List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2004-06-27

    Book Reading with Azar Nafisi

    Bay Area - San Francisco Sunday - June 27, 2004     11:00 AM


    Jun 27th
    "Reading Lolita in Tehran" by Azar Nafisi (2003).
    An Iranian professor, now in the United States, recounts her experience teaching foreign literature to women in Iran after the Islamic Revolution. She shows how classics of Western literature related to and had significance to her students. Why did they find "Lolita" so relevant to their lives?

    For more information, please e-mail For more information on the book group and future book selections, or the World Affairs Council in general, please go to

    We hope to see you there!

    All meetings will take place on Sundays at 11:00 AM, at Borders, 400 Post Street, in Union Square, San Francisco. We meet on the 3rd floor events area or in the 2nd floor café if room.

    Tirgan Picnic

    Chicago Sunday - June 27, 2004     12:00 PM

    Tirgan Celebration & Fathers Day Picnic
    (Please note date change)
    Food, fun, dancing, games and much more.

    When: Sunday, June 27, 2004 ,Noon till dusk.
    Where: Harms Woods Forest Preserve, Grove 5
    Old Orchard & Harms Roads, Skokie

    For information, contact Iran House of Greater Chicago
    847 673 0614

    Chai 'n Chat @ Caspian

    Orange County Sunday - June 27, 2004     03:00 PM

    Join us for Chai, Pastries, and networking at Caspian Restaurant in Irvine. Great way to relax on a Sunday afternoon and chat with other professionals from our community over Chai and sweets, a real Persian Tradition. Bring Plenty of Business Cards.

    Date: Sunday June 27, 2004 (3-6 p.m.)
    Location: Caspian Restaurant 14100 Culver Drive Irvine, CA 92604
    Cost: $5/person
    Info: (949) 851-3993 or

    Goroohe Yekshanbeh Literary Group Gathering

    Boston Sunday - June 27, 2004     05:00 PM

    Sunday literary group gathering

    DATE: Sunday June 27, 2004
    TIME: 5-8 PM
    Location:KHANEH-YE IRAN is located at 319 Washington St., 2nd floor, Brighton, MA (near St. Elizabeth Hospital, opposite Gentle Dental Building)
    more info:

    Egypta - Myth, Magic, and Mystery

    Washington DC Sunday - June 27, 2004     08:00 PM

    Egypta: Myth, Magic and Mystery is a dance narrative which depicts the legacy of ancient Egypt, from the Creation Myth, to the death of Cleopatra. Egypta begins with the ominous Prophecy of Thoth, God of Wisdom and Writing, who predicts Egypt’s demise. The story unfolds as life emerges from the waters of the Nile River. The everyday activities of women, such as harvesting crops and weaving linen, are entwined with ancient Egyptian spiritual traditions and myths. The Goddesses Nuit, Sekhmet and Isis, and priestesses of Renenutet and Hathor, bless—and curse—the lives of humans. Egypta’s final moment recreates the Judgment scene in the Egyptian Book of the Dead, in which the heart of the deceased is weighed against the “feather of truth” to determine worthiness for eternal life

    When: June 26, 2004 at 8:00 pm and June 27, 2004 at 7:00 pm
    Where: Washington, DC. Dance Place presents the Silk Road Dance Company in Laurel Victoria Gray's award winning tribute to Ancient Egypt,

    General Admission $18.
    More information at and
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