2021 Silicon Valley Day n Night Fun Festival

2021 Silicon Valley Day n Night Fun Festival – Fall Family Festival
Saturday, Sept. 11th, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm   Memorial Park, Cupertino

The Rotary Club of Cupertino announces that 2021 Silicon Valley Day n Night Fun Fest will take place at Memorial Park in Cupertino, Saturday, September 11 from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. This annual, multicultural community festival is a family-oriented event full of games, education, music, entertainment, and food for all. There is no entrance fee, and parking is free at De Anza College.

The official opening of the Day n Night Fun Fest will be held on the amphitheater stage at 11 a.m. with local dignitaries. Entertainment at the amphitheater will be continuous throughout the day.

All proceeds from the event go to local charitable projects conducted by The Rotary Club of Cupertino.

This year we celebrate 37 years of hosting the previous Silicon Valley Fall Festival 
WE WILL have food booths, entertainment- bands, art demos and exhibition, whiskey tasting and most probably wine and beer to make it a place to have an evening out for younger folks, people who can and want an evening away from families, and for those that attended the am festivities to come back and enjoy the evening and every other segment of the population in the community.
We hope you enjoy your time with us!


2021 Silicon Valley Day ‘n Nite Fun Fest Stage Entertainment Schedule

Date: September 11th, 2021    Time 11:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.

Opening Ceremony:

MCs: Diana Ding, Gauri Guleria

11:00 am Diana Ding and Gauri Guleria   announce the Opening of the Ceremony

11:03 am Singing of the National Anthem by Yin Chang, Computer science student

Flag Hoisting by Boy Scout Troop 479 and Cub Scouts Pack 492

11:10 am   Opening speech by Cupertino Rotary Club President Rod Sinks

11:15 am   Welcome speech by Cupertino Mayor Darcy Paul

11:20 am Closing Ceremony

Stage Performance

MCs: Diana Ding, Gauri Guleria, Josh Selo

11:30 am to 12:00 pm   Fremont High School Marching Band led by Director Joseph Kelly

12:10 pm to 12:40 pm Northwest YMCA Youth Zumba Instructor, Julia Seward

12:50 pm to 1:20 pm Chinese Folk Dance by International Performing Arts of America and Award winner Dance Haorou Shi

1: 25 pm to 1:40 pm Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center featuring Lena the Great Horned Owl…

1:45 to 2:00 pm The International Brotherhood of Magicians – David Martinez

2:00 pm to 2:30 pm   East West School of Music and Dance- Hip Hop, Ballet and Jazz

2:35 pm to 3:05 pm Graceful QiPao Fashion Show by Qi Vogue

MCs: Diana Ding, Gauri Guleria, Rod Sinks

3:10 pm to 3:30 pm East & West Modern Dance by Running Gao School of Dance

3:35 pm to 4:05 pm Madhuri Kishore School of Kuchipudi

4:10 pm to 4:40 Pm FALC Awards Ceremony

4:45 pm to 5:00 pm Violin duets by Mengdi Huang & Zhihao Ouyang

5:00pm to 5:35 pm Surprise Performances

5:40 pm to 7:30 pm Font 72 – Band playing American music from the 60’s to the 90’s

7:35 End

Festival Map:

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Fine Art Show:

Pictures from previous Festivals


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The funds we raise are important to our core outreach projects, but more than that, there is a hands-on component in each project we do. Our members volunteered over 10,000 hours in just one year working to make our community a better place. Cupertino Rotary’s members broadly reflect the diversity of our community and come from all sectors of the community: they are the leaders of our local and corporate businesses, schools, city staff and our non-profit community organizations. You are invited to join us – either in helping us fulfill our mission in the community – or as a prospective member of our club. We can guarantee that you will be able to do much good, make new friends and realize a level of personal fulfillment that is hard to find elsewhere in our community.
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Service Above Self, one of Rotary’s most cherished axioms is demonstrated through Community Service. In 2015-16 thousands of hours of volunteer work hours and over $100,000 were devoted to projects that made seniors homes safer, delivered turkey and trimmings to more than 400 community residents, built a playroom for children with disabilities, and renovated a home for autistic children. Rotarians utilized their skills as pumpkin carvers, painters, builders, planters, and cheer givers to make sure that our local community benefited.
 Youth Service
Building confidence, self-esteem, and leadership skills are fostered through the programs of Youth Service. The high-school students, called Interactors, are mentored through Rotary Advisors. They raise money and do projects of their design. Events such as our Kid’s Fishing Day, Kid’s Shopping Day and Dr. Seuss Reading Day connect our Rotarians with the younger children of our community-brightening their days and building their skills.
 Vocational Service
Through our Vocational Service activities, we grant funds to teachers to let them add technology, fund field trips, and purchase software to inspire Cupertino high school students to explore our ever changing world.
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