Festival of Faith and Culture Nov. 1 in Winston-Salem

"Children from across the region will be making Buddhist prayer flags, Jewish menorahs, Hindu idols, Arabic calligraphy and other faith-themed arts and crafts Sunday, Nov. 1 at the Old Salem Visitors Center.
            They will be there for the fourth Festival of Faith and Culture sponsored by Interfaith Winston-Salem.  The free event, which runs from 2 until 4:30 p.m., is offered each year to introduce a wide range of faith traditions and cultures to children in kindergarten through the fifth grade, according to coordinator Drea Parker. International foods representing many cultures and countries will be available free at the food court.

            Interfaith Winston-Salem is an all-volunteer nonprofit that works to enhance understanding among religious and non-religious traditions. It received the 2014 ECHO Award from The Winston-Salem Foundation for building social capital."

- A Press Release

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