Cultures unite for Davenport festival

November 6, 2012 by  

The Unity Fest International, usually a great family event featuring celebration and entertainment from many cultures around the world, will come to Davenport this weekend. The festival shows the diversity and color used by various cultures through traditional dress and performances from their native lands.

Among the thrills and spills will be live performances from around the globe, including interactive ethnic celebrations of dance, live demonstrations, an assortment of cooking classes, a number of children’s games and crafts, and an entire ethnic food court. There will be an international food market on the grounds that will offer gourmet items from around the world and, during the evening hours, there will be live music, as well as the opportunity to taste the various international cuisines and wines.

With something to offer everyone and all ages welcome, the organizers are expect 2,500 attendees at this year’s events. Guests are sure to enjoy a good time as they watch the demonstration and join in on the festivities, trying out some of the dances.

Poster printing and flyer printing, as well as other printing services, may have been used to spread the word about this great ethnic festival to residents of this community and the surrounding areas.

The Unity Fest International 2012 is free to attend and is happening on Saturday, November 10, starting at 10:00 am at the Putnam Museum located at 1717 West 12th Street in Davenport, Iowa. For more details, please visit Putnam Museum with the National Geographic Giant Screen Theatre website or call 563-324-1933 during business hours.