FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Multicultural Society has announced its first event.
Alan Yu has been on a crusade advocating for LNG in Fort St. John but he is also aiming to create dialogue in the City of Fort St. John through a Multicultural Society.
He wants to open an avenue of dialogue and interaction between the majority and minority that could help lead to understanding, cooperation and a sense of security.
The first activity held by the group will be on Canada day. The group is planning a small cultural show at 10:00 am at the street corner of 100 street and 97 Avenue (Subway Downtown).
“We will end the cultural show with a flash mob style of street line dancing at 10:30am
Participants for the line dancing are requested to get their red bandanas at the sound system table at the corner of the venue.”
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