List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2008-04-05

    5th Annual Norouz Festival Sizdeh Bedar

    Bay Area - South Bay Saturday - April 5, 2008     10:00 AM

    Norouz Festival Committee and Hafez Cultural Foundation cordially invite you to the:

    5th Annual Norouz Spring Festival of Northern CA

    This event will be celebrating the 13bedar ritual on Weekend of April 5th and 6th from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

    The venue, Vasona County Lake Park, is located in Town of Los Gatos, in Northern California.

    Admission is Free. Come and enjoy our entertainment, live free concert, cultural dances, excellent foods and wonderful vendors and sponsors.

    General Parking is available (until full) for $6 and limited Premium Parking is available next to the stage.

    For more info., to get a booth or sponsorship opportunities call Mehran (Matt) Kamkar at (408) 999-0211 or email at mkamkar@cccengineers.com.



    Last year we had the world famous Black Cats with their talented lead singer Kamyar. We had over 24,000 visitors at the event lat year in April 2007.



    For pictures of last year visit:

    http://www.iranian.com/Shahrokhi/2007/April/13Bedar/index.html

    mkamkar@cccengineers.com>

    United Cup Tournament

    Bay Area - South Bay Saturday - April 5, 2008     10:00 AM

    United Cup Volleyball and Soccer-Tennis Tournament @ NoRouZ Festival, Los Gatos, CA Apr 5 & 6.



    For more information, please go to:



    http://unitedcupfoundation.org/Tenn-foot-event-mar08.pps



    info@unitedcupfoundation.org>

    Golden Thread's Fairytale Players present "The Girl Who Lost Her Smile"

    Bay Area - East Bay Saturday - April 5, 2008     10:30 AM

    Golden Thread's Fairytale Players present "The Girl Who Lost Her
    Smile", eclectic presentation of a children's story by Karim Alrawi
    incorporates elements of Naghali, the traditional Iranian story
    telling style, Commedia dell Arte and Middle Eastern folk dance.
    Presented in English with Persian poetry, SAT, Apr 5, 10:30am, at the
    Berkeley Public Library, Main Branch (2090 Kittridge Street,
    Berkeley, CA), free admission, and SAT, Apr 12, 12pm, UC Berkeley
    International House Spring Fest (2299 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA),
    admission to entire event is $7;http://ihouse. berkeley. edu/springfest/
    http:// www.goldenthread. org

    Celebrating the Birth of Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) Milad Nabi

    Bay Area - East Bay Saturday - April 5, 2008     05:50 PM

    A Joint Program Between ICCNC and Masjid Al-Iman
    Saturday April 5, 2008 at 5:50PM

    http://www.iccnc.org/?p=79

    Program: Dinner, Prayer, Lectures by Professor Mahmoud Ayoub and Sheikh Hesham Kabbani, and Spritual Music

    Mahmoud Ayoub was born in 1938 in south Lebanon. He received his Ph.D. in History of Religion from Harvard University in 1975. Upon completion of his education, he has authored a number of books in English and Arabic in the area of Islam and Inter-religious dialogue. The most notable are Redemptive Suffering in Islam and The Qur’an and Its Interpreters (2 volumes to date). He has published over fifty scholarly articles both as chapters in edited works as well as in well-known academic refereed journals. Two of his recent works are Crisis of Muslim History: Religion and Politics in Early Islam, 2003, and (forthcoming, 2004) Islam in Faith and History (both published by Oneworld Publications). Currently he is working on the third volume of The Qur’an and Its Interpreters.

    Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani is a scholar and Sufi shaykh from the Middle East. He graduated from the American University of Beirut in Chemistry. From there he went to Belgium, to continue his Medical Degree in Louvain. Then he received his Islamic Law Degree from Damascus. Kabbani advocates an understanding of Islam described by his supporters as fundamentally based on peace, tolerance, respect and love.

    UCSD Persian Club Norouz Show feat. Comedian Max Amini

    California - San Diego Saturday - April 5, 2008     06:00 PM

    Contemporary music and dance performances by UCSD students. Stand up routine by renowned comedian Max Amini.



    Saturday April 5

    UCSD Price Center Ballroom

    6pm-8pm

    FREE Admission

    FREE Parking

    Open to Everyone



    Park in the Gilman Parking Structure

    9500 Gilman Dr.

    La Jolla, CA 92093



    Questions? E-mail persian@ucsd.edu

    persian@ucsd.edu>

    18th Annual Celebration of Iranian Cinema

    Los Angeles Saturday - April 5, 2008     07:30 PM

    Red Card

    (Carte Ghermez)



    Director Mahnaz Afzali's documentary on the celebrity trial of Shala Jahed, accused of murdering the wife of her soccer-star lover.



    @The Billy Wilder Theater, located in the Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024



    Advance tickets are available at www.cinema.ucla.edu. Same day tickets available at the Billy Wilder Theater box office.



    Call 310.206.8013 for more information.

    archive@ucla.edu>

    UCSD Persian Club Norouz Party With Saeid!

    California - San Diego Saturday - April 5, 2008     09:00 PM

    Join Saeid performing his brand new tracks from his upcoming album!

    Also this event sounds by DJ Mohsen, Julius, and DJ AL spinnin the latest and greatest of Persian, Hip Hop, and more.

    Dress to Impress

    $7 Before 10:30 pm, $10 after. This event will sell out, and once the tickets are gone the doors are closed, so come early to save off the cover and maximize your fun.

    College ID + 1 Guest



    If any issue with the ID thing e-mail persian@ucsd.edu and we'll get you in.



    ***ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO CHARITY***



    Don't miss out on one of the biggest on campus parties of the year.



    Arshia album release party

    Los Angeles Saturday - April 5, 2008     09:30 PM

    Arshia album release party (club vanak), dj arash and dj kia,best of persian and international music.

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