The United India Association of New England is committed to promoting Indian culture in America. The most important thing for us is the next generation, our children, so to celebrate the we are going to hold our first ever Children's Day! We want to invite all of you and your friends to partake in this fun and free event! We will be doing arts, crafts, singing songs, dancing, writing and listening to poetry, playing games and many other things from India! We will also have some festive refreshments to celebrate the winter holidays together.
Join us in Hunneman Hall at the Brookline Public Library, 351 Washington Street in Brookline Village, from 3-5pm.
This event is free but please register so we have enough supplies and seats available.
Please register here:
Would you like to volunteer? Is there a craft you would like to teach? Or a dance you would like to perform? This is also a wonderful opportunity for older children/teens to mentor younger ones!
The children are our future, so we are most committed to teaching them our culture and traditions, so that they will carry them through their lives and be proud Indian-Americans!
For further information from the Brookline Public Library please see: https://www.brooklinelibrary.org/events/event/childrens-day-in-india/
Please contact us with any questions.
Thank you for your support!
Wishing you a very happy holiday season!
The United Indian Association of New England Team
Uniting the Community, Instilling Pride, Promoting Culture"