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Filipino Association: Nova Scotia and Halifax Experience

filipino association: On the main stage, starting at 3 p.m., audiences will enjoy performances by Jeri Brown, Elsy Makhlouf, Diaga Irish Dance, Atlantic Kids Bhangra Group, the Korean Association of Nova Scotia Drum Group, Arsoniste, Shan-E-Punjab, the Filipino Association of Nova Scotia, Rush! Bahamian Culture, Dancing Divas, SMU Taiko, Vibeat Dance Studio, East Coast Combat Hapkido, Serpentine Studios and Evolution Sounds, according to The Chronicle Herald. Organized by the Halifax immigration platform My Halifax Experience, the inaugural event intends to break the mould of past multicultural festivals with a carnival-inspired display of colourful culture. Starting with a parade at 2 p.m. along Lower Water Street, the celebration of the region's diversity will continue with a waterfront party at Salter Lot until 9 p.m. We can't wait to showcase the talent we have in this city, said Ifeanyi Emesih, founder of My Halifax Experience and Mosaic Festival, in a news release. There will be singing, dancing, incredible food, vendors selling clothing, chocolate, jewelery and more. So many cultures will be represented in the parade, on stage and in the vendors area. ( As reported in the news.