Shelly Voth joined The Morning Show to talk about the bigger and better Morden Multicultural Winterfest happening on the afternoon of Saturday, February 4th. This year, the festivities will happen at six "pavilions" around the community.
The African pavilion is at the Kenmore Theatre with cultural experiences from Uganda, Kenya, Algeria, and more.
The 500 Stephen Street Community Centre will be alive with the sound of Latin American music. Along with snacks from Brazil and Mexico.
South Asia will be represented at the Morden Legion with cultural displays, music, and dancing from India and Bangladesh
St. Pauls United Church will host the European pavilion, where you'll find entertainment in the form of Kazakhstan dancing and the Ukrainian Dance Kids group. Also presentations from Portugal, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.
The Southern Asia pavilion is at the Morden Activity Centre with display tables from Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, and Taiwan. There will also be dancing snacks, and game booths!
Be sure to head out to Lake Minnewasta where Canada will be represented with ice sculptures, sleighrides, crokicurl, and more!