List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2006-10-15

    Persian and Turkish Improvisations

    Sunday - October 15, 2006     08:00 AM

    Sunday October 15 – 8:00 P.M.

    Performing Arts Center

    Northview High School

    10625 Parsons Rd.



    Tickets: $27.00

    Information:(678) 357-3572



    Dr. Shirin Nooravi presents: "A Seminar Series for Parents, Couples & Individuals"

    Bay Area - South Bay Sunday - October 15, 2006     11:00 AM

    Dr. Shirin Nooravi presents: "A Seminar Series for Parents, Couples & Individuals" , SUNDAY, Oct 15th, FAZ ballroom in Sunnyvale;

    Seminar 1: 11am-3pm, "Improve communications and connection to your spouse, your children and those around you!

    Seminar 2: 4-8pm "How to be better parents and learn to love yourself and others".

    Price: by September 30th $25 for each seminar, $45 for both $35 for each seminar after October 1st.

    Info: Niosha Nafei 408-656-6565 or Dr. Nooravi 818-344-6818. http://www.nooravi.com

    In the Spirit of Fès: Living our Values

    Sunday - October 15, 2006     01:30 PM

    Writers, scholars and civil society activists engage in a roundtable discussion on how to sustain values and engage in imaginative action in an increasingly complex and turbulent world. Featured panelists are: Taoufiq Ben Amor, Columbia University scholar, writer and musician; Benjamin Barber, scholar, writer, and founder of Interdependence Day; The Very Reverend James Parks Morton, Dean Emeritus of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and founder of The Interfaith Center of New York; Olara Otunnu, former U.N. Undersecretary General for Children in Armed Conflict; Zeyba Rahman, Director North America, Fès Festival and Forum; and Imran Riffat, Brookings Institute Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World, and Finance Director of Synergos Institute.



    Moderated by Mustapha Tlili, founder and director of New York University's Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West.



    Sunday, October 15th, 2006 at 1:30 pm at 501 Schermerhorn Room, Columbia University (2960 Broadway at West 116th Street).



    To be followed at 3:30 pm by a screening of the documentary on Sufism, "Wajd/ Les Milles et Une Voix: La Musique De L'Islam," directed by Mahmoud Ben Mahmoud.



    These events are free and open to the public.



    Presented in collaboration with CivWorld (civworld.org), the Fès Festival and Forum, the MEALAC Department at Columbia University, and the Interfaith Center of New York (interfaithcenter.org).



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