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Turkish Festival Giving Day and Turkish Mantı Day at Café Divan

May 21, 2016 (12:00 PM - 05:00 PM)

Join #TurkishFestivalGivingDay & Turkish Mantı Day at Café Divan!

ATA-DC is delighted to launch an annual #TurkishFestivalGivingDay and invite our members and friends to join our "Turkish Mantı Day" at Café Divan on May 21st to celebrate the award-winning Turkish Festival! This year, we are planning another wonderful festival and we need your support to share the best of culture in the heart of Washington, DC.

We will also celebrate the May 19 Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day on this special day! Come join us for a double celebration and enjoy delicious Turkish cuisine! Don't forget to bring your family & friends!

Date: Saturday  May 21, 2016
Time: 12 pm - 5 pm
Address: Café Divan, 1834 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
Minimum donation amount: $30.00 - per one serving including one soft drink (Proceeds will benefit the Annual Turkish Festival)

Turkish Textile Showcase By Denise Dickens from OutsideDesignWorks. Complimentary Turkish coffee will be served.

Please make your reservation before May 18th by emailing at or consider making a donation HERE

We also encourage you to share your photos from the past festivals on social media and to support our fundraising campaign using the hashtag #TurkishFestivalGivingDay

We look forward to your participation!

Warm regards,
ATA-DC Turkish Festival Committee

About the Turkish Festival

14th Annual Turkish Festival will offer a full day of free activities that range from lively folk dancing and musical performances to arts and crafts activities for children and adults. Visitors will enjoy other much-loved aspects of Turkey such as its delicious cuisine, traditional coffee fortune reading, and a bustling Bazaar. The Festival brings together a wide range of artists and more than 25,000 Washingtonians in an environment that fosters intellectual curiosity and leads to engaging interactions.

Annual Turkish Festival is an award-winning program of ATA-DC. In April 2016, the readers of the Washington City Paper voted the Turkish Festival as the "Best Cultural Festival" and "Best Festival of DC".

For more information, please visit HERE