EXPAND YOUR MIND
Intercultural Festival 2013 will be March 26!
Intercultural Festival has been a Grand Valley tradition since 2005, but has roots dating back as far as the founding of Grand Valley State College in 1963. We host this event each year as a way to recognize the ways in which we are all diverse. Intercultural Festival recognizes that culture represents a spectrum of traits in people that are not only confined to ethnicity.
The festival is a way to recognize how we all belong to a culture and that we should celebrate it. The goal for the event is to have the audience feel like they are at a festival. We want our guests to enjoy good food, music, dance, displays, and most of all, we want them to walk away having learned something new about a culture different from their own.
Come Join us for Cultural Displays, Food, Activities, Dance, Music and Art!
5:15pm BSU Dance Instruction
5:30pm Capoeira Mandinga
6:00pm Michigan Okinawa Association of Chimugukuru-kai
7:00pm Padnos International Center Trivia Game
7:30pm Ghanaian Dance-Drumming
7:45pm Brazillian Jiu Jistu
8:00pm Belly Dance Club
8:15pm African Student Council
8:30pm Olde World Music
9:15pm Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority Inc.
9:30pm A Cappella GrooVe
9:45pm Rhythm In Blue
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Student Life at 616-331-2345.
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