The City of Temecula is hosting its first-ever CultureFest on Saturday, May 21 (World Day for Cultural Diversity), from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Town Square, 41902 Main St., and Sam Hicks Monument Park, 28314 Mercedes St. This new event provides an opportunity for the community to engage in intercultural experiences to promote respect, understanding, and unity.
This free, community-wide event features live music, dancing, special performances, family-friendly activities, and a vendor area showcasing many different cultures through a variety of booths exhibiting foods, crafts, and education. For vendor information, visit www.temeculaca.gov/festvendor. The deadline is April 22.
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