Four members of the Arab Community Center in Liberty perform a traditional Dabke dance at the Arab-American Festival of Youngstown on Saturday. From left are: Mureed Amireh, Ike Omran, Mohammed Salman and Samir Esmail.
Those attending Saturday's Arab-American Festival of Youngstown could have a traditional henna tattoo applied. Henna artists draw elaborate and ornate designs freehand, often on hands, arms or feet. The reddish-toned designs are temporary and fade over time.
Gulay Yazar of Canfield, center, her daughter, Edanur, 9, and sister, Nurten Toslu of Philadelphia, baked the baklava and grape leaves sold at the Turkish booth at the Arab-American Festival of Youngstown Saturday.