Tour the world in your own backyard! WorldFest is returning to Downtown Woburn on Sunday, May 17, 2015 from 1-5 pm. Admission is free. International artwork and crafts will be available for purchase, as well as food from around the world. Sample Brazilian sugarcane juice, Persian sweets, and Indian delicacies. Performers entertaining the crowd this year include Gund Kwok Troupe Lion Dance, Cuban musician Coco Torres, Ku’s Taekwondo Academy, Hakuna Matata Dancers, Winchester Chinese School, Indian Bollywood Dancers, and the Korean School of New England.
Free children’s activities and performances will delight the little ones. Kids of all ages can fold origami, create Día de los Muertos masks from Mexico, enjoy face painting, make African toys, and explore the world with a whole host of activities. Children earn passport stamps that will get them a free treat from Orange Leaf of Woburn. Bring your family and enjoy an afternoon of culture! WorldFest will take place on the Woburn Public Library Lawn at 45 Pleasant Street.
This year’s WorldFest is being planned by members of the YMCA International Learning Center’s Leadership Team, in partnership with Social Capital Inc. For more information, please call 781-935-2244 or email email@example.com
Rain location: Woburn Memorial High School, 88 Montvale Ave.
Schedule of performers:
1:10 pm- Gund Kwok Troupe Lion Dance
1:30 pm- Move and Inspire
1:55 pm- Just Dancin’
2:10 pm- Coco Torres
2:50 pm- Bollywood Dancing
3:05 pm- Hakuna Matata Dancers
3:25 pm- Ku’s Taekwondo
4:00 pm- Korean School of New England
4:15 pm- Winchester School of Chinese Culture