Kingston Multicultural Festival is a free family-friendly event organized by members of diverse local communities who come together to create a festival featuring the food, performances, and crafts by the region’s various cultural organizations and ethnic groups.
The 2022 Celebration of Immigrant Heritage month will take place on the weekends of June 3rd and 10th, 2022 and will feature bread stories. Stay tuned here for updates!
In 2020 the Kingston Multicultural Festival moved ONLINE. Visit our festival site to encounter the vibrant culture of the Hudson Valley at your own pace!
Click the link to discover videos of Hudson Valley neighbors sharing and teaching the music, languages, foods, and crafts from different cultures.
In 2021, the Reher Center, in partnership with the Cornell Creative Arts Center, brought the tradition of the Guatemalan Worry Dolls/Muñecas Quitapenas to over 1000 Kingston elementary school students.
Click here to hear the story of the worry dolls in English, Spanish, and Q'eqchi' and learn how to make your own worry doll out of a popsicle stick or a pipe cleaner, yarn, and scraps of fabric.