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Cranbrook Multicultural Festival

The Cranbrook Multi-cultural Society is presenting our city’s first ever Multicultural Festival. The Festival will be held on August 16th from 11:00 – 3:00 at Rotary Park Cranbrook.

We invite you and your family to join us celebration our diversity in the community. 12 cultures will be presented at the festival, namely Canadian, Ktunaxa, Metis, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, East Indian, Filipino, Italian, Dutch, South African, and Vietnamese. The unique cultures will be presented through cultural booth, food, music and performance. In the cultural booth you will learn about a culture’s art, artifacts, traditions... The food being sampled at the festival are all authentic homemade items. The high light of the live performance is a fashion show where we showcase the traditional clothing. National anthems will be played throughout the event. For children of all ages there is a cultural craft making station where children will learn about culture through hand on activity.

For more information please visit www.cbkmulticulture.org

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