Rang Barase – Festival of Colours by Sankat Mochan Samiti
Date: Sunday, 27 March 2016
Time : 11:00–18:00
Venue: Princess Highway Reserve, Oakleigh East VIC 3166
As a result of Community Grants from the City of Monash, we are going to celebrate, “Rang Barase – Festival of Colours”, on Sunday 27 March 2016 from 11.00 AM till 6.00 PM at the Princess Highway Reserve, located at 1656 Dandenong Rd., Oakleigh
The venue is near the intersection of Dandenong Road and the Clayton Road and is approachable by Bus Services along the Dandenong Rd and from Monash University. Ample parking is available. Bookings for limited numbers of Gold & Silver Sponsorships and Stalls are now open and shall be dealt on the First come First serve basis. Please inquire and Book now to avoid disappointment.
Holi Celebrations at Latrobe University, Bundoora
Date: 28 February 2016
Venue: La Trobe University, 1 Kingsbury Drive, Melbourne, Australia 3086
Fusion Entertainments brings back colourful extravaganza in Melbourne’s North for the 4th consecutive year!
ACADEMIC LAWN ✪ La Trobe University BUNDOORA
FUN ▶ FOOD ▶ ENTERTAINMENT ▶ LOTS OF COLORS
LIVE Band ▶ DJs ▶ Performers
A very warm welcome and thank you to La Trobe University Bundoora for coming on-board this year… For the first time ever in the history of Victoria, an Australian University is getting involved in organising the Indian Festival “HOLI” commonly known as the The Festival of Colors… Proud moment for us all and thank you to everyone involved to make this happen!
Sponsorships & Stall Enquiries Open | Call 0422 655 710
Holi at Hume
Date:13th March 2016
Venue: MALCOLM CREEK RESERVE, crn Hanson Rd & Grand Blv Craigieburn
AMO is delighted to announce a new inititive in community building in conjunction with the Fitnic Team – Holi Fitnic @ Hume. Sunday 13 March 12-7 pm at the Malcolm Creek Reserve (crn Hanson Road & Grand Blv , Craigieburn) .
The purpose of the HOLI FITNIC is to bring the community together to enjoy fun activities promoting healthy lifestyles and eating options, and celebrate the Holi Festival of Colours together. There will be a healthy fruit/ veggie stand, activities for the kids, interactive sporting demonstrations., multicultural music and dance performances.
The AMO theme is to bring the communities and individuals with different cultural, religious and national background to come together and enjoy the feeling of companionship and friendship amongst all by sharing the fun of sprinkling and dusting the beautiful dry Colours on each other signifying that the Mother nature’s scheme of beautiful colours is non-discriminatory and it creates a blissful complementary combination of pleasure enjoyed by everyone. If you would like to be involved please call Guri Singh 0424 820 466 or Raghbir Dhanjal on 0488 282 200.
Festivals of South Asia Holi Festival in Werribee
Date: Saturday 19th of March 2016
Time: 11 AM to 9 PM
Venue: Werribee Racecourse , Bulban Rd Werribee 3030
Festival of Music Dance and Colour. 10 Vibrant team of Non stop DJ’s , 10 Hours of Music Entertainment, 50 Local Bollywood Dancers, Holikan Dahan in the afternoon, Variety of stalls, Children Rides, Mouth Watering food, Children Rides
Hari Yellina: 0439 32 32 32
Anu Sabharwal: 0425 813 007
AIII Holi Celebrations at Sandown Racecourse
Date: 20th March 2016
Venue: Sandown Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia 3174
The Australian Indian Innovations Inc Presents
The AIII returns to Sandown Park for the 8th Time — Celebrating the Festival of Colours
Holi Celebrations at Sri Durga Temple Rockbanks
Date: 20th March 2016
Time: 11am to 5:00pm
Venue: 705 Neale Road, Rockbank, Vic 3335
Live DJ, Dholi and Cultural Programs
Live Performance by Local Artists . Holika Dahan at 4:30pm
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