2017 Annual Arabic Cultural Festival

2017 Spring Cultural Festival

Arabic Cultural Festival

Welcoming Newly Resettled Families in MA

April 29, 2017

Part of CAC’s Annual Arabic Cultural Month
April 7 thru April 29, 2017
Festival begins at 12 pm. and will wrap up around 4:30 pm.  Here is the line-up of the exciting events being featured this year:
Childrens Choir12:30 p.m.      Boston Debkeh Troupe
   1:15 p.m.      Raqs Sharki Dance Stage Workshop by Shadia
   1:45 p.m.    “Love and Peace” CAC Children’s Choir Performance and Aliya Cycon Project
   2:15 p.m.     Early  Dinner and Desert
  3:00 p.m.    Raffle Ticket Drawing
   3:45 p.m.    Astaza – Boston College Middle Eastern Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Nizar Fares
Other Festival Activities Include:
Art Gallery – Silent Auction – Face Painting – Henna Art – Fun Games and Activities for Children!

Note: Free babysitting with activities for children 4+ years during the

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Boston College Ensemble Performance.

Arts at the Armory, Suit 1A
Somerville, MA 02143
Tickets may be purchased at the door, or by visiting our PayPal link, here .
  • Adult: $25/ea.
  • Kids Tickets 10/ea.Spring Festival Tickets
  • Student: $15/ea, (with valid ID)
  • Student Groups Rate: 20% off. – [Please email aricheh@cacboston.org]
  • Family: $50 (Family of 2 adults and 2 kids)
  • Family: $60 (Family with more than 2 kids)

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