Cleveland Cultural Gardens Honor Diversity on 73rd One World Day

Sun 9/16 @ 11AM-6PM

Now in its 73rd year, the Cleveland Cultural Gardens have been celebrating One World Day since the end of World War II.

This year, instead of a few big-stage focal points, performances, food, vendors and other activities will take place at most of the 30+ gardens Rockefeller Park. But a big focal point event — the Parade of Flags — kicks it all off, and you can expect to see delegations from some nationalities that don’t have their own gardens (yet) including Mexico, Indonesia, Colombia, Liberia and the Netherlands as well as those from the gardens. That’s followed by a naturalization ceremony in the Syrian Garden in which about 20 new citizens are sworn in.

Ride your bike between gardens or hop aboard a free Lolly the Trolley. The event is free and open to all wherever you are from.

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