By Gordon Lambie
Local cultural diversity organization Actions Interculturelles returned to its annual tradition of hosting an “intercultural Christmas” party at Sherbrooke’s École Internationale du Phare on Friday evening. Whereas the gathering has traditionally involved a turkey and couscous supper, this year’s pandemic-adjusted version offered finger foods and assigned seating. Despite the public health measures in place, however, the event still managed to bring together people from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and age groups for an evening of exchange and celebration that included live music, updates about some of Actions Interculturelles’ recent activities, and a visit from Santa Claus.
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