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15th annual Wyandotte County Ethnic Festival

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Location Kansas City
Dates April 11, 2020 - April 11, 2020

From 15th annual Wyandotte County Ethnic Festival Website:

Over 1,000 people attend this one day festival each year to celebrate the beauty of human diversity while at the same time recognizing our common humanity. The festival is in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King's dream of making connections with all members of our human family. The mission of the festival is to foster a climate of inclusiveness promoting relationships and contact among all people. We all love our own cultural traditions and witness how others would come to love theirs. In this way we can all have one day to be on display and acknowledge that yes, we are one "Beloved Community" learning how to live more peacefully together.

There will be ten different types of ethnic foods at (*cash only) food booths at the entrance of the festival and over 60 ethnicities, countries, local organizations, and vendors. It is a wonderful educational event for people of any age. It is way to travel around the world without leaving the Dotte! Our main sponsors are KCKCC and United Government of Wyandotte County Department of Human Services. There will be at least 15 performance groups including Hmong Dancers, and Chin Traditional Bamboo Dance as well as traditional performances by Mexico, Scotland, China, India, Ireland, Morocco, Peru, Germany, and Panama. Live music performances include a Croatian Orchestra, a Serbian Choir, folk music, and an ever popular gospel choir.
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Show hoursSat 11am-5.30pm
Public Admission PriceFree
Year #15
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