Bank Of Ireland Tralee To Host Multicultural Day

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Bank of Ireland Tralee will host a Multicultural Day on Saturday, May 21.

TO celebrate the UN World Day for Cultural Diversity, Bank of Ireland will host a Multicultural Day on Saturday, May 21 at the Tralee Branch  from 12pm-4pm.

The events in the branch on the day will feature local performance groups and food stands run by people from different nationalities who have been invited to showcase their goods and celebrate their culture.

There will be face painting, a children’s workshop, Henna tattoos, an Eastern fragrance stall and a Kerry Islamic Outreach information stall.

There will be plenty of entertainment on the day, including a performance from Yamaha School of Music, Tralee Pipes and Drums, Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Eireann, Chambers School of Dance, as well as African Dancing, African Drumming and Zumba Dancing.

There will be a number of food stalls with a variety of cuisines including Irish, Italian, Polish, Indian, Chinese and African cuisines.

The local community groups involved will include Tralee International Resource Centre, Kerry Islamic Outreach Society, St Vincent de Paul Society and the Polish community. All communities are welcome.

Gerry Enright Manager Bank of Ireland Tralee said: “We welcome everybody in our community to join with us on Saturday,  May 21 to celebrate our Multicultural day which is coinciding with the UN World Day for Cultural Diversity, this will be a fun family day with lots of entertainment.”

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  1. Wish I could be there!