Friday, January 24, 2014

Learn with me program offered by Panda Express.


Panda Express is a unique fast food restaurant that is very popular here in Southern California. They have over 1600 location throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.  Their food is delicious and cooked fresh every day. They offer gourmet Chinese food that is Panda Express ready.  My kids love the brown rice with Teriyaki Chicken. I love the Shrimp and veggies with brown rice and hubby loves the Beef Broccoli. We all enjoy our meals and share with one another family style. It is a great value the price is just right. To help teachers, parents and caregivers share the traditions of the Chinese New Year the year of the Horse they are offering  a free kit. Read below to find out how to access it from your home.
The people at Panda Express want to share their love of their culture by offering a free educational kit on the topic of the Chinese New Year. As you know Chinese New Year is just around the corner and this year it's the year of the Horse. To get your own free kit just fill out a form online. Here is the link:
Want to experience the Chinese New Year first hand then take the OC Metro Link to Chinatown, Los Angeles California this February 1st. There you will find the 115th annual Golden Dragon Parade. The day will be filled with cultural performances and gourmet food trucks. It promises to be a fun filled day. 
  
The OC Metro is giving the first one hundred people a free roundtrip train ticket to the Chinese New Year parade. Just arrive by 8am.
Irvine Station located at:15215 Barranca Parkway
Irvine, CA 92618
You may also purchase a $10.00 weekend pass. Metrolink offers a Weekend Day Pass for only $10. This pass allows a passenger to ride anytime, anywhere systemwide on either Saturday or Sunday. The Weekend Day Pass includes free rail and bus connections throughout Southern California. Great deal if you plan on enjoying the weekend traveling between Orange County and Los Angeles County.  Read how you can win prizes while you wait for the train by visiting their link  OCTA Metro.
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