Come and be a part of the International Food Festival held at St. Ann Catholic Church grounds on Hwy 70 between Clayton and Smithfield.
This year's International Food Festival will feature foods from the USA, Thailand, Philippines, Mexico, Colombia, Poland, Italy, Greece, El Salvador, Ireland, Honduras, Hungary and Guatemala, as well as the ever popular food venue "International Desserts".
There will be live international music and dance on stage throughout the day. Among the many entertainers will be the Mariachi band "Amanecer Tapatio", Barrowburn Celtic Band, the Filipino dance troupe Phil-Am, Black River Express Bluegrass Band, Wake and District Pipe Band and much more.
The Festival will also feature children's games and a silent auction. The event is open to the public from 11:30 am to 6:30 pm with free admission and plenty of free parking.
For more information visit the website, or call.
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