On March 27, 2018 HCR 67 proclaimed April 2018, “Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month” in Delaware. Our big thanks to our dear friends Representative Paul Baumbach who first introduced the resolution in the House and Senator Bryan Townsend who later introduced it in the Senate. It was unanimously passed in both the chambers.
In 2018 Vaisakhi, the grand day for Sikhs worldwide, is on Saturday, April 14. Like fragrance and flower are inseparable, good and great things also hold hands. April 14 is also “National Reach as High as You Can Day”.
To celebrate them both, a lot of “snowflakes” will converge at Old College entrance on Main Street at 10 AM. Each participant will be given material to make a snowflake. Those who want to know how Sikhs wrap their turbans will have an opportunity to watch that. Also, you will have choice to wear one for a few minutes if you like. After that we will start walking nice and slow and our walk will end in the Newark United Church of Christ. There, together, we will make a snowman using the same material we had used for making snowflakes.
Punjabis love listening to their souls. Since they care for them, they feed them too. And Bhangra is Punjabis’ staple diet for the souls. A spellbinding fusion of dance and music, Bhangra dynamically and energetically illustrates a collective and traditional path to healthy happiness and love. It enchantingly manifests soul’s joyful ascension to glory.
Date – April 28, 2018 | Time – 5 PM EST – 8 PM EST | Venue – Gauger-Cobbs Middle School, Newark, DE 19713
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