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during this month-long celebration of music, dance, food and art.

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Festival of Nations is produced by the International Institute of St. Louis, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are continuously working towards our mission to promote cultural diversity and to preserve the many ethnic heritages in the St. Louis Metropolitan area. 

Support the festival by supporting our drink booths or our festival gift booth. Keep the celebration alive by becoming a partner of the Festival today.

 

Enjoy five of the south's largest festivals between March and December at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Each festival offers family entertainment and guarantees special events all season long. 
 

Dollywood's Festival of Nations offers five weeks of cultural events by performers from around the world. Come hungry to the Barbeque & Bluegrass, featuring the biggest names in bluegrass music while you savor the country’s tastiest barbeque. Join your kids for a fun-filled day at Dollywood's Great American Summer. Southern gospel music takes center stage while master craftsmen demonstrate their skills at the National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration. Bring the entire family and spend the holidays with us. Moments become memories at Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas. 

 

Fall at Dollywood will lift off with the biggest Southern gospel festival in the Smokies, the National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration presented by Humana. A six week harvest celebration featuring FREE gospel concerts! All concerts included with Dollywood admission.

 

 

Dollywood's Festival of Nations presented by Humana displays the most captivating entertainment from around the world 
during this month-long celebration of music, dance, food and art.

 

 

mSearching for family fun and adventure during your vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee? Join Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN for a family feast and fantastic show fun for all ages.

 

Additional show information:

  • Children under the age of 3 are free only if they sit in a parent’s lap and eat from their plate.
  • If you wish for your child to receive a seat or a meal, a regular children’s admission will apply.
  • The Dixie Belle Saloon Opening Act begins 50 minutes prior to our exciting show. Plan ahead so you don’t miss Mountain Rukus!
  • One-price ticket includes admission, Dixie Belle Saloon show, fabulous four-course feast, and a full scale arena spectacular Delicious Vegetarian meals are available upon request.
  • Our facilities are fully accessible for individuals with special needs. Please advise us if members of your party have a wheelchair, hearing assistance or other special needs and we will gladly accommodate you.
  • The Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction involves live animals, dramatic lighting, sound and pyrotechnics. If you or anyone in your party has allergies or medical conditions, please be advised to take the necessary precautions prior to entering the facility.

 

​WELCOME!

 

Please join us at one of Ireland's most spectacular and diverse festival  representing a Global Cultural Integration, with lots of exciting activities and performances all in one venue. Taken Place on Sunday, October 25th 2015

 

The festival has proved very successful in recent years and we are busy preparing for the 2015 festival. Any thoughts you may have on our programme in 2015 would be very welcome.

 Lucan Festival Committee 2015

Joe Byrne (Finnstown) Chairman, John Gleeson (Treasurer),

Committee members Eamon Tuffy Anne Stallings , Joseph Reid, Dara MacCraith, Paul Madden, Donal Walsh , Andrea Molloy, Catriona McClean, David O’ Brien

 

The aims of the Lucan Festival Committee are:

  • To develop a quality annual festival for the greater Lucan area, and its environs, encompassing all groups, cultures, ages and local businesses.

  • To provide an opportunity for a variety of entertainers and artists from Lucan and its surrounding environs to showcase their talents.

  • To highlight historical and tourist attractions in Lucan and its environs, during the week of the festival.

  • To actively encourage the participation of volunteers in the Lucan festival.

  • To establish Lucan Festival as one of the key festivals in the Dublin region.

If you would like to get  involved, or have any suggestions for this year’s Festival please contact. Lucan Festival Committee  at  lucanfestival@gmail.com

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Corinda State School will be holding the “Festival of Nations” on Saturday 1st August 2015 between 12 noon and 6pm.

The Festival of Nations will celebrate the cultural diversity of the school which is based in the western suburbs of Brisbane. Corinda State School student body is a cultural melting pot. The students represent 35 nationalities from across 6 continents, speaking 43 languages with many speaking English as a second language. Indians, Pacific Islanders and Vietnamese are well represented as well as refugee families from Africa, Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran. They identify as Christian, Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist.

The Festival of Nations will showcase a wide variety of nationalities through food, dance, arts, music and sport. Free entertainment will be provided with music and dance from a variety of cultures including Irish, Laotian, Korean, Indian, Scottish, Brazilian, French, the Middle East, China and Australia and also include performances by the school’s music groups.

