At the very end Aboriginals did a friendship dance and invited people to join them. As they make their way through the audience more and more join the line, holding hands with the person beside them and doing a little step dance, with drummers helping them keep time. I always think that's a fitting way to end the event. Because that is what it's all about - no matter what cultures we all belong to, we can all be friends, respecting each others differences and celebrating the fact that we're all humans created by a loving God.
This is the fourth year we've taken part...and the event seems to be growing each year.
|Glass mosaic pieces depicting Hutterite History on display at our booth|
Of course we totally enjoyed visiting the other booths, sampling their food and listening to their music.
If you'd like you can see previous posts on Sharing Our World here are some links:
God Keep Our Land...2011
Sharing Our World 2012
and more picture from this year as on Portage Online