For the Northern Hemisphere, March 20 is the first day of spring. But for 300 million people worldwide, it’s also the beginning of a new year. Nowruz—“new day”—is a holiday marking the arrival of spring and the first day of the year in Iran, whose solar calendar begins with the vernal equinox.
Nowruz has been celebrated in Iran and the Persian diaspora for over 3,000 years. Its roots are as a feast day in Zoroastrianism, a religion practised in ancient Persia that viewed the arrival of spring as a victory over darkness; It spread across the globe through the diaspora of Persian people throughout history.
Join us for an evening of celebrations, including music and dance performances, free food and drinks and much more! Our wonderful societies will be performing and talking about the history of Nowruz and everyone is welcome to attend.
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