Sunday, 12 January 2014
Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots,as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and
information processing. The design of a given robotic system will often
incorporate principles of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, and computer science (particularly artificial intelligence).
Three groups of including elementary, middle school , high school, diverse ethnivicity, even geneder sidtribution, total of 37 students attended.More to follow.
Tuesday, 22 October 2013
KALAHI Philippine Dance Company -
a Filipino American folk dance group for children and adults. This group is
under the FCS' Family Academy program which promotes family participation and
involvement in education, culture, and arts. It empowers our families and
students to be proactive in community and school affairs.
Tonight's performance is
from the Maranao people of Lake Lanao in Mindanao - the second largest island
of the Philippine Archipelago. We start with the kids performing Kapa Malong
Malong which shows the many ways of wearing a malong, a simple tubular yet
hightly functional piece of cloth. This dance will be followed by Singkil (or
Sayaw sa Kasingkil) - a popular dance performed during celebrations and other
Learn more of our Philippine language,
culture, songs, dances and other activities. Please check out our Filipino
Community of Seattle website at www.fcseattle.org for more services and activities
Dance practice on Saturdays from 10 AM to noon here in
our FCS building.
Contact us at
Thursday, 26 September 2013
the Filipino Community of Seattle
By: Annabel Garcia-Andresen
exciting showing at Seattle Center’s FESTÁL
celebration Pagdiriwang, Hypin’ up
Young Pinoy/ay Entertainers (H.Y.P.E) is coming to the community! With a combination of returning 2013
Summer H.Y.P.E performers and new participants, September H.Y.P.E promises to
entertain and inspire. On September
20, 2013 performers and artists will converge at the Filipino Community Center
to share their talent with the community.
The event will run from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm with doors opening at 6:30
pm. A suggested donation of $5.00
is appreciated but not required and will be used to help continue bringing
H.Y.P.E. events at both Pagdiriwang
and during FCS’ Arts & Culture 3rd Friday series. Your donation will make a difference for
both the FCS & H.Y.P.E programs!
2012 Asian American Idol winner Takeshia Seward & Kontagious
will be taking center stage at September H.Y.P.E. with yet another electrifying
performance for the community.
Returning to the H.Y.P.E. stage are Kevin Quimosing with his unique blend
of original & cover music, Jessica Domingo’s melodious voice, the soulful
sound of CJ Stogsdill, and the musical talent of the group Music Is The Habit
(M.I.T.H.). September H.Y.P.E. also
welcomes the smooth hip hop dance of Michael Agonoy who wowed the Pagdiriwang crowd with his
interpretation of popular songs.
September H.Y.P.E. is also proud to welcome the widely recognized
Pilipino American Youth Organization (P.A.Y.O.) as this will mark its first
appearance on the H.Y.P.E. stage.
Their proven track record of excellence in performance promises to be
another highlight of the show.
Battalion Entertainment will once again provide its professional services
in stage management, advertising support, and performer support as it has since
the inception of H.Y.P.E.
H.Y.P.E strives to
provide opportunities for up and coming artists on a main stage while
introducing them to networking opportunities amongst the groups and/or general
public by also providing a printed program to attendees and participants. The printed program includes information
about the performers or artists and ways of contacting the
group/individual. The H.Y.P.E
planning committee, Charmaine Felix, Annabel Garcia-Andresen, and LeMar Mattox
created this program to support our Filipino and Filipino American youth in
their creative endeavors. Their
hope was that the youth would see this as an opportunity to showcase their
talent to a wider audience range including multigenerational and diverse
communities as well as to build a stronger performing arts and arts community.
To contact the H.Y.P.E committee please email
or check out our
FaceBook page (search H.Y.P.E Hypin’ up Young Pinoy/Pinay
Monday, 19 November 2012
Monday, 17 September 2012
Asold-out 4th FCS Asian American Idol show was held at FCC on
September 9th. 17 contestants competed and showcased their singing
talents. The winners are: Takesha Seward (champion), Ella Labarrete
(runner-up), Jesssica Domingo (3rd place). Judges were professional
musicians themselves: Angelo Pizarro, James Young, and Doc the Lion.
FCS Board Member Ruby Francisco chaired the successsful
event which provided entertainment to the audience, and also raised
funds to help support FCS programs.
Thursday, 23 August 2012
FCS Asian American Idol
We are once again proud to announce and present our 4th installment
of FCS ASIAN AMERICAN IDOL, brought to you by the (FCS) Filipino Community of
Seattle. This is definitely one of the major anticipated events within the
FCS. This will be a vocal competition within the greatest of singers
within the great northwest! This will involve a multitude of
Young Asian-Pacific Islander contestants and will compete for a
1st Place Trophy with a sponsored Cash Prize & Jewelry Gift (courtesy
of Ruby's Seattle Gift Gallery)
This contest will be the brink of an artistic gateway to a
journey of musical opportunity. All our young contestants will be given
the opportunity to be discovered, hone in on their craft and make their voice
known to the community as a starting point to their career. Some others may
just feel that this is an experience worth having and will be a stepping stone
to future opportunities of interest and extracurricular activity.
Regardless, FCS ASIAN AMERICAN IDOL has been and continues to uphold a
place of triumph, privilege and prestige within humble beginnings of a young
ones dream and aspiration in the music world.
Many great inspirational artists that have taken the first place
trophy home in the previous FCS ASIAN AMERICAN IDOL Contests, have soared to
newer heights in their musical careers and are considered local hometown
heroes. These include Bridget Hermano (2004), Eva Sabiniano (2007) &
Shannon Lei Bruno (2009). We are now ecstatic to see who will be the next to
fill the mantle of this years FCS ASIAN AMERICAN IDOL winner!
We are currently looking for any potential sponsors or donors
that is willing to aid us in prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners as well
as materials related to our event expenses.
Our primary support sponsors for this event will include, Ruby's
Seattle Gift Gallery, Shining Star Youth and Battalion Entertainment.
FCS ASIAN AMERICAN IDOL 4 will be held on Sunday September 9,
2012 at 5:30PM. Tickets are available and are $10 General Admission and $5
Discounted for Youth Children. Please contact us or visit BrownPaperTickets.com.
All proceeds benefit and support the FCS projects, programs and activities!
Let's support our future by believing in the talent of what are
youth can become tomorrow. We believe that the platform with FCS ASIAN AMERICAN IDOL does that in the inspirational art form
Your contribution and support is very much appreciated. For more information contact FCS Board Members Ruby Francisco or Lou Domingo
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