Well over 100 volunteers staff information tables, offer unique goods for sale, and entertain throughout the day, with all activities at no charge. Both stages of the Tilden Arts Center will be filled with performers; dancers, singers, instrumentalists from the widest possible traditions including the Caribbean, England, Scotland, Bavaria, Africa, West Africa, Guinea, Cape Verde, Ecuador, Jamaica, Spain, Egypt, Iran, Haiti, Peru, the African-American experience, and what was once known as the Arabian provinces. In addition, Native American singing, and dance, presented by members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Mashpee, will be featured throughout the day. Special activities for children are an important part of the festival. Face painting plus children’s puppet show, juggling instruction and a “Passport” for young people to use to visit countries during their “around the world” travels. Prizes will be given to the passport holders with the most stickers at the end of the day.