The Aurora Cultural Arts District continues to find new ways to celebrate its diversity and introduce the rest of the region to its unique multicultural makeup. New this summer, the ImmiFest (short for the Colorado Immigrant Festival) is another link in that effort, shedding light on a quartet of Aurora’s major resident immigrant groups, including folks hailing from Africa, Southeast Asia, Mexico and the Caribbean, over four months. The first installment showcases pan-African cultures thriving in Aurora with a mixture of African food, drink, art and products, and includes a special focus on ACAD’s fair-trade ACADIA Project immigrant creative community. Get a taste of the real Aurora from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, July 22, at ACAD Studios & Galleries, 1400 Dallas Street in Aurora. Admission is free. Future mini-fests celebrate Southeast Asia on August 26, Mexico on September 23 and the Caribbean on October 28; get more information at immifest.com.