List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2004-10-03

    VISIT NIAC'S BOOTH AT THE 9TH ANNUAL NIPOC MEHREGAN FESTIVAL!

    Bay Area Sunday - October 3, 2004     12:00 AM

    When: October 2nd & 3rd

    Where: Orange County Fair & Expo Center, Costa Mesa, CA.

    Time: 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

    For more information please visit NIPOC'S Website.

    MEHREGAN - NIPOC: 9th Annual Persian Festival of Autumn

    Orange County Sunday - October 3, 2004     08:00 AM

    NIPOC: 9th Annual Persian Festival of Autumn (10.2-10.3)
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    MEHREGAN - OCTOBER 2-3, 2004

    9th Annual Persian Harvest Festival of Autumn (Mehregan) is planned
    for October 2 – 3, 2004 at the Orange County Fair & Exposition
    Center.

    This festival is organized by the Persian Community Volunteers of
    Southern California as a non-profit event. Hundreds of people in the
    county's large Persian community volunteer their time and talents to
    bring Orange County the sights, sounds and tastes of ancient Persia
    and modern Iran.

    Booth & Exhibit Reservation: Contact NIPOC (949) 851-3993
    or email: mehregan@nipoc.org

    Corporate Sponsorship: Contact Dr. Hossein Hosseini (714) 674-8528 or
    email president@nipoc.org

    Spectular Walk & Afterward Excursion

    Bay Area Sunday - October 3, 2004     11:00 AM

    Come & Join us for Iran Runners & Walkers for our monthly running or walking event at the Stanford Dish/Foothill on Sunday, October 3, 2004 at 11:00 am to 12:45 am.

    Also, join us afterward for lunch/brunch at Cafe Renaissance for a delicious Persian cuisine at unbeatable prices located on the heart of beautiful historic downtown Palo Alto.

    Please RSVP for this event at iran_runners@yahoo.com as soon as possible seating is limited at the restaurant. Carpool is also available up to three people from Fremont.


    About the Dish/Foothills:

    A popular respite for students, the foothills habitat conservation area is open to people wanting to jog and hike on trails that pass oak chaparral, grazing land for cattle and beautiful panoramas of Stanford and the San Francisco Bay region (on a clear day the skyscrapers of San Francisco are visible). The Dish is home to a variety of vegetation and wildlife. Look for Valley, Blue, and Coast Live Oaks while on a hike. Birds such as Meadowlarks, Bluebirds and Red-Winged Blackbirds also can be seen (and heard) in the foothills.
    Measuring 150 feet in diameter and weighing a massive 300,000 pounds, the radio telescope located in the foothills habitat conservation area, is a popular destination for many Bay Area hikers

    Dr. Abbas Milani speaks out on US Presidential Election

    Bay Area Sunday - October 3, 2004     06:00 PM

    BAIAD (www.baiad.org) Presents:

    A Discussion with Dr. Abbas Milani entitled:

    WHAT IS AT STAKE? Why This Is the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime

    Sunday, Oct 3, 6:00 - 8:30 pm, FAZ Restaurant, 1108 North Mathilda Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA
    Free Admission - This program will be in English
    For more information: See www.baiad.org or email info@baiad.org

    Topics include:
    - Why is this the most important election of our lifetime?
    - What are the stakes for the US, Iranian-Americans, and the prospects of peace in the Middle East?
    - What are likely to be the major differences between the Kerry and Bush Administrations?
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