Colorado State University is hosting the 16th annual International Children’s Carnival from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, April 10, in the Lory Student Center’s Main Ballroom. The program gives children and their parents an opportunity to increase their knowledge and understanding of different cultures by engaging with traditional children’s games, crafts, songs, dance and storytelling. The carnival also features a stage and fashion show.
This year’s theme is “Color Your World!” Activities are targeted to children ages 3-12. Children collect stamps in their “passports” as they visit the various booths for games, crafts and activities. Once they have collected enough stamps, they receive a prize.
The International Children’s Carnival is free and open to CSU students. A suggested donation of $5 per family for non-students will support the Dream What You Love Scholarship for single student parents at Colorado State.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
The International Children’s Carnival is sponsored by Colorado State University’s Housing and Dining Services, Apartment Life and Adult Learner and Veteran Services.
For more information, contact Amy Griggs, central programs coordinator for Apartment Life, at (970) 491-4755 or Amy.firstname.lastname@example.org.