Many aspects of the Philippine Cultural Center have visual impact as well as cultural, historical, and community impact.
Contemporary and historical Philippine art, along with a commemoration to community investors and donors, are on a display in the marble-floored lobby and the meetings rooms.
A community bulletin board allows for local event promotion. Local and national Filipino newspapers are distributed at the center.
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The Living Fountain
The Filipinas Fountain is a colorfully landscaped with a quaintly cascading waterfall and koi fish pond. The tricking waterfalls creates a soothing and relaxing soundscape for fountain visitors.
Veterans Memorial Garden
To honor the veterans who fought and died to protect freedom in the Philippines and the U.S., a garden was designed featuring bricks engraved with the names of fallen soldiers and retired service men & women . The Veterans Memorial Garden is the centerpiece during Memorial Day and Veterans Day commemorations.
Dr. Jose Rizal Library
The PCC’s collection of Filipino and Filipino-American non-fiction, fiction and historical manuscripts is a tribute to to Dr. Jose Rizal, revolutionary and author. Rizal’s writings provided the spark for the Filipino uprising against its Spanish colonizers. Donations of Fil-Am history and literature are welcome.