The annual International Food Fair at Hope College will be held on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Maas Center auditorium.
The public is invited. The food will be available in exchange for tickets that will be sold at the door.
The International Food Fair has been sponsored by the college’s international students for more than 25 years, and celebrates the many cuisines and cultures of the nations represented by members of the Hope community.
For the event, Hope students, alone and in small groups, get together to cook a dish from their homeland. They will wear traditional attire in presenting their dishes, and individual tables will feature the food and educational displays concerning the cuisine and cultures. Those attending buy tickets at the door and move from table to table, asking questions and tasting samples of the food.
Admission is $5 for an initial packet of five tickets, with additional tickets costing $0.50 each. Most dishes cost one or two tickets.
The Food Fair will focus on supporting the Santi School Project in Nepal to help reconstruct schools that were destroyed by the earthquake in April 2015. More information about the Santi School Project is available at facebook.com/santischool/
The Maas Center is located at 264 Columbia Ave., on Columbia at 11th Street.