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April 16, 2019, Tuesday - Thai New Year Celebration at Sawatdee (2 days)

Time: 6 PM – 8 PM

Location: Sawatdee Thai Restaurant, 607 Washington Avenue S

Thai New Year Celebration

Join us for on April 16th and 17th for Thai dancing, a water blessing and special menu as we celebrate Song Kran (Thai New Year) at Sawatdee Minneapolis.

Great family friendly event; no cover. The show starts at 7 PM. Seatings from 6-7 PM.

This year we are thrilled to be partnering with local non-profit organizations to support hunger relief and Minnesotans struck by cancer. Each night we will be donating 10% of our sales to:
Tuesday April 16th - Second Harvest Heartland
Wednesday, April 17th - Angel Foundation

Second Harvest Heartland is one of the largest, most efficient and most innovative hunger relief organizations in the nation. In close partnership with nearly 1,000 food shelves, food pantries and other meal programs, Second Harvest Heartland helps the one in 11 people in Minnesota and western Wisconsin who face hunger every day.

Angel Foundation is a local non-profit organization that provides emergency financial assistance, family education and support to Minnesotan adults struck by cancer. In 2018, Angel Foundation awarded more than $815,000 in grants to Minnesota adults struck by cancer to help with non-medical expenses like rent, mortgage payments, utilities, gas and groceries.