The event celebrates the variety of cultures and traditions represented by the more than 900 international students and scholars at Boston College. Display tables will feature crafts, foods, costumes, videos and other materials offering information about different countries. There will also be music and dance performances by campus intercultural organizations.
In case of rain, the event will be held May 2.
Located across Beacon Street from Carney Hall, the labyrinth - a 50-foot circle of 12 concentric rings enclosing a single path that leads to a center rosette through some 300 yards of multiple loops - is a duplication of one on the floor of the Cathedral of Chartres in France.
The event, which takes place at 7:30 p.m. in Campion 139, will present new work from area authors and illustrators, and spotlight new talent in the field of children's literature. Admission is $2 with a Boston College ID. For information, call (617) 244-5551.
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