A Brazilian band, Japanese fan dancing, a plateful of exotic goodies, and all of a sudden, you’re having a great time!
Pellissippi State Community College invites the public to an evening of free entertainment and food April 15, 4-9:30 p.m., at the fourth annual Festival of Cultures.
The college’s Access and Diversity Office is sponsoring the event, which features, among the many activities, African drumming, a Caribbean steel band, and Hungarian, Latin, and Indian dancing.
And did we mention food? Festival-goers will have the opportunity to try more than 30 tasty dishes, including Spanish ceviche, Haitian griot, German bratwurst, Korean bibimbap—even collard greens and cornbread.
The festivities take place at the Pellissippi Campus, 10915 Hardin Valley Road, with performances in the Goins Building College Center and Auditorium.
Pellissippi State has 11,000-plus students on four campuses and 314 students representing more than 26 countries.
For more information about the Festival of Cultures, contact Gayle Wood, director of Access and Diversity, at (865) 539-7160 or firstname.lastname@example.org.