The MBS community celebrated its diverse cultures through food, performances, art, and experience on Wednesday evening, May 3rd as the Multicultural Collaborative (MCC) hosted an International Culture Night in the Dining Hall.
The evening featured a wide variety of food, crafts, artwork, and performances, and provided an opportunity for families to share their heritage and learn about other cultures.
Performances ranged from poetry to music to traditional Indian and African dances. The evening concluded with a lively performance and dance workshop led by Brother Jerome of the Larocque Bey School.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the event and made the evening so successful!