Are you Savvy for Valentine Day celebration!

savvy couples night

Shobha and Om Ingleshwar of Om Multicultural Get-togethers are celebrating ‘Savvy Couples’ to celebrate Valentine Day on February 15 at Harvey Lowe Pavillion, Doran Drive, Castle Hill from 6.30pm. The night promises to be lots of fun, frolic and full of activities, games centred around couples with an evening of entertainment, music and dance.

shobha and omsmall

Om and Shobha Ingleshwar spreading the ‘message of love’

Describes Shobha, “We have planned and expect couples to participate and get involved with enthusiasm of a day which celebrates ‘love’ in its true sense. We have quizzes  and some interesting and interactive activities centered around couples.”

Many other fun games will create an atmosphere of love on the night, in a decore with balloons and flowers, as Shobha says, “Origin of family is marriage in all our cultures. Marriage is very important and a key institution of society.”

Focussing on such bonds of togetherness and love Shobha and Om have organised this exciting event as she says, “True love is missing these days and relationships battered due to lack of commitment. Young girls and boys are financially secure and are married to their careers rather. They don’t realise that they are giving life away while real love and companionship is last on their minds. ”

“They don’t see that far off to show commitment to something like ‘marriage’.”

“I have been lucky that a matrimonial service ‘Dil Mil Gaya’ and Hargun Collections have supported this event. Many other communities have also shown keen interest in the event as next year we have planned to bless an actual couple who want to tie the knot on our event ‘Savvy Couples’. I want to spread the message of love through this event because love is a universal feeling and it exists in every culture, actually we want to celebrate love between one human being with another on this day.”

This year Savvy Couples has been approached by a couple of couples who actually got married on St Valentine’s Day. They will be treated special on the night and be able to celebrate their anniversary in the company of community and friends.

Entry for People with Disability living in The Hills Shire Council only is free.

So come and celebrate love on ‘Savvy Couples’ Night  – a night of love and togetherness.

Contact Shobha on 0425 307 544 or 0421 575 338.

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