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PERSIAN NEW YEAR FESTIVAL – Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Chahar-Shanbeh Souri literally means ‘Eve of Wednesday’ because the festival is always held on the last Tuesday of winter.
The fire festival includes the ritual of jumping over a bonfire which has been handed down since ancient Zoroastrian times.
Dance your way into ‘1399’ with DJ ‘Dr. T.’
Savor delicious Persian cuisine.
Enjoy watching beautiful dancers from the Niosha Dance Academy.

Vendors with Persian-related items or of the Persian community are especially welcome to apply although any vendor may apply. This is a family-friendly, non-alcoholic event with an upscale demographic.
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