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Join Yalla Arabi for the 21st Annual King Tut Festival!

The 21th annual King Tut Festival, sponsored by the St. Antonius Coptic Church in Hayward, offers a glimpse into one of the most storied and ancient civilizations in the world. The Festival will be filled with delicious foods and crafts as well as historical and cultural information about Egypt. This is a great event for the entire family!

The King Tut Festival is a three-day event. Yalla Arabi will be going on Sunday, September 8.

ADMISSION IS FREE!

Friday, September 6, 5pm - 10pm
Saturday, September 7 10am - 9pm
Sunday, September 8 12pm - 8pm

St. Antonius Coptic Church
2500 Hansen Rd, Hayward, California 94541

For more information, visit us at www.kingtutfestival.com

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  • Faiza

    We are meeting at the entrance at 1pm if anyone wants to meet up!

    September 5, 2013

    • Faiza

      UPDATE: Sunday is the correct date we will be attending the 3 day King Tut Festival. See you at the door at 1:30pm if you would like to attend with us on Sunday.

      September 6, 2013

    • Rasha

      Sorry, can't make it Sunday. But I'm still planning on going tomorrow. Hope to meet you at other events.

      September 6, 2013

  • Farah Jahan Siddiqui B.

    Hi Everyone,

    Apologies, but I just changed the date of the meet up to Sunday at 1 pm because I cannot attend on Saturday. Please note that the King Tut Festival actually starts tonight, Friday, and goes through Sunday. If you are unable to make the meet up on Sunday, I encourage you to attend either Friday night or Saturday to support the Egyptian community. Again, I'm sorry about the last-minute date change. I accidentally scheduled the meet up for Saturday, Sept. 7 when I meant to do it on Sunday, Sept. 8th.

    Insha'Allah, I hope to see you on Sunday!

    September 6, 2013

  • Farah Jahan Siddiqui B.

    It's supposed to be very hot this weekend so I recommend that people attending the festival bring a hat and drink plenty of water. There are usually some tables set up that have a covering for shade but you'll be walking around in the sun. There are some vendors inside the church building so you can go inside. There are also tours of the church.

    The festival isn't that big and is very low-key compared to some other festivals. If you go to the website, you will see the info for the shuttle. It's tricky to park at the festival so you may have to walk a bit if you decide to bring your car. The food is good. They offer some dishes from Alexandria, Egypt and have an amazing array of desserts.

    September 5, 2013

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