On Saturday, November 18, we’re celebrating the global roots of our local community with Pangea—Cultivate Our Cultures, our free annual festival in its 23rd year!
The Hjemkomst Center will be full of delicious global foods, live music, dancing, arts and crafts demonstrators, vendors selling imported goods, and educators and community organizers sharing stories of diversity and community in Fargo-Moorhead….and admission is FREE.
In the auditorium we’ll feature short sets from local musicians and our “Tastes of the World,” where you can purchase Danish, Southeast Asian, Filipino, Mexican, West African, Haitian, French-Canadian, Iraqi, German, and Somalian foods (as well as spiced Indian chai).
On the mainstage in Heritage Hall we’ll enjoy performances from the Buffalo River Singers & Dancers, Hung Ngo, Emy Miller, Poco Fuego, Race Hoglund, Ricot Aladin, Selena Rios, the St. John the Divine Choir, Bhutanese & Nepalese Dancers, and stories from Green Card Voices.
In between, visit our vendors selling world goods, explore our museum exhibitions, and get to know the fantastic diversity right in our own community. As we like to say, this is the day to explore the world under one roof.
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Overflow parking will be available in the Moorhead Center Mall with shuttles running to the Hjemkomst Center every 15 minutes.
For more details, please contact HCSCC Communications Coordinator Davin Wait at (218) 299-5511, ext. 6733, or davin (dot) email@example.com.
For questions about accessibility and/or accommodations, please contact HCSCC Programming Director Markus Krueger at (218) 299-5511, ext. 6738, or markus (dot) firstname.lastname@example.org