What You Need to Know About Sunday's One World Day

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The Cultural Gardens have celebrated One World Day for 73 years, making it one of the area's oldest continuously running fests in Northeast Ohio. The day features a Parade of Flags, tours of the gardens, a naturalization ceremony for new U.S. citizens, cultural performances, food from many countries and family fun.

Last year, people from 37 different cultures marched in the Parade of Flags, many singing or playing music and dressed in folk costumes from their homelands. You can see photos from 2017's event here.

This year, performances will take place within the ethnic culture/or assigned gardens. You can find a complete schedule here.

The event takes place on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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