Chaharshanbeh Soori, Persian Festival of Fire: Music by Amir Vahab and Potluck Past

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 ,
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
- New York, United States

Free Event

Join us for a transformational fire jumping night, in a Lower East Side community garden celebrating the Festival of Fire to usher in the spring! Free.

There will be fire, music of Amir Vahab Ensemble, Fire Performance by Cinder Petrichor, FalGoosh/fortune telling Kate Temple-West, and yummy potluck traditional *food.

*Food is potluck so please bring food and refreshments to share.
Please call 917-518-9987 if you are bringing any food or like to help.

Much thanks to El Jardin del Paraiso community garden, Amir Vahab Ensemble, Fire Performance by Cinder Petrichor, Fortune telling by Kate Temple-West, and more to come!

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