Water Works Park in Tampa will be the setting for the debut of Multicultural Family Day to recognize and honor diverse cultural differences and being held Sunday, June 25, from 11:00am
Water Works Park in Tampa will be the setting for the debut of Multicultural Family Day to recognize and honor diverse cultural differences and being held Sunday, June 25, from 11:00am to 7:00pm. The event is being hosted by Cloe Cabrera and Lynda Guzman.
Attendees can arrive by car or take a water taxi to this free event. A special section will be set up to accommodate wheelchairs.
Organized by the Taste of East Tampa, founded by Caregiver’s Helping Hand and Central Florida Community Planning and Development, Multicultural Family Day will feature performances by Caribeno Tropical, Trinity 7, STP Freddo, Paradise Hawaiian Dancers, Chinese Dragon Dancers, and Butterflies and Caterpillars Mexican dance troupe out of Dade City featuring girls ages 5-12.
Along with multicultural food trucks providing Thai, Mediterranean, Japanese fusion, and American foods, merchant vendors will be selling their wares at the event.
Children can enjoy an area just for them – a Kid Zone, sponsored by Sunshine Healthcare featuring face painting, henna tattoos and a splash pad. In addition, Molina Healthcare is sponsoring an art contest. A $200, $100 and $50 prize will be awarded to a Hillsborough County student, ages 13-18, who best depicts the theme of “The Colors of the World.” The winners will be announced at 3pm that day.
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Water Works Park
1710 N Highland Ave Tampa, FL 33602