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Kite flying and playing with the colors are very important festivals of the Indian Culture. Makar Sankranti is a festival for flying kites whereas Holi is the festival for playing with the colors. In other words, both of these festivals are rejoiced all over India with absolute joy.
Friends of Indian Society is presenting you 12th Annual Kite and Color Festival in Cumberland County Fairgrounds. In view of this upcoming event in New Jersey, you can fly kites to recall your childhood memories or have the pleasure to play with colors with your friends and family.
Few highlights of this event:
1. Kite Flying
2. Dance Performance
3. Dhol Tasha
4. Rang Barse
5. Holi Fire Lighting
The best part is that this event will be free for the kids under 5 years. In addition, people who will book their tickets in advance will be served complimentary lunch and snacks. Being a cultural event, alcohol and beverages will not be served! Furthermore, you will get free kites, threads, colors and water blaster till the supply will last.
Children absolutely love flying kites and playing with colors. In fact, it is a different experience to feel the joy with kids by flying kites and playing with colors.
What else can be more pleasurable than going out with your family and enjoy these two festivals in abroad?
Bring your family and friends to get yourself entertained with these amazing Indian festivals in New Jersey!
Here are the event particulars:
Date: June 9, 2018 (Saturday)
Timings: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Venue: Cumberland County Fairgrounds (3001 Carmel Road, Millville, NJ 08332)