That's because the Bowling Green International Festival filled the park with music, food, and fun all day. Despite all the attractions, many were there just to show their individual heritage and culture.
"I think it's important to have that knowledge of where you came from, no matter what that is." commented Toni Thorp, who is an Austrian Descendant.
Countries such as Burma, Greece, and Ireland among others displayed traditional dances and music on-stage. The celebration also featured pottery, clothing, jewelry and art for sale from all over the world.
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