Cultural Display

Brazos Valley Worldfest Culture Display List

Asian:
Chinese Students & Scholars Association
Hindu Society of Brazos Valley
South Asia Fellowship
TAMU Bhakti Yoga Club
TAMU Chinese Student Association
TAMU Confucius Institute
TAMU Indian Graduate Student Association
TAMU Indonesian Student Association
TAMU Malaysian Student Association
TAMU Nepalese Student Association
TAMU Persian Student Association
TAMU Sri Lanka Association
TAMU Taiwanese Student Association

European:
Aggie French Club
Brazos Valley Czech Heritage Society
TAMU Azerbaijani Student Association
Texas Wendish Heritage Society

Latin American:
Las Rebeldes de Houston
MSC CAMACbrazo
Mexican American/Latino Museum of the Brazos Valley
TAMU Argentine Student Association
TAMU Colombian Student Association
TAMU Department of Hispanic Studies
TAMU Mexican Student Association
TAMU Venezuelan Student Association

Middle Eastern/Arab:
TAMU Arab Student Association
TAMU Pakistani Students Association

Other:
A&M Garden Club
African Safari Storyteller, Elizabeth Kahura
Aggie International Ambassadors
B-CS Sister Cities Association
Blinn College International Student Organization
Brazos Heritage Society
Brazos Valley Bombers
Brazos Valley Farmers Market
College Station High School Culinary
Discovery
Fusion FM
George Bush Presidential Library & Museum
MSC Leland T. & Jessie W. Jordan Institute for International Awareness
Native American Storyteller, Eldrena Duoma
Rhythm Path Drum Circle
TAMU American Indian Student Association
TAMU College of Pharmacy
TAMU International Student Association
TAMU International Student Services
TAMU Undergraduate Entomology Student Organization
World Cultures Part IV – Manifestation of Human Values, Beliefs & Behaviors
XYZ Atlas


Brazos Valley Worldfest is no longer accepting Culture Display Applications.  Email contactus@brazosvalleyworldfest.org with any questions.

Displays are able to sell items or food, but must comply with city regulations.  Complete application for a College Station Vendor Permit Form for $50  (check made out to Brazos Valley Worldfest).

If selling food, you must obtain a Brazos County Health Permit for $60 –(979)361-4450ALL FEES MUST BE PAID BY October 25TH

All sellers of food must attend a Food Handlers meeting on Monday, October 10 at 5:30 p.m. in Rudder 701.  A copy of the Food & Health Permit is REQUIRED to be turned in at least 1 week prior to the festival.

TAMU Student Activities Grant is available to recognized student organizations. You must submit this email approval with your grant application. The grant will help you defray costs you may incur purchasing items for your display and demonstration.  You are encouraged to turn in your application as soon as possible due to the limited funding available. Click here to go to the grant application.

Questions?     contactus@brazosvalleyworldfest.org