The HUMANSERVE International Society for Development is holding it’s inaugural Palestinian Bazaar, a full-day festival celebrating the cultural richness of the Palestinian people!
The Palestinian Bazaar
Saturday, March 17 (Noon – 10:00 pm)
12:00 – 6:00 pm: Bazaar (Main Foyer, Free)
7:00 pm: Evening Concert (Westbury Theatre, $15)
Transalta Arts Barns
Help HUMANSERVE get the word out about this amazing event! Invite your friends to the Facebook event.
Click here to see the detailed program
We know the struggles. We know the politics. We know the pain. Do we really know the talent of the people?
It is time to celebrate the contributions Palestinians make to society through their art, film, food, products, knowledge, literature and their music. Our evening concert will especially highlight their vibrant hip hop scene by featuring the amazing talent of Shadia Mansour, along with AOK, Cousin, People’s Poets, Mazzi, and G.O.
Full details are available on the HUMANSERVE website. You can also like the bazaar on Facebook. Be sure to come check out the PSN table at the bazaar.
Humanserve aims to share the Palestinian heritage with Albertans and to inform the Canadian public about humanitarian aspects of Palestinians and Lebanese in the Middle East. We endeavor to develop mutual ties with all stakeholders interested in the humanitarian aspects of disadvantaged populations in this area. One of the ways we are able to achieve this goal is to organize public engagement activities such as The Palestinian Bazaar. Public engagement activities link international development activities with community awareness and education in Canada. By making these links, HUMANSERVE works to facilitate a learning process that will enable Canadians to better understand the nature and importance of global issues while encouraging the appreciation of the culture and talent of the people affected by these issues.