After a sold out first year, Culture Fest returned this year with the premier collection of the international food, music and crafts returns to showcase what makes Utica the International City of Central New York.
Nemojte propustiti cloture festival sutra uStanleyTheater u Utici od podne do 4 pm ocekiva vas ukusna hrana i dobra zabava uz ples preljepe Bosnian i Somali rucni radovi ce biti izlozeni.
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You'd spend a lot of time and money traveling the world to experience the many cultures that reside in Utica, NY. You can get that same experience by simply traveling to the Stanley Theater April 26 for Culture Fest, A Festival of Nations. One of the many cultures being celebrated is Bhutan-Nepali. Click for the details and a sample of the entertainment you can expect.
The annual Culture Fest at the Stanley Theater is Central New York's opportunity to show off the diverse cultural communities that make up our region. One of those cultures on culinary display will be the Mediterranean cuisine from Cafe Crete in New Hartford.
Local soul food guru and entrepreneur Juanita Bass was named the Julian Noga Cultural Ambassador at this year's Culture Fest which is scheduled for Saturday April 26th at the Stanley Center for the Arts.
Bass, who owned the soul restaurant White Berries Inn in Bridgewater, now has a line of 'soul food' spices and products in local grocery stores...
Culture Fest is coming back to the Stanley Theater on April 26th from noon till four. You will be able to enjoy sampling from our many international restaurants throughout Utica, Rome, and the rest of Central New York. You can get in the mood for all of this sampling by making your own healthy international food at home. Here's a few recipes for you to enjoy.