International Festivals
Holland 2006
PhilCAS was invited to two multicultural festivals in Holland for two weeks (from July 30 to August 14) and showed different countries just a handful of what the Philippines has to offer.


Italy 2008
PhilCAS spent three weeks in four Italian towns and cities: three days in Moliterno, a week in Roccalumera, a week in Caltavuturo, and five days in Agrigento, where they showcased their Filipino culture through folk dance.

Turkey 2012
PhilCAS spent 10 unforgettable days in the Kucukekmece region of Istanbul, Turkey. PhilCAS performed for the Dragon Boat Lake Festival as well as bonded with both the locals and the performers involved in the festival.


Cultural Exchanges Within Canada
Montreal 2006
A two week exchange between PhilCAs of BC and Pamana ng LuzViMinda of Montreal.

Toronto 2007
A two week exchange between PhilCAs of BC and Folklorico Pilipino of Toronto.

Montreal 2011
A two week exchange between PhilCAs of BC and Pamana ng LuzViMinda of Montreal.

Edmonton 2012
A two week exchange between PhilCAs of BC and Karilagan Dance Society of Edmonton.






Philippine Panorama 2013

Poetically expressing through folk dance and music, the multi-faceted Filipino culture assembled from various influences and tribes around the country.

Special Guests: Kimwell Del Rosario and Ed & Salve Dayao

Date: Sunday, November 3, 2013
Venue: Gateway Theater, Richmond




Mabuhay 2012

A special night of Filipino folk dance, featuring our Junior and Sayaw Pambata performing group.

Special guests: Kimwell and Grace del Rosario and Charlene and Edwin Festejo.

Date: Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 7:00PM
Venue: Genesis Theater, Ladner




Mabuhay 2010

A collaboration with Pamana ng LuzViMinda, showcasing spanish influenced and rural dances.

This event included filipino food for everyone to try as well as a photobooth where people can take pictures with the performers in costume.

Date: Saturday, July 31, 2008 at 5:30PM
Venue: St. Monica's Parish Hall, Richmond



Mabuhay 2009

An theater performance where PhilCAS of BC proved to the audience how beautiful and diverse the Filipino culture is.

Featured the Sayaw Pang-Kabataan children performers as well as some of their parents who chose to participate in this event.

Date: Saturday, Nov 21, 2009 at 7:00PM
Venue: Genesis Theater, Ladner



Mabuhay 2008

An hour performance showcasing the different dance styles of the Philippines.

Featuring the Sayaw Pang-Kabataan Recital and PhilCAS’ Performing Arts Delegation to the Italian Festivals in Summer 2008.

Date: Saturday, April 26, 2008 at 7:00PM
Venue: St. Paul's Parish Hall, Richmond




Tradisyon 2008

An hour long showcase consisting of Philippine music and dance, which serves as a fundraiser for PhilCAS’ Performing Arts Delegation to the Italian Festivals in Summer 2008.

Date: Saturday, February 23, 2008 at 5:00PM
Venue: New Westminster Community Church

Event organized by Eva Jimenez



Sayaw Pangkabataan 2008

PhilCAS is proud to present its second Children's Dance Workshop, this time with a mixture of children and teens. It's a fourteen week program that will give them, the children, the chance to learn the traditional dances of the Philippines.

PhilCAS hopes that these children will soon be able to participate in national exchanges as well.

Details: Fridays only from 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Venue: 3rd Floor, Richmond Caring Place


Kamloops 2007

PhilCAS was invited to an event sponsored by the FILCAN Association in Kamloops.

This is PhilCAS of BC's second performance in Kamloops held at the same venue. The first one was back in May of 2000.

Date: October 13, 2007 at 7:30PM
Venue: OLPH Parish Centre, Kamloops, BC




Mabuhay 2007

A collaboration performance with our twin group from Toronto, Folklorico Filipino Canada. Also featuring the SAYAW PAMBATA dance recital of PhilCAS little sisters and brothers from ages 6-12.

"Experience a night of traditional dance and music as we bring you the richness of Philippine culture..."

Date: Sunday, July 29, 2007 at 7:00PM
Venue: St. Monica's Parish Hall, Richmond


Sayaw Pambata 2007

PhilCAS is proud to present its first Children's Dance Workshop. It's a fourteen week program that will give them, the children, the chance to learn the traditional dances of the Philippines.

PhilCAS hopes that these children will soon be able to participate in national exchanges as well.

Details: Fridays only from 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Venue: 3rd Floor, Richmond Caring Place


Bagong Anyo 2005

With lots of interested kids and teens joining the society, PhilCAS delivered a show called Bagong Anyo which means "New Face".

The newbies were trained by the senior performers and in the end, joined forces with them to deliver an hour long spectacle, filled with Philippine folk music and dance.

Details: Saturday, April 30th at 6:30PM
Venue: St. Monica Parish Hall, Richmond



BRAVO Pilipinas 2002

"Celebrating the best of Filipino dance and music"

PhilCAS of BC and Kababayang Pilipino of Surrey collaborated and became PPAG (Philippine Performing Arts Guild), for this highly anticipated special event.

This is also PhilCAS of BC's first live theatre performance.

Date: Saturday, October 12, 2002 @ 2PM and 7PM
Venue: Massey Theatre, New Westminster


Pasko 2000

With the previous year's smashing success, Lahi, now known as PhilCAS of BC, continued the tradision by holding a second fundraiser during the Christmas holidays.

With new dances and more experience, the performers gave the audience a professional and entertaining performance.

Date: December 2, 2000 @ 6PM
Venue: Helenic Community Centre, Vancouver



Pamaskong Handog 1999

Lahi Cultural Arts Society's 1st fundraiser.

Just in time for the holidays, the theme for this event was celebrating the Christmas season. It was such a huge success that people were coming in even after the event was sold out.

Date: December 4, 1999 @ 6:30PM
Venue: Southarm United Church, Richmond








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