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MSU International Food Bazaar set Feb. 20

January 15, 2010

MSU students from more than 25 countries will share native food and customs at the 28th MSU International Street Food Bazaar. Organized by MSU's Office of International Programs, this year's bazaar is set for 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, in the MSU SUB Ballrooms. Photo courtesy of MSU Office of International Programs.    High-Res Available

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MSU News Service
Tel: (406) 994-4571
Bozeman -Montana State University's SUB Ballrooms will be transformed into an exotic banquet of tastes, aromas, sights and sounds during the 28th annual MSU International Street Food Bazaar set for 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb 20.

More than 25 countries will be represented at the fair. MSU international students will prepare native foods, which will be available for purchase in a market-like atmosphere. Food costs will range from $1 to $5 a serving.

In addition, students will provide entertainment in the SUB Union Market by performing traditional dances, singing songs and playing traditional musical instruments.

Admission will be free for MSU students with a CatCard, courtesy of Associated Students of Montana State University. Children under the age of 10 are also free. For others, admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students ages 10-18.

The event is sponsored by MSU's Office of the President, MSU's Office of the Provost, ASMSU, the City of Bozeman, First Interstate Bank, Right Now Technologies, Terrell's Office Machines, Montana Travel, Montana Center for International Visitors, Seachamp, Ltd., and Poland Culinary Vacations.

For more information, contact the Office of Internationals Programs at (406) 994-4031 orby e-mail at To volunteer, contact Geraldine Govaerts at 994-7418,

Deborah Chiolero, (406) 994-4031,