31 Jul 2014

Once more, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is pleased to present the gastronomical supper of the Festival des traditions du monde de Sherbrooke which will take place on Tuesday August 12th on the Festival site, at the Quintal Park, in Sherbrooke.

The event organized on the theme of Kanaval Ayiti will be an opportunity for guests to immerse in Haitian culture and enjoy a typical menu prepared by Chef Yvan Faucher, dance, national costumes, and music from the Caribbean island.

The gastronomical supper is a major fundraising activity for the Festival but also a great opportunity to forge ties in a festive and friendly atmosphere!

Tickets are currently on sale online for $100/person.

About the Festival
The Festival des traditions du monde has been lending its vivid colours to Sherbrooke for 17 years now. Showcasing the cultural heritage of the various communities, the Festival includes shows of professional and amateur artists, culinary tasting, artistic creations, and sporting events through which festival goers can get to discover a sample of the world’s diverse cultures with over 200 guest artists, 17 world food stands, and over 80 multi-talented craftspeople.

Performance by the Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra during the Festival press conference held on Tuesday July 29th in Sherbrooke. Photo by Jocelyn Riendeau.

Performance by the Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra during the Festival press conference held on Tuesday July 29th in Sherbrooke. Photo by Jocelyn Riendeau.

The Festival des traditions du monde de Sherbrooke will be held from August 13 to 17. For further information on the events and programming, please visit the Festival’s website at www.ftms.ca.