Though this year's Worldfest is a trimmed-down affair due to budget cuts at the City of Boise, it promises to be no less worldly. As part of the Fall For Boise festivities, Worldfest is teaming up with the Capitol City Public Market to offer an afternoon of programming on Saturday, Oct. 10, celebrating local diversity. From 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., you can watch performances from Floreo, Boise State's Intertribal Native Council, Hui-O-Aloha, the Intermountain Square and Round Dance Association, the Idaho Korean Association and the Boise Korean Dance Mission.
These groups will take over the Grove Plaza stage to give Boiseans a taste of the wide array of international talent that exists in our fair city. Unfortunately, this year's Worldfest won't feature ethnic food vendors as in years past, but there are plenty of farmers market vendors more than willing to fill your gullet with international delicacies like crepes, stroopwafel and French pastries.
Saturday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., FREE, Grove Plaza, Downtown, Boise.