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Minneapolis Park & Rec Board Invites you to the December 1 Minneapolis International Festival

Join community members from across the city to learn about the many amazing cultures that make Minneapolis such a wonderful place to live.
Saturday, December 1, 1-5 pm
Central Gym, 3400 Fourth Avenue S

The Minneapolis International Festival will be celebrating the different cultures in the City of Minneapolis and surrounding communities with music, dance, art, cultural learning booths, exhibits demonstrations, food AND MORE. Learn about all the many amazing cultures that make Minneapolis such a wonderful place to live.

Some of the groups featured that day will include: Mehandi Henna, Rince na Chroi Irish Dancers, Russian Museum of Art, Kuyayki Peru, Keefer Court Bakery & Café, The Greek Dancers of Minnesota and Green Card Voices.

The Minneapolis International Festival is FREE and open to the public. The event will take place on Saturday, December 1 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm at Central Gym in Minneapolis, 3400 Fourth Avenue S. This is an indoor event. Questions? Call 612-230-6400 or visit the Event on Facebook.

The Minneapolis International Festival is FREE and open to the public, and presented by the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board.

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