Lebanese Cultural Garden on Kid's World Day
The Lebanese Garden was one of 4 Gardens featured on the first annual Kid's Day in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. Kids (of all ages) learned about Lebanon and Lebanese language, culture, history, geography and more. They even learned the basic steps to Lebanese dance.
Pierre Bejjani and Faris Alameh spoke about Lebanon as the children colored flags of Lebanon in the Lebanese Cultural Garden. They told about the Cedar tree, languages spoken in Lebanon and about the capital city Beirut which has a climate like San Diego.
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Pierre Bejjani and Faris Alameh on Kid's Day
Coloring the Lebanese flag
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