Please click HERE for Multicultural Festival Flyer
Hamden’s 5th Annual Multicultural Festival, presented by P.L.A.C.E. Multicultural Children’s Museum & Creative Arts Center
Saturday, October 1, 2011
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Town Center Park, Hamden
2783 Dixwell Avenue
(Rain Place: Hamden Middle School)
To benefit: The Community, P.L.A.C.E. Children’s Museum Construction, P.L.A.C.E. Art Programs & Outreach Programs.
Festival Activities Include: Multicultural Performances, Kids Art Workshops, Food, Moonbounce, Facepainting, Therapeutic Ponies, Craft and Vendor Booths & More!
Sponsored by: P.L.A.C.E.,The Town of Hamden, Leipold Foundation, Rollins Orthodontics, Quinnipiac University, First Niagara Bank, Naugatuck Savings Bank, Creative Planet Workshop & Studio, LLC
Vendors & Exhibitors: Space Still Available
For more information contact: Debbie Chavoya at (203) 288-8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yale Jashan Bhangra
Yale Konjo! African Dance Troupe
Multicultural Fashion Show
Bodyworks Fitness Demo
Hamden High Salsa Club
Hashim Allah - Hip Hop
Lady Dragon Step Team
Hamden High Color Guard & Cheerleaders
Little Warriors Yoga
Food Vendors Include:
Caseus Cheese Truck
Dinuzzo’s Brick Oven Pizza
Naugatuck Savings Bank
Multicultural Leadership Institute
Reinaldo Cruz, Wood Carvings
Highwood Square Artist Housing
Mothers & More
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Randi Designs – Henna
ASC – Artist Supporting Community
Creative Planet Workshop & Studio
Play with Grace
Cultural Centers Include:
Turkish Cultural Center
Quinnipiac University, Asian and Pacific Club
Quinnipiac University, Black Student Union
On Saturday, October 1, 2011, in collaboration with the Town of Hamden, P.L.A.C.E. (Partnerships in Learning & Creative Exploration Inc.) presents it’s 5th Annual Multicultural Festival to benefit the final phase of construction for Hamden’s new multicultural children’s museum & creative arts center. The historical Rectory School Barn, located at Town Center Park in Hamden, will be the new home for P.L.A.C.E.!
The museum will bring families and community together to explore cultures from around the world by providing interactive exhibits, a two & a half story climber for physical play, film, media & theater productions, and an art & design studio. The museum is in it’s final phase of construction with an on-going capital campaign to raise $300,000 and is slated to open June 2012.
To learn more, donate, volunteer or for information about current programs, visit www.placechildrensmuseum.org or call Debbie Chavoya at the P.L.A.C.E. Art Studio (203) 288-8600.