Food from Asia, India, Switzerland, America, England, Germany, France, South America, Spain and Australia will be on offer. There will be over 20 stalls showcasing origami, arts and craft from New Zealand, spices and oils and Islamic books along with the traditional school stalls including cake and sweets, jams and relishes, pre-loved books, art show, nearly new kids clothes and toys, petting zoo, pony rides, side show alley and amusement rides.

At 5pm Brisbane performer Robbie Balmer will present a 1.5hr free closing concert performing well known cover songs. Robbie is best known for his Coldplay covers when he was a finalist on the 2014 season of the tv show “The Voice”.

Why not bring the whole family down to Corinda SS from 12pm for an afternoon packed with fun until after sunset!

Corinda State School: 330 Cliveden Ave Corinda 4075 
Contact: Samantha Bailey-Jensen Festival Coordinator 0458 800 920 
Email: festivalofnationscss@gmail.com 
Facebook: FestivalofNationsCorindaSS 
Instagram: festival_of _nations

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The South American Spanish Association, Inc. (SASA) Board is comprised of professionals from different Hispanic nationalities living in the Capital District. We are an association dedicated to helping our community in many ways. We assist and sponsor programs in the fields of cultural and bilingual education. We provide outreach to Spanish speaking individuals for the purpose of educating such individuals concerning health, welfare and social well being. SASA seeks to  develop and expand community involvement and participation in these fields by mobilizing and coordinating the efforts of community leaders, including those with expertise in such fields as finance, corporate management, trusts, insurance, real estate and law; providing a focal point and recipient for philanthropic support stimulating such sources of revenue as bequests and devises, charitable remainder trust, unitrusts and pooled income funds, and providing for the effective management thereof.

The association has three main objectives:

 

1) Educational  sessions with school districts designed to develop cultural awareness programs for middle school and high school students;

2) Outreach efforts targeting population which are under-served by traditional health and social servicesprograms due to language impediments and cultural roadblocks;                              

3) Community events designed to educate the general population with regard to various cultural characteristics of the Hispanic population within society.

Our activities each year are focused on SASA’s  mission. We participate in The Festival of Nations at the Empire State Plaza.  SASA also conducts planned meetings, which include traditional foods and Hispaniccultural events.  In addition, we conduct a health fair/exhibit with many opportunities to meet those serving the needs of our community by providing services relevant to the health industry.

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William Simcoe and Elisabeth Williams form the ensemble Spiral Tango. Together they play Argentine tango music. They perform pieces from Carlos Gardel, Abel Fleury, Julian Aguirre, Marcos Vinicius, Roberto di Marino, Diego Collatti, José Luis Merlin, and other composers – and of course, Astor Piazzolla. They love the tango music of Argentina, and are captivated by the beautiful and moving melodies.

  • Foods

Empanadas de carne

Empanadas de espinaca

Chile

Argentine chorizo

Pastelitos

  • Miss Festival Candidate

  • Arts and Crafts

South American Apparel

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Put the date in your diary for next year's Norfolk & Norwich Festival which will run Friday 13 - Sunday 29 May 2016

 
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Community worker/community development worker

Works with communities to bring about social change and improve quality of life.

Community development is a process whereby those who are marginalised and excluded from society are enabled to gain self confidence and to join with others. They are encouraged to participate in actions to change their situation and to tackle the problems that face their community.

Community work is concerned with the development and empowerment of communities through facilitating the active participation of people in addressing issues that affect them collectively. It can be done in a variety of contexts: in neighbourhoods, with specific groups (eg women, Travellers), with partnership groups, local authorities and state agencies.

Community workers usually work in teams and liaise closely with the police, social workers, teachers, probation officers and other agencies. They represent the voices and needs of target groups and disadvantaged communities to policy makers at local and national level.

Work activities

  • Working with community groups providing a range of activities

  • Identifying assets and capacities that are latent within communities

  • Building capacity that allows the community to share knowledge and resources effectively

  • Setting up new services by liaison with interested groups

  • Recruiting and training paid and voluntary staff

  • Attending meetings and presenting verbal and written reports

  • Managing finance, payroll

  • Making funding applications for relevant organisations

  • Acting as a facilitator to promote self-help in the community.

