Indiana's International Events in July & August

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The Nationalities Council of Indiana has released their calendar of ethnic events for July/August This can be an excellent way for you to celebrate multi-culturalism in your community and share some quality time as a family. Here are some highlights from the recent “Ethnic Hoosier” newsletter:

July 6-August 7 Second Annual Chinese Culture Camp will be held 8:30 am-4:15 pm Mondays-Fridays for $150/week at the Indiana University-Purdue University campus in Indianapolis. This event is sponsored by IUPUI Confucius Institute. For more information contact Nick Brasovan at 317-278-7900 or nbrasova@iupui.edu

July 8 Conversational Spanish for Beginners 9-11:30am at the Park 100 Learning Center, 5980 W 71st Street, Indianapolis. This is the first of a six week session on Wednesday’s for $139 held by the IUPUI Community Learning Network

July 9 Keep It Up: Practing your Spanish 6-8:30pm at the Propylaeum Carriage House, 150 E 14th Street, Indianapolis. This is the first of a six week session on Thursday’s for $139 held by the IUPUI Community Learning Network

July 13-17 Immersion Spanish Institute: Improving Conversation 9am-4pm at the Park 100 Learning Center, 5980 W 71st Street, Indianapolis, for $459, held by the IUPUI Community Learning Network

July 17-19 14th Annual Middle Eastern Festival of Indianapolis at St. George Orthodox Church, 4020 North Sherman Drive, Indianapolis

July 24-26 Eastern European Pierogi Fest in Whiting

August 14-15 African Festival at the American Legion Mall, downtown Indianapolis. This event includes tastes, fashion, and films from Africa, as well as a health fair and job fair. Visit their website or call 317.927.9777 for more information.

Check out the Nationalities Council website for more events and upcoming months.

Brooke Randolph, LMHC, is a parent, therapist, and founding team member of MLJ Adoptions, Inc. with more than 20 years of experience working with children and families. She is the mental health expert contributor at DietsInReview.com, a national diet and fitness column; a private practice counselor in Indianapolis, Indiana; and the Vice President of PR, Outreach, and Communications at KidsFirst. She is a single adoptive mother who has authored adoption education materials and presented at numerous conferences and workshops throughout North America. Brooke is primarily motivated to encourage, equip, and empower parents and individuals to make changes that strengthen their lives, their careers, and their families.