Celebrate the rich diversity of our area, learn about cultural differences, and share in unity at the 2nd annual Multi-Cultural Festival on Saturday, September 15, from 11am-3pm. The festival, sponsored by the Caroline County Public Library, will be held at the Greensboro Community Center (in front of the North County Branch Library, MRDC & Head Start building). Admission is free.
Enjoy dance from all over the world, with performances of West African dance from the group A Master’s Peace, the traditional Indian dance of Reno Retu Natayalaya and belly dance by Sammadi Dance Company, along with dance from local favorite To the Pointe Dance Studio.
Enjoy the sweet sounds of gospel music from Friends in Faith, and taste diverse cultures with Muhammad’s Caribbean Kitchen, Tenchi’s Spanish American fare, soul food from Aretha’s Creative Touch, hot dogs from Dobson’s Dogs and sno-cones from Sno-Angels.
In addition, local agencies, organizations and small businesses will offer information, giveaways and items for purchase.
In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to the Greensboro Elementary School.
For a full schedule of performers or for more information, please visit the library’s website, carolib.org, or call 410-479-1343.