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2017 Official Alton Visitors Guide
Social Lounge

Small Town Big World

Saturday, May 04, 2019
12:00pm to 8:00pm

Downtown Alton

Alton, IL 62002




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Small Town Big World

Alton Main Street a cultural celebration called “Small Town – Big World”. The day will feature a variety of activities which represent our wonderfully diverse community in eleven establishments across Alton, with room to add more. The event is a homegrown effort with members of the public contributing elements of ethnic cuisine, traditional clothing, world music, folk art, dance performances, martial arts, sports, and information from faith communities.

A passport will direct attendees on this self-guided exploration, and there is still time to add more venues and activities. “We would like to encourage residents to contact our office if they have access to any element of their heritage that they would like to share – big or small,” said Sasha Bassett, President of Alton Main Street and chairperson of the event.
 
Community members who would like to contribute to the celebration are encouraged to contact Alton Main Street at (618) 463-1016 or info@altonmainstreet.org to discuss specifics. Performances and exhibits will be grouped in appropriate venues, and scheduled based on mutual availability. 

 
For more information, call (618)463-1016 or visit AltonMainStreet.org.

Admission
Free

Seasons
Spring
Small Town Big World

Alton Main Street a cultural celebration called “Small Town – Big World”. The day will feature a variety of activities which represent our wonderfully diverse community in eleven establishments across Alton, with room to add more. The event is a homegrown effort with members of the public contributing elements of ethnic cuisine, traditional clothing, world music, folk art, dance performances, martial arts, sports, and information from faith communities.

A passport will direct attendees on this self-guided exploration, and there is still time to add more venues and activities. “We would like to encourage residents to contact our office if they have access to any element of their heritage that they would like to share – big or small,” said Sasha Bassett, President of Alton Main Street and chairperson of the event.
 
Community members who would like to contribute to the celebration are encouraged to contact Alton Main Street at (618) 463-1016 or info@altonmainstreet.org to discuss specifics. Performances and exhibits will be grouped in appropriate venues, and scheduled based on mutual availability. 

 
For more information, call (618)463-1016 or visit AltonMainStreet.org.

Admission
Free

Seasons
Spring

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