It’s a blending and showcasing of cultures—music, dance, cuisine, traditions, and more. This year, The Philippines, Haiti, India, France, Sri Lanka, Denmark, Somalia, Mexico, Central African Republic, and Japan will be the countries represented. This is a great opportunity to become better informed about other cultures and get a taste of them…both an entertaining and educational experience.
This event was started by Cultural Diversity Resources and moved to the Hjemkomst Center. Pangea—Cultivate our Cultures is taking place again this year on November 12 from 10am-4pm at the Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County and is free and open to the public.
Take a look at the map if you need help finding the location of the event!