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Weekend potluck event offers tastes from around the world

The Cultural & Potluck Event is open to the public and will highlight food from Somalia, Iraq, Kurdistan and Liberia.

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MOORHEAD — Cultural Diversity Resources is planning a potluck event for Welcoming Week that will showcase food from around the world.

Starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at M.B. Johnson Park's large shelter, 3600 11th St. N., the cultural and potluck event is open to the public and will highlight food from Somalia, Iraq, Kurdistan and Liberia.

Attendees are encouraged to bring a dish to share.

"It will be an opportunity to connect with ethnic leaders working in this community and other individuals of color," said Julia Schott, communications manager for Cultural Diversity Resources in a press release.

Cultural Diversity Resources is a nonprofit organization that began in 1994 and seeks to educate and empower ethnically diverse communities.

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