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Friday, October 5, 2012

City Slang: International Festival in Southfield

Posted By on Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 7:56 AM

All weekend, the City of Southfield, in partnership with the International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit, is hosting the International Festival Friday, October 5 – Sunday, October 7 in the Southfield Pavilion, 26000 Evergreen Road.

They say, “The International Festival is a fun, affordable and enriching event for the entire family. The festival will offer international music and dance performances throughout the entire weekend including Polish, Indian, African, Spanish, Greek, Korean, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Ukrainian and many others; children’s hands-on activities; cultural exhibits; and ethnic art and craft demonstrations. Guests will also be able to purchase imported products, handmade crafts, jewelry, fabrics, apparels and other unique gifts from around the world at the international bazaar. A variety of international and ethnic food will also be available for purchase. A weekend pass is just $3 per person or $5 per family with free parking.”

This looks like an amazing event, and it’s happening now. An incredible selection of music and dance from around the world is on offer. For the full entertainment lineup, visit the official site.

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