The mission of the Lao Hmong Family Association of San Diego (LHFA) is to preserve Hmong arts and cultural heritage, and at the same time to enhance the quality of life for the Hmong people by promoting higher education and social services.
LHFA Brochure (pdf)
San Diego Lao New Year 2012
2012 Graduation Party Pics
Potluck Picnic 8/124/2013
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Ntuj No Tuaj Lawm - Sung by JW Band during the LHFA Graduation Party, June 27, 2015. Click here to watch video.
LHFA Scholarship Application
SD New Year ‘16 Magazine
Potluck Lunch at SD New Year
Mr. Hmong Southern California
CA Hmong New Year 2018
SD Hmong NY 2016 Pics
San Diego Hmong New Year 2018
The Lao Hmong Family Association of San Diego (LHFASD) cordially invites you to celebrate our 42nd Hmong New Year celebration on December 16-18, 2017 at Kearny Mesa Recreational Park, 3170 Armstrong St. San Diego, CA 92111from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The much-anticipated Hmong New Year brings together the Hmong American communities from San Diego, Southern California, and different parts of the United States to celebrate our culture and traditions. Traditionally celebrated at the end of the harvest to rejoice the previous year’s fruitfulness and welcome the New Year’s promise, this annual festivity fosters older traditions to build on hope for the future. This celebration contributes to the cultural diversity of Linda Vista and the larger San Diego community through renewing and creating friendships.
The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. on the opening day. Admission to our Hmong New Year at the park has always been open to the public free of charge. A delicious pot luck lunch courtesy of the Hmong people in San Diego County will be served around noon.
We will conclude the opening day with a New Year Party at the Vietnamese Federation Hall, 7833 Linda Vista Rd, San Diego, CA 92111 from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. A $20 donation per person is requested at the door.
Again, on behalf of the Hmong community of San Diego, We invite and welcome you to be a vital part of this tradition and are looking forward to seeing you and your family.