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Living Traditions Festival brings global sights, sounds and tastes to Salt Lake City

Published May 20, 2017 12:16 am
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The 2017 Living Traditions Festival was born Friday at Salt Lake City's Library Square. The free cultural celebration presented by the Salt Lake City Arts Council includes dance, music, painting, sculpture and ethnic foods from around the world. The festival runs through Sunday.






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