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The Festival of Colors "Holi"

Holi - Vibrant and Colorful Festival Credits: Google

BRIC (Basking Ridge Indian Community) is to celebrate the colorful festival of Holi on Sunday, April 9th at Oak Street Elementary School. The day will be marked by cultural programs presented by children and adults, and will culminate with everyone coloring each other with dry colored powder. 

Holi is one of the most awaited festivals amongst Indians as it not only  marks the beginning of spring but also fills everyone's hearts with the joy of colors. The festival is celebrated with a lot of joy and vigor all over the world and has been the inspiration behind the increasingly popular 'color run.'

10 to 10:15 a.m. - Meet and Greet 

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10:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. - Cultural program (Deadline to register - March 10 - First 18 entries only)

12:30 to 2 p.m. - Lunch 

2 to 3 p.m. - Play with colors.

Rain Date - April 16.

Free entry for Children Below 3 years age 

Holi is celebrated by people of all ages and communities and has been instrumental in bridging the gap between communities and generations.

BRIC community members are looking forward to enjoying this day with their friends and family.



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