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Horizon to host Indian Street Food Festival

MADISON – Huntsville India Association will present the second annual Indian Street Food Festival on May 6.

Horizon Elementary School will host the festival from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Horizon Elementary PTA is helping with the event.

Organizers encourage residents to come out to the festival, relax and sample authentic homemade food from different states of India. Guests can enjoy cultural events and entertainment at the event. Children will find a play area for fun and games.

Tickets are $7 each and $3 for children who are seven years and younger. Children who are two years old and younger will be admitted free. Tickets will be sold at the event.

The event is an annual fundraiser for Huntsville India Association, which was founded 40 years ago and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

For more information, visit Facebook/Indian Street Food Festival.

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