Michigan International Festival Showcases Washtenaw Diversity

. March 5, 2018.
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Korean flag-dancing, Irish fiddle music, and Brazilian samba highlight the Michigan International Festival. Spend an evening celebrating the surprising wealth of cultures in our backyard through music and dance performances, poetry, storytelling, a crafts market and auction and an array of delicious cuisines prepared from traditional recipes. The event is sponsored by the Rotary Club in partnership with Washtenaw County businesses and cultural centers. Proceeds support the Hope Rising project for the education of girls.

$15
4:30 pm | Saturday March 10th

Towsley Auditorium, Washtenaw Community College,
4800 E. Huron River Drive.
734-973-3300 | michiganinternationalfestival.weebly.com

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