Enjoying his first visit to Mission Community Services Society as MP-elect for the Mission Matsqui Fraser Canyon electoral riding on Oct. 21, Jati Sidhu took the time to promote Diwali: Festival of Light scheduled Tuesday, Nov. 3 at the Mission Clarke Theatre.
To see details of an earlier story on the event, click here.
Media release for Diwali features the following information: Come and celebrate Festival of Light – Diwali on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at the Clarke Theatre at Heritage Park Centre in Mission.
This year the theatre lobby will again be transformed into a marketplace where patrons will be able to purchase a number of cultural items, have their hands painted by a henna artist and learn about Diwali and Mission organizations that enjoy celebrating it.
Dinner, which is free to everyone, will be served in the cafeteria starting at 5 p.m. and features a vegetarian meal and sweets.
Entertainment begins at 6 p.m. with the Korean Drummers and includes performances by the students of Dashmesh Punjabi School, and a number of very talented dance groups, including one featuring the rythms of Mexico.
Even Norden the Magician is making an appearance! Emcees this year are Mission business man Satti Grewal and Abbotsford Coun. Kelly Chahal.
“Don’t miss this popular event brought to you by Mission Community Services Society (MCSS) and its growing team of generous sponsoring partners from Abbotsford and Mission. It’s going to be a great event,” said festival coordinator Chris Kim.
For more information and sponsorship opportunities, call MCSS Settlement and Integration Department at 604-826-3634.
“We hope to see you there for another great celebration of the Festival of Light – Diwali and to experience the many great cultures in our beautiful community!” said Kim.