Unite's President and Event Coordinator, Samuel Knox, talks about the organization's goal for the event.
"We're facilitating the networking and the diversity of people and cultures that we have right here in the Ozarks.So I think that's in keeping in the spirit of the King Holiday.I think that the festival is a great addition to the number of things that you can to on the day of," says Knox
The Festival invites families to experience over 40 exhibitors sharing information on healthcare, employment and educational opportunities, and other life enrichment resources.Irish, Korean, Latin American and Middle Eastern dancing will also be a part of the afternoon festival.Knox
says that he
thinks Monday's event will be a great day for families.
"I think there would be something there for the entire family.Just the number of organizations that will be offering and sharing information about the quality of life resources that are available, here in Springfield and in the Ozarks," says Knox