List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2011-03-20

    Nowruz Festival 1390

    Texas - Houston Sunday - March 20, 2011     01:00 PM

    Join us for our annual celebration of the first day of Spring. Please invite all of your friends as well. This year, our main entertainer will be none other than Black Cats. 

    Tickets are $15 in advance and include a $5 food coupon for food sold inside the festival. Tickets at the gate will be $18. Tickets go on sale soon at Super Vanak, Phoenicia, the Iranian Cultural Foundation office, and online at Please contact the ICF office for more details at 

    Other festivities include: 

    - Merchandise bazaar 
    - Opportunity to sign up for ICF Persian language classes and other cultural classes 
    - Opportunity to take pictures with the traditional Nowruz table spread (Haft Seen) 
    - Live Persian classical and pop entertainment 
    - Persian food and drink 
    - Children's area 

    Novrooz Azari Celebration

    Washington DC Sunday - March 20, 2011     02:00 PM

    Novruz Holiday Celebration

    featuring Azerbaijani music and dance performance by Imamyar Hasanov and the Silk Road Dance Company, DJ Dariush, food and activities!

    Join us in a traditional celebration of Novruz, the holiday marking the arrival of Spring!

    Experience the unique traditions and customs of Novruz, including delicious Azerbaijani cuisine and special pastries. Meet old friends and new as you celebrate this time-honored holiday. The event will also feature dancing, outdoor activities, the traditional “bonfire jumping,” fortune telling, and more!

    Novruz is one of the most beloved and colorful holidays in Azerbaijan. Meaning "new day" in Persian, Novruz marks the beginning of the year for people in Azerbaijan, Iran, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and other common cultural heritage countries. Novruz has been celebrated for at least 3,000 years and is rooted in the ancient traditions of the Zoroastrian belief system.

    Glenview Mansion is an elegant home built in 1926 that is included on the National Register of Historic Places because of its architecture and formal gardens. Built to entertain, the venue is the icon of the 153-acre Rockville Civic Center Park in Maryland. Parking is available.
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