International Food Fest
International Food Fest
Take your taste buds on a world tour!
International Food & Cultural Festival, Bringing Community Together!
Are you in for a fun experience? Do you love food, music, raffle draws and fashion shows? Then this is for you!
Join us for the International Food & Cultural Fest on August 5th, 2023 at 6PM at Arts in CT’s Westville Performing Arts Center, 351 McKinley Ave, New Haven, CT 06515.
We, at Arts in CT, are bringing in the best of the best chefs and restaurants so that you can have a taste of the delicacies in many countries.
Plus, we welcome you to join our fashion in your international garb. Would you like to perform on stage? Contact Arts in CT for more information.
So, if you are ready to experience an amazing culinary experience with Arts in CT… If you want to see what our Connecticut vendors have to offer, join us for our annual family event.
We have opportunities for restaurants and vendors. Come showcase your arts at the International Food Fest
Come and join other community members for a fun, tasty, and truly memorable experience.
For inquiries, contact email@example.com | (203) 936 – 9567
Comfortable in My Own Skin (CIMS)
Join CIMS in an attempt to stop black skin injustice and promote self-empowerment in BIPOC girls. Our exciting CT enrichment programs and cultural activities include fashion design, photoshoots, music, gifts, and more.
When you have positive self-esteem, nothing can break you. You’ll be able to try new things, take healthy risks, and solve all sorts of problems.
Comfortable in My Own Skin (CIMS) is a cultural enrichment program in New Haven, CT, committed to helping girls ages 14 to 18 strengthen their mental health and self-esteem.
The focus of the CIMS cultural show and educational enrichment programme is to provide a way for Black girls to redefine their self-image through integrated approaches. Our approach includes employing BIPOC professionals to address concerns ranging from hair care to skincare and drama therapy.
Some of our culture-enrichment activities include exploring racial identity (internally and externally), racial justice education, and youth development activities.
Also, we at CIMS intend to bring in local artists in Connecticut and a team of professionals to focus on how every girl can build upon their self-confidence and mental health by reinforcing a positive self-concept. The program will include working alongside the following professionals:
Life Coach/Social Worker, Fashion Designer, Hair Stylist, Makeup Artist, Dermatologist/Esthetician, Nail Technician, Drama Therapist, Photographer, and more.
There will also be food & drinks, music, gift packs, and gift certificate.
CIMS is committed to undoing the mental and emotional trauma imposed by systemic racism as well as the hypersexualization of Black girls, colorism, texturism, and featurism.
So come to Port & Starbord, New London on May 7th, 2023 by 9 AM – 3 PM to meet other Black girls and Black-girl empowering role models. You don’t want to miss out on this.
For more information, contact us at 203-936-8567, or send us a mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t wish to be like another! You are amazing just the way you are!