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Thursday, 09 April 2015 16:42

DFC Celebrating Diversity Of Dauphin Area

The Dauphin Friendship Centre is hosting a Cultural Celebration tomorrow night.
 
Program coordinator Thelma Moar says a variety of cultures in and around Dauphin are being celebrated.
 
"Aboriginal, First Nations, Metis, we have some Dutch, Romanian, just to list a few of them. So we've got a little bit of taste of foods coming in and some entertainment. It's free to everyone to come in. Everyone's welcome. There will be a silver collection at the door. All proceeds will go to any newcomers that come to Dauphin; any programs for newcomers, all the proceeds will go to them."
 
The Cultural Celebration starts at 6 tomorrow night.
 
Moar says it is in lieu of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21.
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