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Breaking the Stereotypes Country Fair
Part of International Education Week at Foothill College
Campus Center Dining Room
November 15, 2012Noon to 1 p.m.
The highlight of Foothill College's International Education Week celebration, the Breaking the Stereotypes Country Fair will introduce you to numerous countries in a fair setting with tables displaying country-specific information, art, food, music and more. The fair takes place Thursday, Nov. 15, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Campus Center Dining Room. Admission is free; parking is $3.
You can represent your country by hosting a table at the event. Find out how you can exhibit at this fun-filled event by calling or e-mailing Allison Largent in the International Programs Office at LargentAllison@foothill.edu or (650) 949-7105.
The Breaking the Stereotypes Country Fair is co-sponsored by the International Education Week Planning Committee, Foothill International Programs Office, International Student Connection Club, Hong Kong Student Union, Japanese Culture Club and Foothill Indonesian Club.
International Education Week is Nov. 12-16 and is a joint initiative by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education to promote multicultural awareness and the value of international education. Foothill College will join hundreds of esteemed institutions by celebrating International Education Week through this event as well as an International Trampoline Dodgeball Tournament Friday, Nov. 16 and an International Photo and Art Contest. For more information about Foothill's event during IEW, access www.facebook.com/foothillinternationaleducationweek. Learn more about IEW at www.iew.state.gov.Phone us at: (650) 949-7105eMail us at: LargentAllison@fhda.eduClick here for more information.
Special Notice: Admission is free for Foothill College students; parking is $3.