Once inside a Pavilion, visitors are surrounded by the sights, sounds, and tastes of the country in which they are visiting.  Each Pavilion depicts culture of the country of origin and provides a line up of entertainment that is offered throughout the three days.  Interactive entertainment including dance classes and performances, story telling, skits, fashions shows, games, music, theatre and film allows each visitor opportunity to create their own personal idea of a “great” time.  There are activities in which children participate including music, story telling and arts and crafts.  Cooking classes and samples of each country’s food are showcased.  Many Pavilions exhibit the art of their country and hold a marketplace where visitors purchase products and souvenirs of their Pavilion’s respective country.

Visit the Pavilion pages for detailed entertainment schedules.