Work conditions

Travel: can be a regular feature of the job, although overseas travel is rare. Overseas work is possible however with organisations such as Goal. Working hours: involves regular unsocial hours including evenings and weekends. 
Location: mainly in disadvantaged communities within inner-city areas, rural areas and small towns.
Opportunities for self-employment: not likely.

Typical employers

Community work organisations and agencies:

  • Community development projects

  • Local urban and rural development groups

  • Organisations concerned with particular groups (women, Travellers, new communities) or issues (unemployment, migrant rights, drugs, poverty).

Community work approaches are increasingly used in related areas (local economic development, health promotion, participatory arts) and positions of leadership and management are increasingly open to graduates with relevant experience.

Career development

Career development is limited. Promotion usually depends on staffing levels, but may be to coordinator or senior management level, or sideways into areas of specialism.

Salaries

Salaries vary depending on employer and experience.

 

 

 
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For over 12 years now we have run the Caboolture Multicultural Festival and we are forever grateful to our supporters, sponsors and volunteers!

The Caboolture Multicultural Festival is an event which is, has and will continue to be of regional significance due to its unique nature as one of the largest multicultural community festivals in the Moreton Bay Region.

12 years on and the festival continues to grow and is considered by many as the signature multicultural event in the region - a celebration jam-packed with free entertainment, rides for the kids, delicious multicultural food and much more!

Be sure to block out your diaries for this years festival on September 5th. This year, we are back at our old stomping grounds - Caboolture Town Square.

Stallholder Applications

The festival wouldn't be a festival without the amazing array of multicultural food stalls, arts and crafts, market stalls and information stalls. This year is no different. Do you want to be part of the festival this year? Be sure to register for a spot at this year's festival by heading to www.caboolturemulticulturalfestival.com. Please share this with anyone you believe may be interested.

Entertainer Applications

What's a festival without music and dance from around the world? That's right, not a festival. Make this year's festival one of the most memorable ever! We want to hear from you if you want to showcase the sights and sounds of your culture to the thousands who come to our festival each year. Register your interest online by visiting www.caboolturemulticulturalfestival.com. Please share this with anyone you believe may be interested.

Volunteers

Every festival is what it is because of the people who work tirelessly in the background...our volunteers. We would love to hear from you if you would like to volunteer with this year's festival. Many positions are available. Please get in touch by heading emailing your interest to macscaboolture@gmail.com.

 

acknowledge outstanding achievements and services of people and organisations who have actively supported cultural diversity and made a real impact in promoting community harmony.

The awards recognise the outstanding contributions made by individuals and organisations who promote and support cultural diversity in Victoria.

Victorian Multicultural Commission Acting Chairperson, Ross Alatsas, says the awards provide an opportunity to formally honour many inspiring Victorians.

"Victoria's Multicultural Awards for Excellence celebrate people and organisations who demonstrate true passion and commitment to serving our multicultural community."

"These Victorians not only embrace diversity, they set a wonderful example for others to follow and demonstrate how multiculturalism is a way of life in our state," he said.

 

 

ACT Multicultural Awards Open for 2015

Nominations are now open for the 2015 ACT Multicultural Awards.

The ACT Multicultural Awards provide an opportunity for the ACT Government to give public recognition to individuals or groups for outstanding contributions to the needs, welfare and interests of multiculturalism in the capital, either in a voluntary or in a paid capacity.

Nominations are open for:

  • Outstanding Volunteer

  • ommunity Organisation

  • Business Enterprise

  • Public Sector

  • Education

  • Media

  • ACT Multicultural Advocate of the Year

  • ACT Multicultural Young Person of the Year

 

Participants can look forward to a colourful evening of cultural performances, traditional games, ethnic food tasting and other fun fringe activities.  Be entertained by quizzes, sing-alongs and stage performances by students from River Valley High School and community partners, showcasing our vibrant cultural heritage. 

 

Our community partners will also be on-site to host fun activities and workshops.  Jurong Church of Christ will be conducting art activities for children, while Qaryah Boon Lay will be conducting food tasting and craft workshop for participants at their booths. 

