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UNCG will host International Festival April 6

Photo of dancers at I-FestEnjoy a world of cultures and culinary delights.

UNC Greensboro’s International Programs Center invites you to the 37th annual International Festival (I-Fest) this Saturday (April 6) at Kaplan Commons (EUC Lawn) from noon to 5 p.m. I-Fest is one of UNCG’s largest and longest running events, bringing together the campus and surrounding communities for a celebration of culture and global learning. The annual celebration promotes cultural awareness, appreciation, and understanding through music, food, crafts, demonstrations, and entertainment from all corners of the globe.

I-Fest is an event open to the UNCG community and the general public during which you can come to experience and learn about the diverse world we live in. As an I-Fest visitor, you’ll be able to see, hear, smell, and taste various cultures from around the planet. At I-Fest you’ll discover a “global village” of cultural booths accompanied by live entertainment throughout the festival.

Take your “passport” around the world to collect stamps from each booth and get entered for a raffle prize.

The event is guaranteed fun for families and people of all ages, and is free and open to the public.

For additional information, including directions and parking, visit the I-Fest page here.