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U.S. Cellular® World Food Festival

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Taste your way around the world! Celebrate Iowa's diverse culinary traditions. Ethnic cafes, folk artisans, entertainers displaying authentic dress and choreography, global market.

U.S. Cellular® World Food Festival


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