Booth Spaces Available to Highlight Community Diversity
The Global Fair cohosted by Wayland Academy and the Beaver Dam Community Library is returning to the Lindsay Gym on the Wayland campus at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 5.
The theme this year, “A celebration of diversity. A cultivation of peace.” highlights the importance of family-friendly events like this to promote cultural awareness and understanding. Global Fair will include a variety of Wayland student and community booths representing cultural heritage and may also include a sweet treat specific to their culture. Participants of all ages can enjoy professional cultural entertainment and engaging activities that celebrate and showcase our community’s diverse cultural heritage.
“We are excited to organize this event for the Beaver Dam area and beyond,” noted Information and Community Services Librarian Anita Streich, “and hope that many residents will participate by hosting a booth.”
Event organizers invite community members to reserve a booth space to highlight their family’s distinct cultural heritage, countries they have traveled to see, or service organizations involved in worldwide businesses or charity. The booth space is free and may be reserved by contacting Anita Streich at Beaver Dam Community Library at email@example.com. Community booth participants may also phone her at the library at 920-887-4631, ext. 108 with questions about the Global Fair.