TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)- If you like spicy food and cultural music, Gage Park was the place to be!
The 12th Annual India Fest took place from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Big Shelter House just north of Topeka Zoo.
Guests enjoyed music, dancing, delicious Indian food, face painting, and a Bollywood studio to dress up and take pictures.
Adults and kids told 13 News what the enjoy about the event most.
"Well this has been a brand new experience for me and it has been so educational and so entertaining just meeting these new people has been so much fun and the food smells delicious," said Sherry Lundry with TARC.
"Go on the bouncy houses because I like bouncy houses!' said 5-year-old Lilly Brown.
Some of the proceeds benefit TARC, a non profit group that supports children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.