Saturday, May 5th, 2018
(Rain venue at Easton Middle School)
This event is free and all are welcome.
Originally created by Talbot County P.E.A.C.E. and debuting in 2000, the Multicultural Festival is a celebration of the rich diversity within our community, including the distinct heritages dating back several generations, and members of the numerous ethnic groups who have come to call this area their home. As our community has grown, so has the Multicultural Festival, and in 2009 Talbot County P.E.A.C.E partnered with the Avalon Foundation to accommodate the Festival's growing popularity.
Thanks to our 2018 sponsors!
Talbot County Friends of P.E.A.C.E
Provident State Bank
On the stage:
10 am- Bagpiper Randy Welch
10:15- Victoria Gomez- youth singer
10:30- Church of the Brethren with Cheryl Dayton- songs and instruments for children to play
11:00- Foster Parent of the Year Award & Recognition
11:20- Bay Country Chorus- barbershop
11:40- Reno Retu Natayalaya Dance Company- traditional Indian dances
12:00- Prayer for Peace & Unity led by Rev. Nancy Sajda
12:15- Sokka Gakkai International- drumming
12:30- Diego Guzman Dance Instruction- Salsa, Bachata, & a solo dance
12:45- Healthy Talbot
1:00- Magna Carda- Hip hop from Austin, TX
Contact Suzy Moore to get involved at 410-822-0345.
The Multicultural Festival celebrates cultural diversity by providing events that positively showcase cultural differences and encourages people to share and celebrate in unity.