by Steven Doyle
The Thai Community Center of North Texas is celebrating their first Thai Culture & Food Festival at the Buddhist Center of Dallas. Join them at the heart of the Thai community for a two-day festival filled with authentic Thai cuisines, cultural performances, dances, music and the arts.
There is free admission and parking, and open to everyone. The event is Saturday, May 24-25, 2014 from 11 am – 9 pm (Saturday)and 10 am – 6 pm (Sunday) at The Buddhist Center of Dallas, 8484 Stults Road, Dallas, Texas.
Experience Thai culture and arts like never before. See cultural performances by well renowned dance troupes; see Muay Thai demonstrations and food carving presentations; eat Thai foods from all four regions of Thailand, including vegan delights; shop Thai products and arts from the actual Thai manufacturers; learn more about the temple through the group tours; enjoy the spirit of the Thai culture in the heart of the Dallas Thai community.
Proceeds from the Thai Culture & Food Festival supports the Thai Community Center of North Texas and Buddhist Center of Dallas. Established in 1998, the Thai Community Center of North Texas is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve the Thai culture, religion and tradition through educational training, counseling and informational programs with specific emphasis on the needs of youths, the elderly and the poor.
The food will be prepared by area Thai restaurants, and costs starting at one dollar.