Totally my favorite festival-y thing Spartanburg does!
They have food from all sorts of countries, the 'avenue of nations' with booths for different countries, and a marketplace area. Also they had three different stages with shows and a kid's area with free crafts.
Okay, so I thought it'd be fun to show you the booths of my heritage:
|Denmark (probably around an 8th)|
|Poland (about a 4th)|
|Ireland (adds up to about a third)|
|France (a tiny amount)|
|Scotland (probably about an 8th)|
I am also a little English and a miniscule amount Spanish, but England and Spain didn't have booths.
And of course, I am really from:
|the United States|
|these were the guys we marched with.|
I watched two shows: belly dancers and music from the Cherokee nation.
There was also a sports area, where I filled out a sports trivia questionaire and got a free backpack!
|a spirit flutist from the Cherokee nation|
I didn't buy anything in the market area, but Katie and Lydia both got coolie hats. Katie also got a Guatemala jersey. Lydia also got metal chopsticks. (I was *really* tempted by a parasol and an ostrich puppet. But I told myself to wait to buy stuff when I go to India!)