Hoop dancer Gary Abbott performing at the 2018 Multicultural Celebration. (Progress file)

Celebrating multiculturalism and partnerships in Chilliwack

Chilliwack Local Immigration Partnership hosts Multiculturalism Celebration on March 13

It’s all about connecting newcomers to Chilliwack.

The Chilliwack Local Immigration Partnership is hosting a Multiculturalism Celebration Wednesday at the Vineyard Community Centre.

“We would like to extend a warm welcome for you to join us at our upcoming Public Forum and Multiculturalism Celebration on Wednesday, March 13, an opportunity to connect, to share, and to work together,” according to event organizers.

READ MORE: 2018 Multiculural Celebration

The event starts at 9:30 a.m. with a year-in-review report from Immigration Partnership.

There will be student presentations, live entertainment and international food, starting at 11:30 a.m.

The Immigration Partnership is a cross section of community groups and institutions established to create awareness of services for newcomers in Chilliwack and to build connections and relationships in the community.

Refreshments of various international flavours will be served.

The Multiculturalism Celebration & Public Forum 2019 is at Wednesday, March 13 from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Vineyard Community Centre, 45892 Wellington Avenue, Chilliwack

For more information and registration, please contact Kate Xiang, by email at: xiangk@comserv.bc.ca or call 604-393-3251 ext. 228.


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