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International Night to be April 9
A Trine University student tastes Greek food during a recent International Student Association event. Trine will host its 43rd annual International Night Saturday from 5-7 p.m., and the public is welcome to attend.
Community invited to Trine's
43rd annual International Night
ANGOLA — The public is welcome to sample Chinese tea, try their hands at Arabic writing, watch Bollywood dancers and more at Trine University’s 43rd annual International Night Saturday, April 9, from 5-7 in the University Center on the school’s main campus in Angola. Trine’s International Student Association is sponsoring the event.
International Night will feature a global bazaar, cuisine from around the world, demonstrations and entertainment. Jan Morley will give Reiki massages, a technique developed by the Japanese at the turn of the 20th century. Lee Sauer will draw caricatures. Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne salsa dancing coach Nathalie Garces will give salsa lessons. The Dancin’ Dons, a salsa team from IPFW, also will perform. Local artist Heidi Reichenbach Finley will share the traditional craft of paper marbling.
Countries, regions and tribes represented will be Saudi Arabia, Italy, Japan, Philippines, Panama, Syria, Native American, Thailand, China, Ghana, Madagascar, India and Romania.
Admission costs $6 for adults and $2 for children. The fee will allow visitors to sample all the international foods, take part in activities and events at all booths and view the cultural celebration in the theater.