International Fair tickets available now

The International Club is thrilled to bring back this popular, schoolwide event. Purchase tickets here
By Elena Wierich '22

After two years without celebrating the annual event, USN’s International Club is excited to announce that the International Fair is returning on Friday, March 25.

The fair includes traditional performances and activities from countries around the world. And, of course, the popular booths representing the cultural diversity of USN’s community will be serving food. Enjoy a wide variety of international foods, drinks, performances, and activities, including origami, henna, and Irish dance. 

Tickets are $8 in advance and will increase to $10 at the door; purchase yours here. The family price is $30, and children under 11 get in for free. All proceeds from the International Fair will be used to help Ukrainian refugees. People doing booths, activities, performances, or volunteering do not need to pay. 
Anyone interested in volunteering can do so in the following ways: 
  • Sponsor a booth (prepare and serve food from an international country)
  • Perform (international singing, dancing, musical instrument, etc.)
  • Lead an activity (henna, origami, etc.)
Fill out this form if you are interested in volunteering.

We are thrilled to be bringing back this schoolwide event and encourage everyone to participate in this beloved tradition. Please email student leader Elena Wierich '22 or faculty sponsor HS History Teacher Pat Miletich with questions.
    • Scenes from International Fair in 2019.

    • Scenes from International Fair in 2019.

    • Scenes from International Fair in 2019.

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