UNLV will host the Festival of Communities, a celebration of the cultural traditions that make Southern Nevada unique. The daylong event annually draws thousands of visitors and this year will feature live musical and dance performances, international food booths, kid-friendly activities, craft and gardening exhibits and an academic fair for prospective UNLV students.
Saturday, April 16, 2011, 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
UNLV, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas.
Admission is free. Visit festivals.unlv.edu for a complete list of events and vendors.
Festival of Communities will host more than 150 student-led organizations, craft vendors and community groups including Lied Discovery Children's Museum, Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada, the Rebel Pride Council, Engineers Without Borders and Circle K International. Attendees are also encouraged to take a campus tour and stop by a symposium highlighting UNLV's undergraduate research.
Free parking is available for guests in spaces marked staff, student and metered. Guests may not park in reserved, handicap and resident spaces. Please visit UNLV campus map for additional parking info.