Mayor Ras J. Baraka, The Newark Municipal Council, Brazil’s Minister Of Tourism, Henrique Eduardo Alves, And Ambassador Ana Petersen, Consul-general Of Brazil In New York,
Will Kick-off Week-long “brazilian Heritage Exhibition” At Newark City Hall On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 2:30 Pm
Exhibition Presented By Jose Moreira, Ceo And Producer Of The Brazilian Festival In Newark, And Silvana Magda, Brazil In New York Ceo, Will Celebrate The Rich Culture Of Brazil Through Live Music, Dance, And Dialog And Artifacts.
Newark, NJ –- August 24, 2015 — Mayor Baraka, the Newark Municipal Council, Brazil’s Minister Of Tourism, Henrique Eduardo Alves, and Ambassador Ana Petersen, Consul-General Of Brazil in New York, will kick-off the week-long “Brazilian Heritage Exhibition” at Newark City Hall on Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 2:30 p.m. at City Hall, 920 Broad Street, in Newark.
The exhibition will highlight the diverse culture and traditions of Brazil with traditional costumes, live music, dance presentations, arts and crafts, and cuisine.
Newark is home to one of the largest Brazilian-American communities in the United States.
Who: Mayor Ras J. Baraka
Newark Municipal Council Members
Henrique Eduardo Alves, Brazil’s Minister of Tourism
Ambassador Ana Petersen, Consul-General of Brazil In New York
Silvana Magda, CEO, Brazil in New York
Jose Moreira, CEO and Producer, Brazilian Festival in Newark
What: Will kick-off week-long Brazilian Heritage Exhibition at Newark City Hall
When: Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Where: Newark City Hall
920 Broad Street
MEDIA NOTES: Parking is available on nearby streets and lots.