Heritage Day festival will be held in September again

While you may have heard some buzz about the 36th Annual Heritage Day festival you will want to read some of the facts that make it one of the most loved events in the greatest city in the nation!  Read below for the top 8 reasons you don’t want to miss out on the fun and excitement at this great event! Rhode Islanders of all ages are invited to join in a lively celebration of our state’s rich cultural heritage. The Roger Williams National Memorial (North Main St) will be filled with booths from countries such as Venezuela, India, Korea, France and others that will showcase their culture, music, and dance.
The RIHPHC committees with RISCA (RI State Council on the Arts), the Dorcas International Institute of RI’s (DIIRI) Welcoming America’s Welcoming RI initiative plan to celebrate peace, diversity and the rich ethnic cultures in the state of Rhode Island. The booths will have cultural exhibits and display craft demonstrations from all over the world. The food court will have a mouth-watering array of traditional foods and drinks. The children’s area will have The Peace Flag Project, face painting and arts and craft. A parade of international flags representing over 20 countries will start off the day. Dancers and musicians from various countries dressed in native and colorful costumes will perform Saturday afternoon.

Address of 36th Annual Heritage Day festival

282 North Main St
Providence, Rhode Island, 02903
United States

36th Annual Heritage Day Dates

The 36th Annual Heritage Day festival is a 2 day celebration with events starting on September 14, 2013

Top 8 reasons to go to the 36th Annual Heritage Day festivities

  1. cultural
  2. displays,
  3. music,
  4. dance,
  5. kids
  6. tent
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36th Annual Heritage Day celebration Genre

Music festival, Culture fest, Parade

Estimated attendance: 30000

Top 5 words associated with the fest

  1. Travel the World in a Day
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Vending Options

Yes and vendors are allowed to create and sell custom event products

Website
www.preservation.ri.gov/heritage

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