Naz716 Business & Cultural Center, in collaboration with the Bridge Niagara Foundation, announced the Eid bazaar will take place from 5-10 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at the Ralph Wilson Community Center, located at 530 66th St., Niagara Falls.
A press release stated, “The Eid bazaar is set to be a vibrant celebration of culture and community. Attendees can look forward to a wide array of attractions, including henna tattoos, traditional dresses, Islamic art, and a diverse range of Pakistani, Indian and Middle Eastern clothes. The event will also feature Pakistani and Indian halal food, and the chance to win exciting prizes.
“Music enthusiasts will be treated to live entertainment and a Bollywood and Punjabi karaoke session.”
Vendors interested in showcasing their products or services are welcome to join, but space is limited. To secure a spot, contact the organizers at 716-531-2075.
The entry fee for the Eid bazaar is $1 per ticket.
The press release stated, “The event is open to ladies and gentlemen alike, offering a unique opportunity to learn about various cultures, and languages, and mingle with the community.”
Organizers Anas Mangla and Nasreen Akhtar said they are excited to bring this cultural extravaganza to the community.
"We invite everyone to come and join in the festivities," Mangla said. "It's a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the richness and diversity of our shared cultural heritage."
Akhtar added, "This is going to be an exciting evening for all. We encourage you to share the word, bring your family and friends, and join us in this unique cultural celebration."