Cultural Arts Festival in Louisburg, NC is Nov. 16

Diversity Team logo. Source: Franklin County Arts Council
Diversity Team logo. Source: Franklin County Arts Council

On Saturday, November 16, 2019, 1-4pm, the Franklin County Arts Council (FCAC) Diversity Team will hold its annual Cultural Arts Festival.

Come for the afternoon to hear gospel and blue grass singers and guitarists, watch liturgical and African dances, listen to live poetry, and shop local vendors.

Hear Gospel singer Nathaniel Cooke (Louisburg, NC) who is a former singer with nationally famous The Brooklyn All Stars, and Alicia Eller, Hispanic singer/guitarist.

Listen to Anthony Harris, area minister and expert on the history of gospel music

Watch a performance by Cindy Miller-Walker, liturgical dancer

There will also be displays of Native American and Japanese art.

Vendors will be offering a variety of cultural and artistic items for sale. Only a few spaces remain at this point, for those interested in participating.

The Cultural Arts Festival will be held in Building 4 at Vance-Granville Community College, 8100 NC-56 Hwy, Louisburg, North Carolina. Admittance is free

The purpose of this annual festival is to showcase the talents and cultural aspects of diverse populations in the Franklin County area. To find out more about performances and vendor opportunities, see Diversity Team information at

Follow Franklin County Arts Council activities on Facebook and Twitter.


Source: Jackie Dove-Miller, FCAC Diversity Team

Ed. note: Originally published October 4, 2019. Updated October 15.

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