AHIA celebrates Diwali on Novemebr 4th and Grandparents Day on 10 November 2018

AHIA is celebrating Diwali on November 4 with its members and guests invited for the event at Concord Function Centre, 138-145 Majors Bay Rd at 6.30pm. AHIA promises the night full of Masti, Entertainment, Dancing and Diwali feast. come dressed in Diwali attire with your family.


Australian Hindi Indian Association (AHIA) is celebrating Grandparent Day on Saturday, 10 November 2018. The function will be from 1.00pm to 4.30pm at Pennant Hills Community Centre, Ramsay Road, Pennant Hills. NSW Government, Department of Family and Community Services has provided the grant for the celebrations.
Founded in 1994 and have about 550 members with majority as seniors and grandparents, AHIA – a non-profit, non-religious and non-political registered organisation works with objectives to promote social and welfare activities.
The celebration will reflect on interaction between grandparents and grand children, refreshments and a short
musical program in honour of the grandparents who have been AHIA members for years.

 

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