Newton Celebrates India! Free Cultural Festival, Nov. 10

Experience and enjoy the flavors, music, stories, crafts, fashion, and games of Indian culture at the Newton Cultural Center, 225 Nevada Street, Newtonville on Saturday, Nov.10th, 10am – 5pm.

There is something for everyone to enjoy and try at the Indian Festival:

  • cricket demonstration by David Carey, the cricket teacher at The Fessenden School,
  • free Divali-themed arts & crafts for children of all ages,
  • carrom board games to try out,
  • a book signing by local Indian writers,
  • delicious Indian food,
  • a fashion show showcasing the regional costumes of India and
  • exciting music and dance performances featuring dances by Thillai Fine Arts Academy and the Triveni School of Dance; music by Shuchita Rao & Rajesh Pai, the Anubhava School of Music, Ram Naidu & KVS Vinay, Phil Kaplan and Jon Proudman; and more dances by the Upasana School and Aangikam Dance Academy.
  • The Festival ends with a lively Bollywood dance by Bal Vihar of Newton, and community Garba and Bhangra dances.

    For more information, visit the Newton Community Pride website or call 617-527-8283.