Children to sample cultural diversity

April 26, 2013 by  

his weekend will see the 4th International Children’s Friendship Festival come to Seattle, bringing children together from many countries around the world to perform unique and traditional musical performances, songs, and dance numbers.

This is a great family event that features something for everyone to enjoy, while also promoting awareness about different cultures. Brochure printing and poster printing were most likely used to spread the word to this community and neighboring communities.

The two-day festival stars a number of talented children from many countries who perform traditional or unique dance numbers, songs, and various musical performances. Guesting children will enjoy origami, face painting, games, fun activities, and book reading.

The event was designed to showcase the various cultures from a number of countries and to provide cultural understanding at a younger age. When arriving at the event, children will be provided with a ‘World Citizen Passport’ that will encourage the children to visit the table represented from each country in attendance. Children who participate in the forum activities discuss various educational problems that occur in different regions of the world. By the end of this event, children and their parents should have a much better understanding of all the cultures represented.

Admission to this event is free and all are welcome. The festival will be happening from tomorrow, April 27, and Sunday, April 28, starting at 10:30 am each day at The Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute in Seattle, Washington, just down the road from Everett. To learn more, please visit the 4th Annual International Children’s Friendship Festival website.