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The Kansas International Film Festival (KIFF) stands alone as a movie purist's delight, focusing on documentary, narrative, and animated independent films. Founded in 2001 as a non-profit organization, KIFF attracts local, regional, and national work, recognizing visiting filmmakers and screen personalities, and increasing public awareness of independent and classic cinema as a cultural, economic, and educational asset.
Fall 2013 Avila University Ethnic Food Festival
When: Thursday, September 19, 2013, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Where: Dining Room, Upper Level Marian Center What: The Ethnic Food & Culture Celebration is Avila’s festival of cultural diversity present in our own community. Members of the community (students, staff, and faculty) volunteer to set up tables that share something about another culture. Tables can have food, music, dance, cultural information, games, traditions, holiday celebrations, examples of dress, or any other representation of a particular culture. Anyone can have a table. YOU can have a table about your country of origin (including the region of the U.S.A. that you come from), your family heritage, a place you have traveled, or a culture you have studied.