Indian Festival of Colours Holi Hai is back

PHOTO BY DAN BOUGUERRA

On Saturday, March 3 the Indo-Canadian Organization of Montreal (ICOM) is hosting 'Holi Hai 4.0' to celebrate the Indian festival of colours which rings in spring. Six free workshops at the second floor of the Centre Multisports in Vaudreuil-Dorion will enable participants to submerge themselves into different facets of Indian culture. The event will end with the traditional colours celebration signifying harmony, joy and mutual support.

Program details:

  • 1:00PM – Doors open

  • Until 3PM, 3 ongoing workshops (cooking, self-awareness and crafts) and henna and Indian hors d’œuvres stations ($)

  • 1:30PM – Yoga workshop

  • 2:15PM – Classical dance workshop followed by Bharata Natya and Kathak performances

  • 3:00PM – Bhangra folk dance workshop

  • 3:30PM – Colours celebration to mark Holi in the outdoor parking lot to the rythms of Vaudreuil-Dorion percussionnist, Anmol Rattan

Expected dignitaries: MP Peter Schiefke, MNA Madame Marie-Claude Nichols, Mayor of Pincourt, Yvan Cardinal and Mayor of Vaudreuil-Dorion, Guy Pilon.

For the latest updates on the event, follow-us on Facebook @myICOMontreal.

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