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World Travelers in West Valley



A unique cultural-exchange program includes a performance of folk dances from around the world tonight. ---

The Utah Cultural Celebration Center hosts tonight's free performance, part of the WorldStage concert series. Folk musicians and dancers representing Romanian, Italian, Australian, Basque and Indonesian cultures -- in conjunction with the recently completed Bountiful-Davis Summerfest International -- have been staying with host families in a cultural exchange. And you can get a little taste of what those host families have been experiencing.

Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. performance. Additional opportunities to see the performers will be part of the South Jordan International Days and Salt Lake County Fair, Aug. 10 - 13.