Thai Culture and Food Festival

Waree Ellis performs the Manora Boochayan on the main stage at the 2nd annual Thai Culture and Food Festival at the Buddhist Center of Dallas on Sunday, May 24, 2015.

Michael Reaves/The Dallas Morning News

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Dishes representing Thailand’s four regional cuisines will be offered, including common ones, such as pad Thai and spring rolls, and some rarities prepared by local restaurants and vendors. The festival, presented by the Thai Community Center of North Texas, will also include demonstrations of Muay Thai (Thai boxing) and martial arts and traditional music, dance and theater.

Thai Community Center of North Texas presents two fun-filled days showcasing Thai food, culture, classical music, dances and arts. Admission and parking are free and proceeds benefit the Thai Community Center.
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