A melting pot of food, language, music and dance will return to Civic Square on Friday for Launceston's Harmony Day celebrations.
After being cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19, organisers are excited to bring the annual celebration back to the community.
The free event will feature a flag ceremony, a range of international food stores, multicultural entertainment and information.
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Organised by the Migrant Resource Centre North, in conjunction with CityProm, the University of Tasmania and City of Launceston council, MRC chief executive Ella Dixon said it was exciting to see the event return.
"This year we are just really excited that Harmony Day celebrations are back, and that we have been able to work with the council to ensure it is a COVID-safe event," she said.
People interested in attending are encouraged to register ahead of Friday through Eventbrite.
Harmony Day is a national celebration of diversity and acceptance, and has been an important event in Launceston's annual calendar of community events for many years.
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