Event offers ‘A Taste of Culture’!

Chinese and Malaysian cuisine

Published: 22nd August 2016

Image: Chinese and Malaysian cuisine on offer at A Taste of Culture

Visitors to the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh had the opportunity to find out more about the diversity of cultures within the Fermanagh and Omagh district at a multi-cultural food event at the venue on Saturday 20 August 2016.

‘A Taste of Culture’, organised by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council with support from a number of partner organisations, was a family friendly event that introduced people to the rich cultural heritage of the district through international cuisine.

On the day people had the opportunity to discover more about the variety of cultures, traditions and languages that are found within the district through sampling of traditional Irish, American, Filipino, Polish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Chinese, Malaysian and Spanish cuisine, conversation and a showcase of multi-cultural entertainment.

‘A Taste of Culture’ was organised by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council in partnership with the Mellon Centre for Migration Studies; Libraries NI; National Museums NI; Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group and Women of the World. This project has received financial support from Fermanagh and Omagh District Council’s good relations programme assisted by The Executive Office.

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