 

Children between 5 and 10 year old may also take part in the Traditional Costume Contest, where they can present their traditional outfits to audience.  Places are limited to first 15 slots. Register your children at tinyurl.com/tcc15

 

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The Festival of Nations Multicultural Awards gala dinner recognises the incredible work and volunteering efforts that enhance cohesion among multicultural communities and promote inclusion, harmony and the benefits of multiculturalism across Ireland.

 

Venue: Plaza Terrace Ballroom

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Merivale Street & Glenelg Street

South Bank, Queensland 4101

 

Date: Saturday 22nd August      

Time: 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start

 

Dress: Evening wear or traditional dress 

 

 Contact: Sarah Ponturo - (07) 3852 8099 - sarah@kineticevents.com.au



 

 

The Festival of Nations Multicultural Awards gala dinner recognises the incredible work and volunteering efforts that enhance cohesion among multicultural communities and promote inclusion, harmony and the benefits of multiculturalism across Ireland.

 

Venue: Plaza Terrace Ballroom

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Merivale Street & Glenelg Street

South Bank, Queensland 4101

 

Date: Saturday 22nd August      

Time: 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start

 

Dress: Evening wear or traditional dress 

 

 Contact: Sarah Ponturo - (07) 3852 8099 - sarah@kineticevents.com.au



Multiculturalism is a part of everyone's story.

 

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Welcome to the Queensland Multicultural Week Resource Centre.

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  • Tickets available here.

  • Sponsorship opportunities here.

  • Queensland Multicultural Awards 2015 finalists.

  • Gala Dinner Performers

  • Accommodation Bookings

     

     

    What you will receive: Benefits: • Logo placement on all signage. • Logo placement in official program. • Logo placement on table centre piece. • Logo placement on promotional material. • Logo placement on AV reel. • Logo placement and mentions on Facebook. • Table of (10) at the gala dinner. • Naming right of one award category. • VIP seating arrangements. • Presentation of (1) official award. • Brand recognition by MC. • Opportunity to place branded gifts on tables.

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    The Queensland Multicultural Awards Gala Dinner recognises the incredible work and volunteering efforts that develop strong multicultural communities and promote awareness of the benefits of multiculturalism across Queensland. This event is a key highlight to the week’s overall program, bringing together a range of community, corporate, business, service and other key representatives to celebrate and recognise those who add immense value to the vast tapestry of multiculturalism in Queensland

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

The Festival of Nations Multicultural Awards gala dinner recognises the incredible work and volunteering efforts that enhance cohesion among multicultural communities and promote inclusion, harmony and the benefits of multiculturalism across Ireland.

 

Venue: Plaza Terrace Ballroom

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Merivale Street & Glenelg Street

South Bank, Queensland 4101

 

Date: Saturday 22nd August      

Time: 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start

 

Dress: Evening wear or traditional dress 

 

 Contact: Sarah Ponturo - (07) 3852 8099 - sarah@kineticevents.com.au



This Multicultural Festival in its first year, is an annual event which will be of utmost significance due to its unique nature. It is expected to become one of the largest multicultural community events in Ireland but we can't achieve this feat on our own.

 It's a celebration of community, multiculturalism, and integration. Please support us to make this festival  truely special and one of Ireland's bests events that brings all people together in celebration of  our cultural diversity.  Please contact us to see how you can be part of of it and partner with us.   Thank you!

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  • Tickets available here.

  • Sponsorship opportunities here.

  • Queensland Multicultural Awards 2015 finalists.

  • Gala Dinner Performers

  • Accommodation Bookings

     

     

    What you will receive: Benefits: • Logo placement on all signage. • Logo placement in official program. • Logo placement on table centre piece. • Logo placement on promotional material. • Logo placement on AV reel. • Logo placement and mentions on Facebook. • Table of (10) at the gala dinner. • Naming right of one award category. • VIP seating arrangements. • Presentation of (1) official award. • Brand recognition by MC. • Opportunity to place branded gifts on tables.

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    The Queensland Multicultural Awards Gala Dinner recognises the incredible work and volunteering efforts that develop strong multicultural communities and promote awareness of the benefits of multiculturalism across Queensland. This event is a key highlight to the week’s overall program, bringing together a range of community, corporate, business, service and other key representatives to celebrate and recognise those who add immense value to the vast tapestry of multiculturalism in Queensland

     

     

     

     

     

     

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