Hope Fest, a free multicultural dance festival to benefit Greensboro Urban Ministry and A Simple Gesture, Sunday, Feb. 24, at First Lutheran Church
You’re invited to enjoy Hope Fest, a free multicultural dance festival to benefit Greensboro Urban Ministry and A Simple Gesture, two agencies active in fighting hunger in our community. The festival is from 2-4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24, at First Lutheran Church, 3600 W. Friendly Ave. in Greensboro.
Hope Fest, a new initiative to build connections and to improve community relationships among diverse groups, will feature seven dance groups, including Hindu, Israeli, Cambodian, Irish, Native American, African American and Latino. The Triad Tapestry Chorus from the Piedmont Interfaith Council will offer an opening performance.
Also, a Unity Food Court will provide coffee, teas, bottled water and global treats for sale. All are welcome! Help make this inaugural event a success so that it can become an annual event to reduce hunger in our community. Donations appreciated.
Sponsors at this point include Well-Spring, Fred Astaire Dance Studio, First Lutheran Church, Ned and Linda Cline, Paul and Madge Megliola, Ellenor Shepherd, Thrivent Action Grants, First Lutheran Women of the ELCA, Delman and Co. and Halpern Enterprises.