Travel the World to Discover New Ideas, Food, and Influence—Or Attend March 4 Conference at Hylton High School
Posted on 02/20/2017
PWCS iconAre you curious about what life is like for those in other countries? Do you wonder how we can resolve conflicts in our world? The public is invited to explore these and other topics in sessions at Hylton High School’s annual conference, “Connecting with the World: People, Places, Language, and Culture,” on Saturday, March 4. Hylton's Center for International Studies and Languages (CISL) will host the event from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Conference sessions include: The history and culture of Britain and how it has influenced the world, Henna, Ukrainian Eggs, Oh Canada, Africare and the Water Crisis in Africa, Swahili language and East African Culture, The secret history of Mongolia, Perspective of an Exchange Student, Cultural Ghanaian dances, Working overseas with law enforcement and intelligence agencies and more. For lunch, conference participants taste foods from Afghanistan, Mexico, Thailand, and Italy, all from local restaurants.

Advance registration and fee reserves a light breakfast and full lunch, with choices from an international food court, students $20, adults $25.

Hylton High School is located at 14051 Spriggs Road in Woodbridge. Contact CISL Coordinator Betsy Campagna at campagbg@pwcs.edu or call 703.580.4000 for more information.

Sign up online at https://goo.gl/forms/TgrnjrtR4NFzES1H2