illustrating their experience through the pandemic! Join them live to listen and take part in the discussion.

May 13, 5-5:30pm

How to Make Spring Rolls

Join us live on Facebook for how to make spring rolls with Henry from Central Rivers Farmshed!
Step by step directions and ingredients will be listed prior to the event.


May 14, 5-5:30pm

Hnub Qub Ntsa – Dance & Clothing

Hnub Qub Ntsa will perform a traditional Hmong dance and showcase a variety of traditional clothing! The virtual performance will be available in the event discussion the day of the event.

May 15, 12-6pm

Party & Culture Show at Lake Pacawa Bandshell

This event will be held outdoors at Lake Pacawa’s Bandshell, but we will still follow CDC guidelines by requiring face coverings and social distancing when possible. For the health and safety of others, attendees should bring their own food and drink.


Thank you to our sponsors, Delta Dental of Wisconsin, Investors Community Bank, Ellis Construction, Cottingham & Butler, Skyward Inc., and BankFirst!

Thank you to Sib Pab Sib Qhia, Freedom Inc., Central Rivers Farmshed, Portage County Literacy Council, and CREATE Portage County for your partnership in bringing Hmong Week together!

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