Looking for a place for the entire family to enjoy? Why not spend the day at WorldFest 2012. This annual event is the perfect place to teach your kids about different cultures. From the Mexican Music Festival to an Asian Experience to Little Italy, families can experience many cultures through food, art, dance, music and more.
There will also be specific games and activities for kids. The WorldFest Children’s Activities & Global games teaches kids about different cultures through hands-on arts & crafts and games from around the world. For example, kids will enjoy creating frescos, African masks, Japanese fans, henna tattoos, face painting and a lot more.
If your children enjoy learning about history, this makes for a great weekend. Their will also be performances that everyone will enjoy! Learn more about the Children’s Activities & Global games online! And if your student is looking for something to write about in history class, use this weekend to create a personal experience for their next paper.
And if you really enjoy food (and who doesn’t), you will find a huge selection of cuisine from many cultures and countries. One of my favorites is Italian food. Visit Little Italy while you are at WorldFest and try this cannoli recipe. It makes a great dessert!
Want to learn more about WorldFest? Here are some details.
Saturday, October 20, 2012 – Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 21, 2012 – Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Addison Circle Park, 4970 Addison Circle Drive
Admission to WorldFest 2012 is $5 at the gate. Discount tickets may be purchased at DFW Albertsons Market locations for $4.
Find out more online at www.addisontexas.net/events/worldfest
SheisDallas is excited to be working with WorldFest 2012 to help get the word out about this delicious event!