Cultural Diversity in the Northland
March 25, 2013
On March 23rd, a lot of people gathered in Park Hill South High School to celebrate the ethnic and cultural diversity in the Northland. The Northland Ethnic Festival featured ethnic displays, music and dancing, children's crafts, and genealogy help. The Festival has been a huge success for 10 years now. It is coordinated by the Platte County University of Missouri Extension, Park Hill School District, Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods, Mid-Continent Public Library, and the Ethnic Enrichment Commission.
Thank you to everyone who made it happen and to everyone who attended!
Be sure to join us for Culturally Diverse Expressions on Saturday, April 20 at 2:00 p.m. This program will feature the acapella duet, Serenity; Dominique Boswell reading her award-winning poem, United; the Hula Girls from Oak Park High School; and the Latin Dancers from North Kansas City High School.