Carabram donates to local foodbanks
Carabram weekend July 10,11,12, 2020
Except for Covid-19, this would have been Carabram’s 38th annual event, the second oldest festival in Canada.
Carabram has presented a unique festival that recognizes the cultural diversity in our city. We want our patrons to experience the world through culture, great food, music and dance.
So here is a taste of what happened in 2019.
Carabram 2020, Brampton’s Multicultural Festival, cancelled
Organizers of Carabram, Brampton’s Multicultural Festival, say this year’s event, planned for July 10, 11, 12, is cancelled because of Covid-19.
“For the past 37 years, Carabram has presented a unique festival that recognizes the cultural diversity in our city. We want our patrons to experience the
world through culture, great food, music and dance. We have hundreds of volunteers across multiple venues, who work tirelessly to share their culture every year,” says Carabram President Angela Johnson.
“Considering the crowds that attend Carabram could present a huge risk in potentially spreading the virus, we believe our priority must be the health and safety of our many visitors and volunteers and so, we have no choice but to cancel this year’s festival”.
We would like to thank all our sponsors, partners, vendors, suppliers for their support over the past years and look forward to once again working together in 2021.
On behalf of Carabram our thanks and gratitude to all front line workers, emergency services, grocery stores, pharmacists and everyone who continue to work to keep our community safe and well.
To give back to the community, Carabram will make a donation to two local food banks Regeneration Brampton and United Sikhs.
“It is our hope that we will come out of this stronger and more united,” says Johnson.
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