Submitted by The City of Lacey
Experience the sights, sounds, and cultures from around the world at Lacey’s Ethnic Celebration, this Saturday, March 7, at Saint Martin’s Marcus Pavilion and Worthington Center. Festivities will begin at 9:55 a.m. with a welcome ceremony by the Nisqually Canoe Family. Entertainment, displays, and activities will continue through 6:00 p.m.
Three stages of ongoing dancers, drummers, and bands will total twenty-five performances throughout the day. Nearly fifty booths, including food and craft vendors, resource booths, and hands-on children’s activities can also be expected. Live demonstrations are scheduled throughout the day.
Lacey’s Ethnic Celebration provides an opportunity to share information with others and learn about a wide variety of cultures. All activities, entertainment, admission, and parking are free to this event.
A variety of groups and businesses help to make the Ethnic Celebration possible including the City of Lacey, North Thurston Public Schools, Saint Martin’s University, Nisqually Tribe, Capital Collision, Lacey Collision, OBEE Credit Union, Olympia Federal Savings, Molina Healthcare, and 94.5 Roxy. A schedule of events is available online at www.ci.lacey.wa.us. For more information, please call Lacey Parks Department at (360) 491-0857.