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Summer festival celebrates cultural diversity

German Ramirez and Miryam Estrada.

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German Ramirez and Miryam Estrada. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Keri Latimer, Jake Chenier and Devin Latimer.

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Keri Latimer, Jake Chenier and Devin Latimer. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

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Ashley and Deegan Sadler. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Maya Sturrup and Beverley Danha.

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Maya Sturrup and Beverley Danha. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

A perfect kickoff to summer, the two-day Multicultural Summer Festival took place in Princess Park on July 4-5. Free and open to all, this festival is held to celebrate cultural diversity both locally and globally.

Many different groups played and danced on the Friday night and all day Saturday, including the Ottentik Dance Group, Rastamils, who are a Reggae group, children’s performer Jake Chenier, Slow Spirit, Nathan, OCG Martial Arts and Culture, Bollywood Beauties, Thebahatizz, Island Vibe Dance, Sensacion Internacional and Combo Latino.

Food, music and fun for the kids, which included a children’s tent full of activities, filled the park throughout the weekend.

To find out more about this festival, or future events, visit the city online at: brandon.ca

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 19, 2014

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A perfect kickoff to summer, the two-day Multicultural Summer Festival took place in Princess Park on July 4-5. Free and open to all, this festival is held to celebrate cultural diversity both locally and globally.

Many different groups played and danced on the Friday night and all day Saturday, including the Ottentik Dance Group, Rastamils, who are a Reggae group, children’s performer Jake Chenier, Slow Spirit, Nathan, OCG Martial Arts and Culture, Bollywood Beauties, Thebahatizz, Island Vibe Dance, Sensacion Internacional and Combo Latino.

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A perfect kickoff to summer, the two-day Multicultural Summer Festival took place in Princess Park on July 4-5. Free and open to all, this festival is held to celebrate cultural diversity both locally and globally.

Many different groups played and danced on the Friday night and all day Saturday, including the Ottentik Dance Group, Rastamils, who are a Reggae group, children’s performer Jake Chenier, Slow Spirit, Nathan, OCG Martial Arts and Culture, Bollywood Beauties, Thebahatizz, Island Vibe Dance, Sensacion Internacional and Combo Latino.

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