The Manilatown Heritage Foundation produces a variety of affordable family-friendly programming at the International Hotel Manilatown Center. As a multipurpose gallery that honors the I-Hotel Eviction and Historic Manilatown legacies we stand as  both a museum to these legacies and a community gathering space offering programming relevant to today’s community.

Club Mandalay
Kommunity Kultura

Club Mandalay
Saturday, July 16th at 2pm
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Please join Manilatown as we take “Club Mandalay” on the road to the Clarion Performing Arts Center!

Please join us for an afternoon of live Jazz when Manilaton brings its Club Mandalay show to our San Francisco Chinatown neighbor, the Clarion Performing Arts Center located at 2 Waverly Place.

On Saturday, July 16th at 2pm the I-Hotel’s house jazz band, The Autonomous Region, will be holding itdown with Caroline Cabading on vocals, Raymond Bambao on Bass, Chris Planas on Guitar, Harold Ohashi on Drums and Vince Khoeon Keyboard.

We hope to see you there at this FREE family-friendly event!

Partial funding for Club Mandalay has been provided by the Zoo Labs Fund in partnership with the Center for Cultural Innovation and California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts.  Learn more at and”


For more information about Club Mandalay, The Autonomous Region or the Manilatown Heritage Foundation please contact us at:

Kommunity Kultura: kulintang for beginners
saturday august 27th at 2pm

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Kommunity Kultura is our traditional Philippine music, movement and cultural education program taking place at San Francisco’s International Hotel Manilatown Center. Each of our family-friendly workshops focus on a new topic, are oftentimes hands-on, and are accessible to all ages and levels of ability.

Please join us for a “Kommunity Kultura”
Beginning Kulintang Workshop on
Saturday, August 27th

Please join us for this community event by registering at

All levels and all ages welcome! When you register ahead of time through EventBrite for this FREE program, you will also receive a Thank You gift from us:

Teachers: Caroline Cabading and the Kultura Kapwa Community of Practice

Kommunity Kultura is Sponsored by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center and supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Learn more at and

Kommunity Kultura has also been made possible in part by a grant from the Alliance for California Traditional Arts, in partnership with the Walter & Elise Hass Fund, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

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For more information about Kommunity Kultura or the Manilatown Heritage Foundation please contact us at: