The Chief Sealth Multicultural Night is set for March 20 featuring free food, performances from student groups and much more.

Sealth Multicultural Night Mar. 20 offers free food and a blend of events

The 7th Annual Chief Sealth International High School Multicultural Night is set for March 20 from 6pm to 8pm. Featuring free food and full schedule of performances by students the event is usually well attended.

In addition to booths from student clubs, including the Black Student Union, China Exchange Club, Filipino Club, Native Club, Polynesian Club, Vietnamese Club and MECh/LA, attendees will be treated to a visit from noteworthy local food truck Lumpia World, and “Sealth pride” Italian sodas courtesy of the YMCA. All attendees will receive a set of food tickets to use at the various booths, where all snacks will be free of charge. Chief Sealth PTSA has provided financial support of this event.

As part of Sealth's World Water Week festivities, there will be a number of water-related activities that highlight this year’s focus on sanitation. See the events schedule here. A number of student clubs will also perform including Sealth's drumline, choir and orchestra, as well as the Filipino and MECh/LA clubs and a student break-dancing group. New this year will be what the school calls a "dramatic conclusion" to the school’s involvement in the “Million Bones Project” a student effort to oppose genocide. See our previous coverage of this project here.

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