WorldFest in Louisville Over Labor Day Weekend
International food, music, craft and experiences will fill the Louisville Riverfront with a global sampling of cultures and activities at WorldFest August 29 through September 1. Ninety bands, thirty food vendors and nearly one hundred fifty booths all for the price of zero dollars. Try to remember to throw a can of green beans and vegetable soup in your grocery cart this afternoon.
WorldFest admission is free, but the prepared attendee will be bringing along a couple of canned goods for donation to Dare to Care Food Bank. Collection bins will be located at the main entrance to the festival. WorldFest is held on the Belvedere, which is downtown Louisville's public riverfront plaza on the Ohio River.
Naturalization Ceremony Reception
WorldFest's schedule includes a reception open to the public for almost three hundred new citizens of the United States following their naturalization ceremony at the Galt House on the morning of August 29.
Parade, Global Village and World of Discovery
The Parade of Cultures runs downtown near the riverfront on Saturday, August 30. The colorful parade will certainly inspire a visit to Global Village where representatives of dozens of cultures, dressed in their native attire, will interact with festival goers in their native languages. Children can pick up their WorldFest Passport for stamping in the World of Discovery where they can participate in activities during their visits to all the continents. With all this happening plus ninety music acts and thirty food vendors, it's no wonder WorldFest runs for four days.
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