May 25, 2015


Canadian Multiculturalism Day

Celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day at The Forks on Saturday June 25, 2011! A day of FREE and FUN events, Under the Canopy from 12 to 5pm. Experience Manitoba’s rich cultural diversity through Music, Dance, Artwork, and Cultural displays. Performances include: Les Voyous, La Clave Del Sol, Summer Bear Dance Troupe, PuConA w/ guests, Ethio Canadian dancers, Natalie Reynolds, Rene Batson, Dauphin Friendship Centre, Yellow River Chinese Association, Thai Association of Wpg, Vina Dimayuga, Splendore d’Italia, Sri Lankan School of Dance & more...

Where:

The Forks

The Forks

Our Office # 947-0213

When:

Saturday, June 25, 2011 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

What:

Out & About

Neighbourhood:

Centre

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