8 Countries in 1 Day
Friday, October 13, 2017
|The library hosts a second opportunity for the community to “visit” other countries without leaving DeKalb. Patrons are invited to join us for an afternoon of cultural enlightenment and excitement as we portray the customs of eight different countries throughout the library.
Watch a Polish dance performance, make animal masks and dreamcatchers in Tanzania, experience the sights and sounds of Chile, and taste the local cuisine of the Netherlands. And much, much more! Other countries featured include Trinidad and Tobago, Belize, Spain, and Myanmar.
Each country will have crafts, activities, and food samples available while supplies last. Special performances will be scheduled throughout the evening. Programs and “passports” will be handed out at the welcome table. Visit each country, get your “passport” stamped, and enter for a chance to win a prize! Bring canned goods or cash for additional raffle tickets.
This program is made possible by the Brian D. Slavenas Center for Cross-Cultural Understanding.
The library has partnered with Kishwaukee College, the First Lutheran Church, the NIU Center for Southeast Asian Studies, the NIU Latino Resource Center, and the NIU Center for Black Studies to bring this “8 Countries in 1 Day” program to the community.
This FREE event is open to all, no registration required!
For additional information, please contact Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (815) 756-9568 ext. 1701.
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