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Festival celebrates Green Bay's diverse cultures

6:21 PM, Jul. 20, 2013
Multicultural Children and Family Festival
Multicultural Children and Family Festival: "This is all about free food and face painting and meeting your neighbors." The 14th Multicultural Children and Family Festival was held under a pleasantly overcast sky in St. James Park. (Saturday, July 20)
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Mexican dances, Nigerian chicken and Native American songs, all part of the fabric of Green Bay, were shared and celebrated Saturday.

The 14th Multicultural Children and Family Festival was held under a pleasantly overcast sky in St. James Park. After a week of hot and humid days, Saturday's 70-degree temperatures offered no obstacle to wearing ornate costumes or just sitting comfortably in the grass eating food never before tasted.

"This is all about free food and face painting and meeting your neighbors," said Randell Steele, a Mulicultural Center of Greater Green Bay board member and ...

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