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Sixth annual African World Peace Festival returns to Fayetteville Sept. 9-11

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago
Photo courtesy of  African World Peace Festival website

The Culture and Heritage Alliance announces the 6th annual African World Peace Festival. The festival is scheduled to take place from Sept. 9-11 in Cool Spring Downtown District. The event was made possible with the help of a grant in the amount of $12,150 from the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County. 

 

The Festival is structured to bring people together as a community to celebrate all cultures with an emphasis on Africa through music, dance, food, art exhibitions and more. The activities are divided into four zones: Kid’s Zone with games, puzzles, and a climbing wall; an Arts & Crafts area with artisan vendors and workshops;  Music on the Mainstage, with local bands and African Drummers; and a Food Court. The festival organizers welcome vendors and sponsors, as their  festival relies on grants, sponsorships, and donations to succeed. 

 

In addition to the festival, they will hold a 5k/10k Peace Run at 7 a.m. through Downtown Fayetteville on Saturday morning. Advance registration is required to participate in the 5k/10k, and walkers are welcome on the 5k route. Visit https://africanworldpeacefestival.org/5k-10k-run/ to register. 

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