Food and fun abound at Turkish Festival


Date posted: April 6, 2015

SAN ANTONIO – Alamo Plaza was alive with music and food, Saturday, for the annual Turkish Festival.

The free event celebrated different aspects of the Turkish culture including folk dance, the performing arts and authentic cuisine. This year’s theme was San Antonio Goes Turkish.

The festival was organized by Raindrop Turkish House. This is the fifth year the festival has been held.

Source: News4 San Antonio , April 4, 2015


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