There was a food court with 43 booths featuring diverse foods from 43 different countries. There were craft booths, kids activities, demonstrations of native sports in the World Sports Meadow, world religions, craft demonstrations, belly dancing demonstrations, henna artists, a beer garden. Everything you can imagine. This man was preparing mussels and rice, and I don't know what else.
there were so many languages being spoken, and it felt so welcoming with lots of laughter, families.
There was fun-filled entertainment on several stages around the grounds, ethnic dancers and singers and performers. I could have stayed all day, but didn't. The heat got to us as we roamed around perusing the wares for sale. Look at these handmade baskets. The clothing and jewelry were a buyer's delight.
And as we were leaving I thought this man was giving pony rides, but when I looked closer, I noticed this gentleman was just bringing his dog to a dog friendly event. His pooch was bigger than Marmaduke.