WORTHINGTON — Dressed in traditional Eritrean garments, a group of women gathered around a coffee pot in the late afternoon heat Saturday, beaming with pride as they welcomed visitors to their display at the 19th annual International Festival on the grounds of the Nobles County Government Center in downtown Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
Annual multicultural extravaganza to take place for 19th time
WORTHINGTON — While the newly planted trees on the grounds of the Nobles County Government Center in downtown Worthington may not yet provide significant shade, that won’t stop hundreds of culture-hungry people from gathering at the spot this Friday and Saturday for the 19th annual International Festival.
It was a joy to see and listen to the talent show as part of the International Festival last Friday afternoon.RELATED CONTENT
How do you say “welcome” 39 times? Here’s an answer: Say it in 39 different languages — something that apparently can be done in Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — The people represented by the International Festival flag quilt have traversed thousands of miles in their travels to Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Registration forms for the 2010 International Festival Talent Contest are now available.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Registration forms for the 2010 International Festival Talent Contest are now available.
WORTHINGTON - Registration forms are now available for the 2010 Worthington International Festival Talent Contest.
WORTHINGTON — Thousands of people gathered on the Nobles County Government Center lawn Friday and Saturday to enjoy the International Festival, tasting food, purchasing gifts, watching dances and listening to music from the many cultures of Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
- Enjoying the activities
- Mariachi band Flor y Canto plays at the International Festival July 11, 2009, in Worthington.
- Gallery: International Festival 2009
- Celtic rockers Highland Reign play at the International Festival in Worthington July 10, 2009.
- Ethiopian group Kabtamu Gizaw plays at the International Festival July 11, 2009, in Worthington.
- Bringing some cultural flavor
- A new cultural perspective
- Talk about this topic
- Singers demonstrate traditional Karen music at the International Festival, July 11, 2009, in Worthington.
Kuiny Gach, 10 of Worthington, carries Kenya’s flag across the courtyard during the flag parade as part of opening ceremonies Friday night for the International Festival in Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Thanks to a collaboration between JBS and its union, U.F.C.W. Local 1161, there will be a lot of extra color at the 2009 International Festival, which begins tonight and continues through Saturday on the lawn of the Nobles County Government Center in Worthington.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — The International Festival returns this weekend with the wide range of cultural experiences forged together for this annual, two-day event.RELATED CONTENT