Celebrate cultures of USN families at International Fair

The International Fair is Friday, March 22. Tickets are now on sale for this fun evening of international foods, drinks, performances, and activities.
By Lucy Cramer '24

The International Club's beloved International Fair will take place in the Sperling Center from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 22 and will include traditional performances and activities from countries around the world.

Attendees will enjoy a wide variety of international foods, drinks, performances, and activities, including origami, henna, and Irish dance. course. The popular booths representing the cultural diversity of USN’s community will serve delicious food as well.

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.)
  • Volunteer day-of
Please fill out this form if you are interested in volunteering.

We are thrilled to be continuing this event and encourage everyone to participate in this beloved tradition. The fair is open to the entire USN community as well as the greater Nashville community. Please email student leaders Simon Fox '24 and Dhruv Reddy '24 or faculty sponsor Anna Dailey if you have any questions.

Online tickets are now on sale at this link and are less expensive than the door prices so get your ticket today.

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