Indian Society of Calgary

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Indian Society of Calgary


Potluck Day

Prince's Island Park 698 Eau Claire Ave SW, Calgary, AB, Canada

Pot luck and entertainment

Career Development Workshop

Giuffre Family Library 3223 14 Street Southwest, Calgary, AB, Canada

This event will focus on various dimensions of career development especially for new comers to Calgary - preparing CV and cover letter, preparing for interviews etc. The event will also focus on socializing with other delegates over coffee and chit-chat.

Indian Independence Day Celebration

North Glenmore Park 7305 Crowchild Trail SW, Calgary, AB, Canada

Flag hoisting ceremony to celebrate the Indian Independence Day. This is a private ticketed event and attendance is through a personal invitation only.

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations

The Genesis Centre 7555 Falconridge Blvd NE #10, Calgary, AB, Canada

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations

Volunteer Meet-up

Calgary Central Library 800 3 St SE, Calgary, AB, Canada

The Indian Society of Calgary organized a volunteer meet up on January 21st, which was attended by over 100 old and new volunteers. The event aimed to bring together volunteers who have worked with the society in the past and those who were interested in volunteering in the future. The meet up was an excellent …

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Naari Shakti: International Women’s Day

Calgary Central Library 800 3 St SE, Calgary, AB, Canada

On March 4th, the Indian Society of Calgary celebrated Women's Day to honor and recognize the achievements of women in the community. The event was an excellent opportunity to celebrate the progress made towards gender equality and to raise awareness about the issues that women still face. The event included a variety of activities, including …

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Holi-Festival of Colours

Bowness Park 8900 48 Ave. N.W., Calgary, AB, Canada

On March 18th, the Indian Society of Calgary organized a Holi celebration at Bowness Park that attracted over 700 people. The festival, also known as the "festival of colors," is a Hindu tradition that celebrates the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil. The event was a lively affair, featuring music from …

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