One world, many faces at August 9 cultural festival

"WHERE else can a senior get all this for just $5?" asks Gitie House, president of the Toowoomba Multicultural Society and Organising Chair for the up-coming Toowoomba Languages and Cultural Festival.

The "all this" is in reference to more than 40 food stalls, 35 market stalls, 65 non-stop multicultural performances, a health and wellness expo, photographic exhibition and even a T12 cricket match that will be happening at Toowoomba's Queens Park.

In its 10th year, the festival promises to be bigger and better than ever and will feature performances and displays from a number of community groups including a Bollywood dance troupe from Brisbane, Maori Haka performers, Japanese Taiko drummers and dancers from as far afield as Sri Lanka, the Solomon Islands and the Middle East.

The festival will be held on Sunday, August 9.

For further information, contact Frances Holmes on 0408 070 300 or visit www.tlcfestival.com.au.


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