Wake Forest’s Inaugural Multicultural Day is Mar. 23

Multicultural Day image. Source: Town of Wake Forest
Multicultural Day image. Source: Town of Wake Forest

The Wake Forest Human Relations Council encourages community unity and increases awareness of the unique cultures Wake Forest has to offer. As part of this goal, the council is hosting its first “Multicultural Day” on Saturday, March 23, 2019, 1-4pm.

The day will include several musical performances, a display of local students’ artwork showcasing their countries of origin, and a variety of foods including free samples.

Multicultural Day will be held at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S Brooks Street, Wake Forest, North Carolina.

For more information, visit www.wakeforestnc.gov/citizen-engagement/community-calendar/multicultural-day. Follow the town on Facebook for updates.

Wake Forest is located minutes north of Raleigh, NC, and parts of the town span Wake and Franklin counties. The town includes dozens of historic properties and public parks. Free concerts and public events are frequently held along White Street and at the Wake Forest Renaissance Center.

 

Source: Town of Wake Forest

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