South Florida Colombian band Los Mompirris will perform at the event.
By Kevin Deutsch
Locals will soon get the chance to take a trip around the world—without leaving Coral Springs.
The city is hosting Worldfest, a celebration of the diverse cultural makeup of Coral Springs and surrounding communities, on Sunday, March 6, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The free event, held on the City Hall Lawn at 9500 W. Sample Rd., will include live music, dance performances, games, and more.
Among the festival highlights: a series of cooking demonstrations where guests will be encouraged to sample cuisines from across the globe.
Other acts include Capo Capoeira Martial Arts and Acrobatics; Pure Dynamics Dance; Timanati Mexican Folk Dance; the Coral Springs Chinese Cultural Association; Harmonic Motion Dance; Mariachi Voces de America; Champa Chameli Bollywood Dance; vocalist Lily Bradford; and Colombian entertainers Chiva Bus.
“Coral Springs, as a community, is a rainbow tapestry of diverse cultures and heritages,” said Coral Springs Commissioner Joy Carter. “The Multi-Cultural Committee and city staff do a tremendous job planning an event that celebrated our uniqueness and showcases the best of our city’s diversity.”
The event will also feature a “Kids World” section for children of all ages to enjoy art activities and crafts celebrating various cultures.
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