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Join the campus community and Greensboro
for UNCG's30th Annual International Festival: April 14, 2012

Dancer
Spanish Dancers

Cat figure I-Fest Table Students Henna Tatoo

Scenes from last year’s International Festival

On Saturday, April 14, 2012, The International Programs Center and the International Students Association will host the 30th annual UNCG International Festival (I-Fest). I-Fest is an annual celebration of global diversity and all the wonder of human cultures. The event aims to promote cultural awareness, appreciation, and understanding through music, food, crafts, demonstrations, and performance.

Students from some of the 90+ countries represented at UNCG will gather at a global village of nearly 40 booths where visitors can see, hear, smell, and taste cultures from all over the world. A center stage will feature live entertainment throughout the event.

This year, I-Fest will coincide with Alumni Weekend and Destination UNCG, giving participants the opportunity to demonstrate UNCG’s cultural diversity to past and prospective students, as well as the community at large.

I-Fest is FREE and open to the public. It will be held along College Avenue on Saturday, April 14, from 12:00 – 5:00 pm. For more information or if you would like to volunteer or if you would like to host a "country" booth, please contact: Mike Elliott, mjellio2@uncg.edu.

Click here if you would like to reproduce our I-Fest Flyer for promotional purposes.

Previous editions:
- Vol 11, ed 5: January/February 2012
- Vol 11, ed 4: December 2011
- Vol 11, ed 3: November 2011
- Vol 11, ed 2: October 2011
- Vol 11, ed 1: September 2011

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