Helper Arts, Music and Film Festival
Friday, August 16
311 and Dirty Heads at USANA Amphitheater
Tuesday, August 20
Hispanic Heritage Parade & Street Festival
Saturday, September 21
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Sundance Institute Free Summer Screening: ABE
July 9 @ 7:30 PM - 11:30 PMFree
Finding one’s identity is a challenge everyone faces, but few have the pressure that 12-year-old Abe feels as the son of an Israeli mother and Palestinian father. Thankfully, Abe’s passion for food allows him some escape from the escalating family tensions. While exploring Brooklyn to discover new foods, he meets Chico, a Brazilian chef who believes “mixing flavors can bring people together.” Abe decides to plan a Thanksgiving feast that celebrates his diverse heritage, with the hope of unifying his family.
Gates open at 7:30 p.m. Experience world cultures and support the local entrepreneurs of Spice Kitchen – enjoy some Afghan cuisine from Hayat’s Grill and sweet Venezuelan desserts from Delicius, all available for purchase before the screening starts.
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