CLEVELAND — *Editor's Note: The video in the player above is from a previous report.
The 75th annual "One World Day" is taking place at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens on Sunday, August 29.
The family-friendly event celebrates Northeast Ohio's rich diversity through exposure to a variety of cultures and education. The fun kicks off at 11 a.m. with a welcoming ceremony at the new Centennial Peace Plaza and lasts until 6 p.m.
Those who attend will be able to enjoy a variety of activities including a parade of Flags, a naturalization ceremony, cultural performances, entertainment, gardens exhibitors, authentic diverse ethnic food, children’s activities, and more.
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation has been celebrating "One World Day" since 1945. This year's theme is "Peace through mutual understanding."
According to the official event website, "One World Day is the highlight of summer events in the Gardens and the occasion at which all the Gardens get together to celebrate as one. "
The event is free and everyone is welcome. Organizers are also offering free parking an shuttles from the parking lot to the gardens.
One World Day is presented by Councilman Councilman Kevin Conwell and produced by Johnny Wu,co-Founder of the Cleveland Asian Festival. For more information on " One World" Day and the Cultural Gardens, click here.