Asfaw and ruth dancing on the special program
Ethiopian New Year is one week from now, and the Ethiopian people group in North Texas will begin praising this end of the week at a celebration in Garland.
Thousands are relied upon to go to the yearly Ethiopian Cultural Festival, additionally called Ethiopia Day. It's sorted out by the Mutual Assistance Association for Ethiopian Community (MAAEC).
The occasions include vocalists from Ethiopia, customary nourishment and an espresso function Ethiopia is viewed as the origin of the espresso plant.
The North Texas Ethiopian people group has developed to around 40,000 individuals. What's more, with that, Ethiopians have made spaces for themselves, similar to eateries, markets and places of worship, and this current end of the week's celebration.
The celebration is going on from 2 p.m. on Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday, and from 2 p.m. Sunday to 12 a.m. Monday at the Genesis Event Center in Garland.