MARQUETTE — If you are looking for something to do this week, well there is International Food Fest going on down by Marquette’s Lower Harbor.
This annual event allows the public to try great ethnic favorites, including German, Asian, Italian, Mexican, Cajun and American delights from noon to 10:30 pm each day. This festival is put on by the Marquette County Exchange Club every year annually; it’s hosted every year to help support local charities.
“If you love this country and you are charitable and want to see the fabric of this community held together then this is a great way to do it,” said Geno Angeli, Co-Chair of annual food fest, MCEC. It is an easy way to do it, a cheap way to do it and you will feel good not only celebrating this great nations birthday but also contributing to the charities.”
The group is expected to see a large number of people from the community come down to enjoy food, beer and music.
The festival will also still be going on during the 4th of July where the fireworks will be shown at dusk.