CSU International Children’s Carnival Brings Different Cultures to Area Families April 11

Colorado State University is hosting the 15th annual International Children’s Carnival from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, April 11, in the Lory Student Center’s Main Ballroom.

This year’s theme is “Cultural Clue: Where in the World is Cam the Ram?” The event is free and open to the public. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

The International Children’s Carnival was established to provide kids and families with intercultural experiences through culturally-themed activities such as arts and crafts, games, storytelling, dancing, music and stage shows. This program offers children and parents the unique opportunity to take part in traditional games and activities that children participate in around the world.

The carnival serves non-traditional and international students and their families, as well as children and families from the Fort Collins community. Last year, more than 700 people attended.

The International Children’s Carnival is sponsored by CSU Apartment Life, Associated Students of Colorado State University’s Diversity Grant, Adult Learner and Veteran Services and SLiCE.

For more information contact Apartment Life Central Programs Coordinator, Cassidy Edman, at cassidy.edman@colostate.edu or 970-491-4755.

Donations will be accepted at this event for the “Dream What you Love Scholarship for Single Parents.” For more information about this scholarship, please contact Adult Learner and Veteran Services at (970) 491-0415 or jan.rastall@colostate.edu.