On Thursday (March 30), students and staff at Wapato Middle School put on the 35th annual Cultural Unity Fair (CUF). The event brought in many people from the community, who formed lines at various food booths. Needless to say, everyone who showed up came with an empty stomach.
The 35th Annual Cultural Unity Fair is tonight (March 30) at Wapato Middle School. This annual event features food from different cultures while students and staff provide the entertainment. They'll displaying different dance styles from Native American, Filipino, Mexican and other cultures.
A place to gather and celebrate the many cultures of Wapato -- the Cultural Unity Fair, better known as CUF, is something I participated in while I was going to school there.
It took place once again this week at the Wapato Middle School, where the public was invited to enjoy the many foods that many cultures around Wapato and around the Yakima Valley have to offer...
This past Thursday (March 26), Wapato Middle School brought food and culture together once again.
Known as the Cultural Unity Fair (CUF), this event used to be held at the Capitol Theatre. But due to time and money it is no longer there. The last time it was at the Capitol Theatre was 1997...
The kids at Wapato Middle School were surprised at lunch to see Nahum Ray, Reesha on the Radio and myself (John Riggs) sitting in with him. Although the lunch, which was mac & cheese with smokies, was delicious, we had a proposition for them.