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The Voice of the Black Community
17th Annual Multicultural Festival
Family Fun
Date: May 4, 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Show map
Finch Park
15 Paul Beck Rd.
Lexington, NC 27292

Contact: Tammy Curry
Phone: 336-248-3960
Email: tammyc@lexingtonnc.net

The Multicultural Festival is a family oriented event that celebrates diverse cultures.  Eight to ten thousand festival attendees also enjoy additional villages and activities such as Children’s International Village, TeenScene, Multicultural Festival Butterfly Arts Pavilion, International Stage, amusements and a Community and Non-Profits area.

The festival will also host its 2nd Annual Multicultural Festival 5K Run/Walk for Wellness that will be held on Saturday, April 20th .

The Multicultural Festival is free admission including shuttle service provided every 15 minutes to the park from Roses Shopping Center.  Come shop with our crafters, artisans and eat great ethnic foods at reasonable prices.

For additional information on how you can attend, host your own exhibit or become a vendor please contact the City of Lexington Recreation Department at 336-248-3960. You may also reach us at our website www.lexingtonnc.net or look us up on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/lexingtonrecreation.




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