Japanese Cultural Celebration on June 24 at Museum of International Cultures

DUNCANVILLE, TX – On the fourth Saturday of every other month there is a celebration of a particular culture, with a short program following a potluck dinner, at the Museum of International Cultures in Duncanville. The event begins at 7 pm and is free—guests are simply asked to bring a dish that reflects the culture—or a salad, drink, or dessert.
On Saturday, June 24, 7 pm, Japan will be celebrated. Guests are encouraged to wear or bring Japanese clothing or artifacts, and tables will be decorated with Japanese embellishments.  The program will reflect Japanese culture and will include a folk dance popular in Japan.
The museum is located at 411 US 67, just south of Danieldale Road. The dinners are co-sponsored by the Bahá’ís of Duncanville & DeSoto, who share with the museum a desire to promote cultural awareness, the oneness of humankind and the need to create a prejudice-free society. No reservations are necessary—just come! For more information, contact Anne Perry, unity9@sbcglobal.net.
The August dinner will celebrate Germany, with Cuba, and Iran celebrated in October and December, respectively.