July 21, 2018 | 3:00pm

Marina Park, Thunder Bay.

HOLI

Don’t miss the Colour Throw Event called Holi on Sept. 9th at 3 pm at Marina Park. With roots in ancient East India, Color Festival is a joyful reminder to cast away bad feelings and throw worries to the wind. In India, the Festival of Colors (Holi) announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter.

VEGETARIAN FEAST

In Indian culture, vegetarianism is popular for health, nutrition, economics, and religious reasons. Vegetarianism in Indian culture is viewed as an essential step towards a better society. It can improve health and prevent disease such as cancer and heart disease.

CHARIOT PARADE

Join us on for festival of India for a variety of fun events showcasing the amazing culture of India brought right here to Thunder Bay. Enjoy a Chariot Parade, classical East Indian music, dances, drama, exhibits, henna tattoos, Indian Bazaar and a free delicious feast for all.

 

Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of India right here in Thunder Bay.
Entrance is FREE.

Donations are welcome at the door.

Festival of India is Thunder Bay’s happiest and largest annual celebration of culture, arts, music and food. The entire community is invited to join us at Marina Park .

Hear live Kirtan music, view transcendental art, participate in interactive dance parade, taste delicious traditional Indian cuisine professionally prepared by an East Indian Chef from New York, and visit our colourful market and children’s interactive activity area.

Also, don’t miss the Colour Throw Event called Holi on Sept. 9th at 3pm @ Marina Park. With roots in ancient East India, Colour Festival is a joyful reminder to cast away bad feelings and throw worries to the wind.more info about Festival of Colours is available at www.FestivalofColours.ca