Dance, food and art from around the world: Milton’s Inaugural Inclusion Festival deemed a success | News


Milton’s Inaugural Inclusion Pageant was a achievements this past Saturday with hundreds of community associates flocking to Bombardier Park West for the celebration.

The festival marked the beginning of the statewide Inclusion 7 days, which Gov. Phil Scott proclaimed in 2021.

The pageant celebrated range in Milton by means of music, dancing, manner and visual art. 


The festival kicked off at 12 p.m. with a Taiko drumming efficiency by Burlington Taiko. Then college students from Up North dance studio took the phase, showcasing Hip Hop and Contemporary Modern Dance.

At 2:30 p.m. Jeh Khulu Dance and Drum Theater carried out an African Drum and Dance Workshop with artists from Guinea, West Africa and the U.S. Right after that, dancers from Up North capped off the working day with additional dancing.


Through the day attendees could get their encounter painted, get a massage or attempt foodstuff from a wide range of distinct spots which includes Mexico and Ethiopia.

In addition, the Milton Artist’s Guild showcased two attractive items from Vermont artist Misoo, whose paintings as part of her series “The Huge Asian Women” had been on show.