Multicultural Festival in Milan hosts a variety of events for everyone

Multi-Cultural Festival

Many different cultures will be showcased this Saturday when a festival is held in Milan.

The festival includes quite a variety of music, food, games, and what’s called the “small world parade.” Bounce houses are to be available for kids.

All events are planned in, or around, the square with The Milan Chamber of Commerce the lead organization in promoting the fifth annual festival.

Board secretary, Krystal Simler, provides the schedule for featured events this Saturday in Milan:

The chamber of commerce spokesman reported all musical events and performances are free of charge.

Two separate announcements have been made concerning Saturday.

The Sullivan County Museum will host native American Historian and re-enactor Matthew Fennewald of California, Missouri. He’s to be there from 9 to 3 o’clock Saturday with a display of period material Indian cultural of the late 18th and early 19th century.

The North Central Missouri Regional Water Commission will host a booth on Saturday to showcase the planned East Locust Creek reservoir project.

Team leaders will have displays, share information and answer questions.

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