Thai Friendship Dinner at Blossom Benefits Folkmoot
Blossom on Main will host a Folkmoot Thai Friendship Dinner on Thursday, May 18, 2107. 10% of proceeds will benefit Folkmoot’s year-round programming initiatives. Blossom is located in downtown Waynesville, 128 N. Main Street.
Thai Friendship Dinner night begins at 6:00 p.m. and includes a fun and informative program that shares with participants Thai customs, language and a Thai game called “hamburger!” Blossom on Main’s regular menu will be available all evening and 10% of every meal purchased goes to Folkmoot. The sharing of cultural traditions, most especially through community partnerships, is at the heart of Folkmoot’s mission. The Thai Friendship Dinner with Blossom on Main is a great example of such outreach.
Many think of Thai food as always spicy, but Blossom prepares menu items to the taste of the diner. For more information about the menu, Thai Friendship Dinner or other Folkmoot events, activities and programs, visit Folkmoot.org or by phone, 828-452-2997.
Folkmoot’s year-round programming initiatives have been made possible by Haywood Regional Medical Center, the Community Foundation of Western North Carolina and the Cherokee Preservation Foundation.
Folkmoot is a nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating many cultures in one community. The Folkmoot Friendship Center is located in the Historic Hazelwood School at 112 Virginia Avenue in Waynesville. Staff can be reached by phone at (828) 452-2997 or by email at email@example.com.