The Intercultural Forum (IF) will host its annual IF Show and Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 22.
“The IF Show and Dinner is a great way to showcase Hiram’s variety of cultures,” IF President Ashanti Shurat ‘15 said.
Students will prepare the dinner, served from 5-7:30 p.m. in the Kennedy Center, with the assistance of the Dining Hall chefs.
The show runs from 8-10 p.m. in Hayden Auditorium, and is formatted as a variety show with music from all continents, singers, dancers and even comedy skits.
“The purpose of the IF Show and Dinner is to expose students, faculty, staff and friends of the college to cultures they may not be very aware of,” Shurat said.
This year, the event will feature a new component: Vendors from various cultures will be in the Kennedy Center from 4-8 p.m. selling exotic jewelry, accessories and dried foods. This portion of the event is co-sponsored by Connect2Complete.
As one of the largest organizations with over 200 members, the IF club plans to put on a spectacular event.
Dinner is $5, plus a meal swipe, for students, and $10 for outside visitors.