Welcome the the 39th Annual Birmingham Ethnic Festival
The 39th Annual Birmingham Ethnic Festival will take place on Consaul Street and the surrounding area in the Birmingham neighborhood on August 17-18, 2013, from noon to 10PM on Saturday, and noon to 9PM on Sunday.
Please come out and enjoy old friends and make new ones!
The festival will feature popular Hungarian foods including: Chicken Paprikas, Hunky Turkey (Roasted Bacon Sandwich), Stuffed Cabbage, Kolbasz / Sausage Sandwiches, Gulyas, Palacsinta (crepes), Cabbage and Noodles, Pastries and a fantastic array of other ethnic foods on Consaul Street.
On Saturday, at 4PM, join us for the popular Waiters Race.
On Sunday, a Recognition Ceremony will be held at 12:00 Noon on the steps of St. Stephen’s Church, beginning with a flag raising ceremony, announcement of the recipient of the Birmingham Friend of the Neighborhood Award, recognition of local and international guests, and presentation of the Beer Keg Trophy to the winner of the Waiters Race.
Ethnic dance groups will perform both Saturday and Sunday on the three Main Stages at the St Stephen’s / Hungarian Club site, Calvin United and VFW4906 on Consaul Street.
Come join us in celebrating a Weekend in the Old Country as well as a great Toledo neighborhood tradition with great food, music, dance….and refreshments!