The Marshfield Cultural Fair, an 18-year tradition with exhibits, crafts, food and entertainment from around the world, returns to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point at Marshfield on Saturday, Feb. 25.
It will held throughout the campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fair will include performances in the Upper Commons and Helen Connor Laird Theatre, including acoustic duos AaroChele and The Foxfire Affair, ballet and jazz by the Main Street Conservatory of Dance, Indian dance by SHAMA, Latin music by Salsa Manzana, instrumental music by Central City Music and country western dance by Sound-a-Motion.
Among the exhibitors are the Marshfield Area Genealogy Group, Needlepoint Hmong Motif, Slovak American Touches, Wisconsin/Nicaragua Partners of the Americas and the Forest History Association of Wisconsin.
Food vendors will include Baka Chicken, Jamaican Kitchen and the Nagoya Sushi and Steakhouse Restaurant. Children may take part in a passport activity, puppet shows and crafts.
“UWSP at Marshfield looks forward to hosting this event, celebrating our community’s rich diversity and continuing a long-held tradition,” said Tony Andrews, UWSP at Marshfield campus executive.
Sponsors include UWSP at Marshfield, Laird Foundation, Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Umhoefer Foundation, Rindfleisch Fund and Marshfield Rotary Club
For more details, visit www.marshfieldculturalfair.com.