Dozens of countries to be represented at Judd Elementary International Night

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Information about the culture of Sout Africa is on display as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Students learn about the culture of Egypt as they, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Greek dancing educated the crowd as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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A parent learns about the culture of Italy as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Khushi Shah, 10, a 5th grader from East Brunswick performs traditional Indian dance as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Khushi Shah, 10, a 5th grader from East Brunswick performs traditional Indian dance as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Information about the culture of Sout Africa is on display as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Students learn about the culture of Egypt as they, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Greek dancing educated the crowd as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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A parent learns about the culture of Italy as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Khushi Shah, 10, a 5th grader from East Brunswick performs traditional Indian dance as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Khushi Shah, 10, a 5th grader from East Brunswick performs traditional Indian dance as students, parents and faculty at Judd Elementary School in North Brunswick learn about different cultures during the school's first ever International Night, on Jan 25.SCOTT FRIEDMAN

The Judd Elementary School PTO and the North Brunswick Township Education Association will hold Judd’s first International Night from 6:15-8 p.m. on Jan. 25 in the school’s gym and cafeteria, 1601 Roosevelt Ave., North Brunswick.

Explore different countries presented by Judd families, learn to speak new languages using technology, see cultural performances, and taste foods from different countries that are donated by local restaurants and Chartwells Food Service.

Countries represented so far include Italy, the Dominican Republic, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Venezuela, Mexico, South Africa, Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, India, France, Ireland, Greece, Israel, Brazil, Egypt, Jordan, Poland and Jamaica West Indies.

This is a free event for the entire community, but donations for Elijah’s Promise Community Kitchen will be accepted: deodorant, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, pasta, beans, canola oil, olive oil, herbs, spices, salad dressing, instant oatmeal, boxed cereal, cleaning supplies, bleach, paper towels, plates bowls, cups and napkins.

Students must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information, email juddpto@hotmail.com.