The Indian Association of Northern Arizona (IANA) is hosting a contactless Holi festival in honor of the ancient Hindu tradition. The event will be held outside from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 28 in front of the engineering building on the South Quad.
Holi is a popular ancient festival also known as the festival of spring, the festival of colours and the festival of love. Its celebration signifies triumph of good over evil.
The event will have Indian snacks, souvenirs and Bollywood dancing and singing performances. Masks will be required and other health precautions will be enforced to help ensure everyone has a fun and safe time. Visit the True Blue Connects “Contactless Holi” webpage to RSVP. If snow occurs, the event will be canceled. Contact IANA with questions by emailing email@example.com.
IANA is a nonprofit, nonpolitical and nonreligious organization formed to promote awareness of Indian culture and better relations and understanding among the Flagstaff community. It works to bring individuals who share an interest in Indian life and culture together and provide a place where Indian faculty, staff and students scattered across campus can come together in one community.