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International Children’s Festival

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“Universal Explorers” is the theme of this year’s premiere Culturfied International Children’s Festival at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center!

Held on April 29, 2018, this free event is will expose families to international customs from all over the world, with dance, music, arts and crafts, and yes, even cuisine! Children and families are invited to travel from booth to booth and receive stamps in their festival passports.

This child-focused day is the perfect way to let your little ones become “global explorers” in one central location! Reserve your free tickets here.

Find the International Children’s Festival at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, located at 1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20004.

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