November 4 2022 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
This popular event celebrates the diversity of our CDM community!
Bring a traditional or family favorite dish to share (8-10 servings), enjoy crafts, displays and entertainment and learn something new about the various cultural backgrounds of our students and their families! Everyone is encouraged to wear traditional attire to represent their heritage. This is a free PTA-sponsored and organized event.
We are looking for parents who are willing to put together a showcase. Responsibilities include setting up a table representing your country on Friday evening (4:30 pm) before the event and then manning your table during the entire event (5:30-7.30pm). Details on setup/presentation will be sent out to those who sign up. The families will “tour the world” visiting each table and learning something about that country. If you would like to join a country group or can add another country to the event, please we would be thrilled.
Please contact email@example.com by Wednesday October 19, 2022.
Contact Susanne Volk at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ariane Paris at email@example.com to sign-up to create a showcase.
We are also looking for students (or parents) who want to give a short performance with a cultural component. All talents are welcome! Sign up HERE if you are interested in performing.
Our International Showcase will be Friday, November 4, 2022 from 5:30-7:30. We need talent for culturally themed performances at the CDM International Showcase. Music, Dance, Poetry, Martial Arts, theater..etc. Each performance should be about 2-3 minutes long. Both students and parents are welcome to perform. Performances will be in the MUR, so we will have a piano, a microphone, a CD player, hookup for a phone etc. Performances will start at about 6:30pm and run till 7:30pm. Please sign-up by Wednesday, October 19th.
I will make a line-up by age and contact you all a few days before the event by email. Please give a short description of what you/your child will perform in the description section of the signup, as well as a name. Performances should be appropriate for elementary-school aged children.