Fall Community Day: Diwali

Art - Fair/Festival

Saturday, November 3, 2018
10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Celebrate the traditional fall Hindu "Festival of Lights" with a full day of Indian dance, music, art-making, food, and more! In Partnership with India Society of Worcester.

10:30am to 2:30pm--Music and dance presented by India Society of Worcester - Renaissance Court

10am-3pm--Rangoli Artist Rashmi Pitre Showcase – Lancaster Welcome Center
10am-4pm--Gallery Game: Before Plastics – Pick up at Membership Table
10am-4pm--Learn how to drape a sari, presented by India Society of Worcester – Salisbury Hall
11am-4pm--Mehndi (henna) artist Noureen Sultana – Hoche Scofield Room
11am & 1:15pm Bollywood Dance Drop-in Workshop – HEW 2nd Floor Conference Room

10am-3:30pm--Madhubani Art Coasters - Studio 100
10am-3:30pm--Diwali Door Hanging - Studio 101
10am-3:30pm--Rangoli Stenciling - Studio 102
10am-3:30pm--Paper Marigolds - Art Cart in Lancaster Welcome Center

10:30am--Family Tour
1pm--Zip Tour: “The Genius of Louis Tiffany and John LaFarge” – Radiance Rediscovered exhibition
2pm--Tour of the Month: "The Art of India and Iran" – Preserved Pages: The Book as Art in India and Persia exhibition

11am-3:30pm--Bawarchi Biryanis Framingham - Museum Café

Cost: $16 adults, $14 students and seniors; $6 youth ages 4-17; Free for ages 3 and under

Suggested Audiences:Elders, Adult, College, High School, Middle School, Elementary, Preschool, Toddler, Infant


Last Modified: October 31, 2018 at 3:25 PM


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