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LWC ISP visits International Festival in Bowling Green

By Dakota Smith

On Saturday, September 28, 2019, the International Student Programs and United Nations Club went to the Cirquis Square Park in Bowling Green, KY, for their 29th Annual Bowling Green International Festival--A celebration of diversity for the entire family.

There were a variety of booths filled with food, antiques, jewelry, clothes, and more, and all the students had the opportunity to walk around and explore. There were also several performances put on by several different countries.

Our students said they thoroughly enjoyed the festival, but I think after an hour or so, everyone was ready to leave because it was very hot.


We went to the Bowling Green Mall after the festival, where the students had a chance to cool down and enjoy shopping.

We are all so thankful for the opportunity to see everyone's country represented in Bowling Green at the International Festival (Japan, South Korea, Ireland)! We could not have asked for a better weekend event to go to. Big thank you to the United Nations Club for making this possible!


This story was posted on 2019-10-02 13:51:04
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ISP students at International Festival in Bowling Green



2019-10-02 - Bowling Green, KY - Photo by Dakota Smith.
Top row listed from left to right: Shauna Jones- Campbellsville, KY, Rachel Reid-Ballymena, Ireland, Marie Kurata- Aichi, Japan, De'jah Smith-Midway, GA, Jahlia McNealy-Louisville, KY, Tatiana Williams-Bronx, NY, Jahee Jeon-Jeoll, South Korea, Sangwoo Park.-Seoul, South Korea

Second row: Tamaki Sawada-Tokyo, Japan, Mikoto Yamada-Yokohama, Japan, Erica Smith-Greensburg, KY, Bokyung Kang- Incheon, South Korea, Mirae Kim-Suji, South Korea,

Bottom: Doyeong Kim-Jinju, South Korea

Behind the camera: Dakota Smith-Jackson, TN

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