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Sowers Harvest Café To Celebrate Brazilian Culture & Community November 9

Downtown staple Sowers Harvest Café will celebrate the assortment of cultures that make State College unique in its monthly Cultural Night at the café. For November’s Cultural Night, Sowers will highlight Brazil in an interactive event starting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9.

The event will feature a Brazilian graduate student who will discuss his home country and culture. The event doesn’t have an entrance fee, yet offers a way to build connections with the State College community.

Sowers Harvest Café aims to bring together the community while drinking tea and coffee and learning about life outside of the United States in its cultural immersion.

Last month’s Cultural Night featured a Venezuelan student, and folks can look forward to a deep dive into Italian culture during the month of December.

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