NorthWest Share is organizing the virtual Spring Festival in partnership with Washington State Parks Folk & Traditional Arts Program. The festival will be streamed on Saturday, May 22, from 12 noon till 3.30 pm.
Spring Festival will highlight the significance of spring in diverse cultures around the world. This virtual cultural festival is free and family friendly.
Spring Festival is a collaboration between NWShare and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission’s Folk & Traditional Arts Program and is made possible by funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Washington State Parks Foundation.
Latha Sambamurti, producer & Director of virtual spring festival.
You can access the festival in the following virtual locations:
For more information about the festival, please visit :
NWShare is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Seattle based organization founded in 1998. The vision of the organization is to nurture the community through arts, culture, traditions, heritage, education and humanitarian services. NWShare believes in creating prosperity by sharing. For more information please visit