Phoenicia's Yummy Wonderland International Holiday Festival 2016

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Phoenicia's Yummy Wonderland International Holiday Festival 2016
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Phoenicia's Yummy Wonderland International Holiday Festival 2016 says
Go global and give back this holiday season! Celebrate with an international holiday festival and brunch highlighting art, music, traditions and customs from around the globe. Entertain the family with holiday crafts, cookie decorating, cultural performances and live music. This year, you can take also take classes with Mrs. Claus and her elves to learn her secrets on keeping Santa so jolly! Bring a toy to donate towards the Houston Fire Department’s (HFD) Operation: Stocking Stuffer and snap a photo with Santa.

COST: The YUMMY! Wonderland festival and performances are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC with option to purchase food.

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WHERE: Phoenicia Specialty Foods Downtown Houston

Complimentary parking is available in the One Park Place garage on a first-come, first-served basis.

Available for purchase, the YUMMY! Wonderland brunch features a delicious mix of global dishes served during the holidays, including pomegranate glazed salmon, crab quiche, spiced hash browns and warm cranberry coffee cake among other delights.

Adults 21+ can also enjoy complimentary holiday wine samples paired with chocolate, cheese and other holiday treats upstairs in the Wine department.

YUMMY! Entertainment
Enjoy live holiday music and dance throughout the day by local performers. Special thanks to our YUMMY! Emcees: Lily Jang KHOU and Lori Ann San Miguel (Discovery Green)
- Fly Dance Company
- Operativo Houston
- Ridna Shkola Ukrainian School of Houston
- Russian Cultural Center "Our Texas"
- The Awty International School Children's Choir
- TBH/ HOLA-Houston Organization of Latino Artists Ballet Folklorico

YUMMY! Crafts
Let your creative side out to play! Families can create memories at hands-on crafting centers.

YUMMY! Shopping
- East End Studio Gallery - Handmade crafts from Mexico, nativity scenes and local art.
- The Community Cloth - A local organization selling artisanal hand-crafted products locally made by women who come from Afghanistan, Bhutan, Congo, Iran, Iraq, Myannar (Burma) and Sudan.
- Alexenia by Ksania Lerner - Locally-made kitchen aprons in a variety of playful prints and designs.
- Burdlife Jewelry
- Sew My Life Story

YUMMY! Holiday Wishes
What’s on your holiday wish list? Let Santa Claus know during the celebration. Families are also invited to snap a pic with Santa in our photobooth from 10am-1pm.

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By: Phoenicia Specialty Foods