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ONE CAMPUS. ONE COMMUNITY. ONE WORLD.



Downtown Rolla comes alive for this area’s largest multicultural event, featuring live music and dance; ethnic foods, arts, crafts and displays; and plenty of fun for the kids!

Celebration of Nations gives area residents and Missouri S&T students a chance to showcase their heritage and celebrate the vibrant cultural diversity that makes Rolla unique to the Ozarks. It’s a great time!

Created in 2010, the annual event gets bigger and better every year thanks to outstanding participation from the community, great sponsors and full support from the city of Rolla.

Join us at the next Celebration of Nations!

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The date's been set for 2014: Sept. 27!

For more information, please email:

celebrate@mst.edu

Enter your float in the parade!

Everybody loves a parade! Why not get your group together and enter the float competition? Download information Parade entry and regulations‌.

Volunteer

One of the best ways to be a part of the largest international celebration in the area is to volunteer. Complete the Volunteer Form and you may be eligible for a free Celebration of Nations T-shirt.

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For more information, please email:

Nations@mst.edu

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