Clarksville, TN – On Sunday, September 15th, 2019, the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will host its 23rd annual International Festival, and everyone is invited to join the fun on from 12:00pm – 5:00pm.
Guests can enjoy a drink in the Biergarten, taste a variety of international foods, browse the craft fair, and bid on items in the silent auction. Children can participate in the Junior Firefighter Challenge Course, and play in the inflatables area.
Clarksville, TN – Hundreds of people gathered for the 15th annual International Festival at the Immaculate Conception Church on Sunday afternoon to experience the variety and diversity of the cultures that make up our city.
It was very hot and humid after the previous day’s rain. That didn’t discourage attendees, who braved the scotching summer heat. You had to commiserate with the Belly Dancers who performed their numbers with bare feet on the scaldingly hot pavement. That was true dedication.
Clarksville, TN – The Miss Tennky Area AFS Volunteer Leadership Team will be at the IC International Festival on Sunday August 21st from 12:00pm – 5:00pm on Franklin Street here in Clarksville. Their booth will be on Franklin under the shade trees.
Come meet the Miss Tennky Area AFS Volunteer Leadership Team and several of their new AFS HS exchange students and their families at the Immaculate Conception Church Craft Fair and International Festival on Sunday, August 21st from 12:00pm – 5:00pm.
Clarksville, TN – Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is holding their 15th Annual International Festival Sunday, August 21st from 12:30pm to 5:00pm. This is a city-wide gathering to celebrate the various and rich cultures and heritages found in our community.
Over 15 countries will be represented through food, drink, and entertainment.
Ballet Folklorico Viva Panama dancers at the International Festival.
Franklin Street view of the crowd at the 2009 IOC International Festival
Sunday’s International Festival proved to be a fun-filled day of festive atmosphere, savory aromas, and cultural interchanges! The myriad of booths with wares of all kinds and foods presented the eager festival guests with a cornucopia of delights to indulge.
Along with the many foods on hand, artisans and crafters also provided ample reasons to dig into the hip pocket or purse and part with some cash. From hand-milled soaps to beautiful Cedar wood bowls and woodcarvings, there was plenty to see and ogle. And we mustn’t forget the music. Music was steady! Serenades, drums, guitar and singing, make no mistake, this is a festival that celebrates joyful sounds!
The skies cleared, the sun shone brightly, and a cool breeze kept the air fresh and cool for the hundreds of people who turned out for the 12th annual International Festival at Immaculate Conception Church on Sunday. The streets closest to the festival were cordoned off to traffic, but that didn’t discourage attendees, who walked along traffic free streets pulling wagons or pushing carriages with youngsters eager to play the games, taste the foods and watch the shows representative of cultures from around the world.
Twenty countries from Panama to Korea were represented via their culinary offerings, while entertainment included Middle Eastern belly dancing, the swirling costumed Ballet Folklorico of Panama dancers and youngsters from local dance schools. «Read the rest of this article»