Ana Min Hunak: I am from there...Arab Cultural Evening for Palestinian Land Day
Saturday, March 30 6:00 PM
Bonsor Banquet Hall, 6550 Bonsor Avenue, Burnaby, BC (Near Metrotown)
- Free Parking Available
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/549079475123907/
Join the Palestine Cultural Society and the organizing committee of the Vancouver Palestinian Shatat Conference for an Arab cultural evening commemorating Palestinian Land Day - experience Palestinian culture as we celebrate our connection to the land.
The cultural evening will be held in Bonsor Banquet Hall in Burnaby, BC.
Featuring:*Palestinian and Arab music*Delicious food*Palestinian DABKEH performance*Poetry and song*Face-painting*Art on display
Children are welcome - bring your family! This is an evening for community celebration, solidarity, and cultural resistance.
Tickets on sale in advance and at the door: $15 general admission, $10 for students, $45 group rate for a group of 4, $65 group rate for a group of 6. Children under 12 free.
To buy tickets online, visit: http://landday.eventbrite.ca/
For tickets, call:Omar - 604-379-4050Rima - 604-506-4765Abdelaziz - 604-600-1561Abdullah - 604-760-1058
**tickets will be limited: FIRST COME FIRST SERVE!**
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Proceeds will support the Conference of the Palestinian Shatat in North America, taking place in Vancouver May 3-5, 2013!
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