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    Everybody Welcome: A Celebration of Culture and Diversity

    Presented by at America the Beautiful Park

    August 11 - August 17, 2013


    Everybody Welcome: A Celebration of Culture and Diversity

    Everybody Welcome: A Celebration of Culture and Diversity is the National League of Cities, 2012 City Cultural Diversity Award winning City of Colorado Springs sponsored week long celebration of the richness of the diversity in our community.
    The week begins with the World at the Peak festival, a free family event showcasing the diversity of talented local performers, artisans, cultural craftsmen through distinct activities and exhibits, educating the community wherein difference is looked upon as an asset, and where curiosity and a desire to engage are the first response to difference. Educational programs throughout the week include Bridging Military to Community, Latino and Asian Pacific Community Luncheons and an Immigration Symposium. Dialogue programs include the Human Library (check out a human"book" representing a diverse population you are curious to know more about and a Food for Thought Community Dialogue on the Losing Ground findings on race. The week concludes with the Cotton Club, a celebration of our communities history of inclusion and a salute to Fannie Mae Duncan.

    America the Beautiful Park

    126 Cimino Drive
    Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    11th World at the Peak Festival - Free
    12th Community Dialogue - Free
    12th Human Library - Free
    13th Bridging Military to Community - Free
    14th Latino Community Luncheon - TICKETED $18/$20
    15th Asian Community Luncheon - TICKETED $TBA
    16th Immigration Symposium - Free
    17th Cotton Club - Free

    Phone: 719-331-7588

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