Fairfield’s diversity will be celebrated with a free Harmony Day event on Saturday, March 25.
The Living Cultures Festival will be staged at Fairfield City Museum and Gallery and feature a range of performances, music, costumes, children’s craft and food from around the world.
Fairfield mayor Frank Carbone said Fairfield is “built on the back of cultural diversity”.
“The fact we have such great diversity, as seen with the more than 140 languages spoken, is one of the reasons our City is such a vibrant place to call home,” he said.
“I encourage people to attend this community celebration and embrace some of the wonderful cultures we have here in our City.
“Our City’s motto is ‘Celebrating Diversity’ and Living Cultures Festival is a great chance for us to recognise and celebrate the social and cultural strength of our City.”
The event will be hosted by Maria Tran and Phillip Kane and display acts from around the world including a junior Chilean folklore dance group, Mongolian dance group, Indigenous choir and multi-faith Iraqi choir.
The event runs from 11am-2pm.
- Details: 9725 0190.