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Sharing fun and heritage

  • Dancers perform at a past Multicultural Festival outside the State House in Concord. Courtesy

  • Scenes from past Multicultural Festival activities. —Courtesy

  • Scenes from past Multicultural Festival activities. Aaron Baker—Courtesy

  • Scenes from past Multicultural Festival activities. Aaron Baker—Courtesy

Published: 6/21/2017 5:40:22 PM

The Multicultural Festival will return Saturday to cap off the last day of Market Days.

Activities will be held from 2 to 6:30 p.m. outside the State House.

New this year will be an International Flag Parade at 1:45 p.m. with bagpipe-led procession up Main Street from Pleasant Street to the State House.

There will be more than 20 food and craft vendors representing dozens of cultural backgrounds of people now living in Concord. There will be music and dancing by local artists, too.

The Concord Multicultural Festival celebrates the many different cultures and dozens of countries that make up the cultural heritage of the greater Concord community. Presenters celebrate their cultures through music, dance, food, crafts, storytelling and other interactive and engaging exhibits, activities and experiences.

For more information, visit concordnhmulticulturalfestival.org or find it on Facebook.


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