Hmong Cultural Center provides Citizenship and ESL classes, Hmong Cultural Arts Classes, and a Hmong Museum and Library.
Formed in 1992 and located in the Little Mekong district on the Green Line LRT at University Avenue near Western Avenue in Frogtown in Saint Paul, MN, Hmong Cultural Center is all about education and promoting community between Hmong and non-Hmong. Hmong Cultural Center serves more than 3,000 persons a year in its programs. Hmong Cultural Center helps Hmong refugees and immigrants integrate into U.S. Society through its long-running ESL and Citizenship classes. Hmong Cultural Center teaches young people Hmong Cultural Traditions including the Qeej musical instrument, Hmong marriage and funeral songs, and Hmong and Lao traditional dances. Hmong Cultural Center provides a unique interactive Hmong Museum and Library open to the public for tour groups, students and scholars seeking to learn about Hmong culture and history and Hmong contributions to Minnesota. Hmong Cultural Center gives presentations about the Hmong people and Hmong culture to hundreds of non-Hmong and Hmong each year through its Hmong 101 Program.
All donations are tax-deductible.
Hmong Cultural Center Qeej Troupe performs at the Little Mekong Night Market in Saint Paul, MN, August 16, 2014.