Organizers of the International Spring Festival are gearing up for the 23rd annual event.
The event is this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at North Penn High School. The festival, hosted by volunteers in the North Penn area, includes international foods, music, entertainment, a health fair and children's activities. Admission and parking is free.
Festival organizers anticipate more than 5,000 people will attend this one-day event.
“The event is a great opportunity to see live music and dance, taste international foods for a nominal fee, and hosts multiple nationality and vendors exhibits. The festival has a large children's area. The children area has exhibits of children's artwork, an area for food tasting, musical instruments, world costumes and a large play area. Face paintings are also available for a nominal fee,” the event website says.
According to organizers, the festival is a way to bring together local businesses, volunteers and nonprofits.
“The volunteers come from all walks of life and a variety of ethnic and national backgrounds. The festival fosters understanding of cultural traditions, histories and influences through music, food and the performing arts. The festival brings together people of all nationalities and ethnic backgrounds. The festival is a contributor of a vibrant North Penn Community.”
Visit http://internationalspringfestival.com for details.