WyCo’s ethnic festival is a different kind of family reunion

In 2006, Kansas City, Kansas, Community College Board of Trustees member Nancy Hernandez brought back the WYCO Ethnic Festival: A Human Family Reunion, which hadn’t been held for 30 years. Well, it’s back yet again. Learn about global culture from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at the KCKCC Field House (7250 State Avenue, 913-334-1100), when singers, dancers, rappers and musicians perform. Festivalgoers will also have ethnic foods to sample from 10 different vendors while perusing booths of more than 35 organizations representing lands as far away as the Netherlands, Paraguay and Taiwan and as close as the
Wyandot Nation of Kansas. Admission and parking are free; food items and souvenirs
will be for sale. See

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