At each table, families could taste authentic food, see artifacts, pictures, and clothing. There were performances from Ireland, Vietnam, Germany, Ukraine, Scotland, a Chinese dragon dancing team, an accordion player and our very own student folk dancers. Students enjoyed learning interesting facts about the different countries, making a variety of cultural crafts and filling out their very own passport with stickers and buttons as they traveled the globe, one table at a time.
Thank you to all our volunteers who helped make this event a memorable experience for everyone - gracias, arigato, danke sehr, imena, terima kasih, mahalo, efharisto, xie xie, merci, gamsahabnida, spasiba, salamat, grazie, mālō, amesegënallô!!!