Food and Craft Festival

FOODCRAFT FEST. 2013 - CopyThe festival will feature many gift items, as well as original arts and crafts for sale to the public; the unforgettable and delicious Turkish Cuisine and water marbling art known around the world as Ebru.

The admission is FREE and the event is open to the public.

Parking is free.

Date: Saturday, April 20th, 2013 from 11AM to 5PM

Venue: Raindrop Foundation
(7901 Mountain Rd. NE Suite: A&B Albuquerque, NM 87110).

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(Raindrop Foundation, Albuquerque)

Dallas 4th Annual Turkish Spring Festival

Spring festival Flyer mediumWe cordially invite you to the 4th Annual Turkish Spring Festival. Come and experience legendary Turkish hospitality first-hand. Get ready to enjoy a variety of Turkish foods, games and colorful cultural exhibitions. Please mark April 20th on your calender and be sure not to miss this amazing festival.

April 20th, 2013
11:00 - 19:00
1416 E Collins Blvd, Richardson, TX 75081

Raindrop Turkish House - Dallas

UT - Austin Students Were In Turkey with Raindrop

Ankara kalesi. UTgroup2Nine University of Texas at Austin students spent nine weeks studying comparative cultures/literatures and the Turkish language at TOBB University of Economy and Technology (TOBB-ETU) in Ankara, Turkey.  Dr. Jeannette Okur, a faculty member of the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at U.T.-Austin, whose summer salary was generously sponsored by the Raindrop Foundation, coordinated all educational activities, field trips, and taught the cultural/literary studies portion of the program.

Turkish Festival at Oklahoma City



Annual Turkish Festival -oklahoma city
Raindrop Foundation is a non-profit cultural organization that seeks to promote friendship and understanding through shared understanding and community experiences.
The Goal of this event is to familiarize the community with the work of Raindrop Foundation as well as its’ mission in the community. The festival will feature Turkish folk dances, traditional music, water marbling art known around the world as Ebru, and many gift items, as well as original arts and crafts for sale to the public; alongside, the unforgettable and delicious Turkish Cuisine.
The admission is FREE and the event is open to the public

Culture Fest at Kinkaid School.

image-4Kinkaid School students presented many different cultures on April 10th.  Turkey booth attracted great attention. Booth was decorated by students Katie Wallis, Claudia Glickman and Alisha Dhanani. Students and parents watched Turkish water-marbling art with enthusiasm and tried to perform water-marbling. Also people enjoyed with Turkish food such as baklava, Turkish delight, kisir and dolma. They had fun while trying to roll grape leaves for dolma.

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