CCEI Night Market success and sell out

Anna Norwalt, Reporter

On Mon. April 4, Center for Cultural Engagement and Inclusion held a night market with games, dancing, and free food at Kingsmen Park.

Senior Terehna Soriano, working in CCEI and as lead of this event said she enjoyed having this event in her final year at Cal Lutheran..

“This is one of my last events, like big events, as a senior so it’s like really bittersweet,” Soriano said.

The event hosted the Bollywood Kitchen and Okamoto Kitchen food trucks and offered students free food with a ticket. The event was so full that tickets ran out after the first 15 minutes.

The event offered a space for students to learn Tinikling, a traditional Filipino dance. There was also a row of educational games with prizes, origami, lei making and tables with different Asian snacks.