The Karen Wrist-Tying Ceremony is an annual event held in August. The Karen people tie threads around their wrists as a way to protect themselves from illness and preserve their cultural heritage. Festivities such as a feast and traditional dancing usually follow the ceremony.
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Saturday, Aug 19th:
Soccer, Volleyball, and Takraw Tournament: 8 am – 7 pm
Concert: 7 pm – 11 pm
Sunday, Aug 20th
MAIN EVENT: KAREN TRADITIONAL WRIST TYING CEREMONY: 10 am -5 pm