World Turkish Coffee Day Celebration & Cultural Shows
Turkish coffee is a common cultural heritage for all humanity. To celebrate this cultural heritage together, Turkish Coffee Lady Foundation invites you to join us at the cultural festivities on December 4th.
In honor of World Turkish Coffee Day, the event will feature:
Kardelen Turkish Dance Ensemble
Live Art Performance & Art Exhibition by Microangelo Hasan Kale
Turkish Coffee Tales of Anatolia Documentary
Turkish Coffee & Dessert Sampling
Mini Holiday Bazaar & Holiday Raffle with surprise gifts
* This event is open to the public. $20 per person, $10 for students, free for children under 15.
** Proceeds will benefit the “ALIVE” Food program in Alexandria, VA.
For questions, please contact us at [email protected] or 202-492-4429
The Turkish Coffee Lady Foundation, world’s first coffee diplomacy platform, is empowering Turkish coffee culture while fostering cross-cultural relations. The volunteer-led foundation was established on International Women’s Day in March 2020 and is committed to support women entrepreneurship in the U.S. and beyond.
Hasan Kale; a world-renowned micro artist master who can turn tiny objects into miniscule paintings. Known as Turkey’s Microangelo, Kale’s exquisitely detailed paintings include pumpkin seeds, coffee beans, rice grains, chickpeas and tiny discarded items such as matchsticks to bottle caps. One of İstanbul’s most famous and talented artists, Hasan Kale will be showcasing some tiny masterpieces and unique designs during this live show at the Masonic National Memorial. In addition to documentary screening and Kale’s breathtaking exhibition, the event will also include a mini-bazaar and a raffle drawing.
Kardelen Turkish Dance Ensemble is a group of dancers dedicated to promoting the culture of Turkey through dances from the region. Kardelen Dance Ensemble takes its name from a resilient Anatolian mountain flower that survives under hardship and severe weather circumstances. The group members are committed to helping underprivileged children in developing countries who survive under difficult circumstances, just like the Kardelen flower, and therefore donate a portion of revenues to organizations that are engaged in the education and health of children.