76th One World Day celebrates Cleveland’s cultural diversity
On a sticky but sunny late summer day, The Land joined in the festivities at the 76th annual One World Day on August 28, 2022. The festival, which courses through the Glenville neighborhood via Martin Luther King Jr. Drive from Lake Erie and University Circle, is hosted by the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation.
People of all ages wearing colorful traditional clothing and waving flags of different countries marched and danced along MLK Jr. Drive in the Parade of Flags on Sunday, representing the cultural and ethnic diversity in Cleveland. Throughout the 76th One World Day celebration at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, guests watched a naturalization ceremony, dance performances, and live music in Centennial Peace Plaza, and they enjoyed food and festivities while visiting the gardens.
The Land joined in Sunday’s festivities at the 76th annual One World Day. The festival, which courses through the Glenville neighborhood via Martin Luther King Jr. Drive from Lake Erie to University Circle, is hosted by the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation. Check out these photos of the parade and some of the gardens at the celebration.
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