OLLI at FSU: Classes on Arts, Culture, Music, History and more.. -
OLLI at FSU is a scholarly and exciting program of classes targeted to mature adults who want to learn in a stress-free environment where there are no tests and no homework: Learning for the fun of learning! No college required!! More details. (IATLH is not affiliated with OLLI)
Sunday, March 19th 2017 from 5 PM - EKAL Music Program: -
IATLH has partnered with Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation to support education movement in rural India and to bring high quality Music Concerts to Tallahassee (https://www.ekal.org/us/events). Please join us for the evening to enjoy EKAL SUR EKAL TAAL - An Indian musical mega concert - a rainbow spectrum of talent and skills. Highlights of the night - Bollywood Melody - Folk Songs / Dances - Patriotic Songs - Indian devotional music and more performances by Group of Ekal Artists travelling from India. More details. (This is an IATLH event)
Sunday, March 18th 2017 from 11:00 AM - Sri Ram Bhakta Hanuman (A play in Sanskrit): -
Hindu Temple of Tallahassee invites you to screening of video recording of the stage play "Sri Ram Bhakta Hanuman", a 48 minute play entirely in Sanskrit (with English Subtitles) at 11 AM Marth 18th at Leon County Main Library 200 W Park Ave Tallahassee FL. Please see the trailer. (This is not an IATLH event).
Sunday, March 12th 2017 from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM - HOLI Celebrations: -
Please join us to celebrate HOLI festival by playing with colors (IATLH will provide) and enjoying nice potluck lunch. More information. Venue: A J Henry Park, Tallahassee. (This is an IATLH event).
March 2nd and 3rd 2017 - South Asian Media and Cultural Studies Conference: -
FSU Center for Global and Multicultural Engagement invites all IATLH Members to "South Asian Media and Cultural Studies Conference" . More information. (This is NOT an IATLH event).
Tuesday, Feb 28th 2017 - Red Carpet Reception at the Tallahassee Senior Center: -
There will be a Red Carpet Reception Tue. February 28, 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Tallahassee Senior Center hosted by Choose Tallahassee and the Tallahassee Senior Foundation and sponsored this time by OLLI. The purpose of this event is to help welcome all newcomers and newly retired people to Tallahassee. Senior IATLH members may RSVP by Feb 23rd via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (This is NOT an IATLH event).
Thursday, Feb 23rd 2017 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Rotary Peace Concert: -
Please make plans to join Marvin Goldstein and members of the Tallahassee area Rotary Club for our Rotary Peace Concert from 7:00 to 8:30pm, Thursday, February 23rd at the Tallahassee Community College Turner Auditorium. This concert is offered as a gift to the Tallahassee Community in recognition of the Centennial of the Rotary Foundation and its mission of “Doing Good in the World.” A reception will be held from 6:30 to 7:00 pm and local Rotarians will explain how their Clubs promote peace and conflict resolution. Marvin Goldstein is a world-renewed concert pianist who has performed for over 50 years. His Peace with Music Foundation seeks to bring about positive change between cultures, traditions, political, social, and religious differences solely through music. Peace with Music is a life’s work for Marvin who states that “where words fail, music speaks.” Venue: Tallahassee Community College Turner Auditorium.(This is NOT an IATLH event)
Saturday, Feb 18th 2017 from 2:00 PM – 5 PM - FSU International Bazaar: -
The International Bazaar is a free event that gives campus and community cultural groups the opportunity to share their history and heritage while giving individuals the opportunity to learn about cultures and traditions from around the world. In addition to performances from cultural groups and table displays from student and community organizations (IATLH will set up a booth during this event), the International Bazaar also features a variety of international foods to sample for $5 per plate. Tickets for the food can be purchased the day of the Bazaar. More information at http://cge.fsu.edu/culturalPrgms/intlBazaar.html Venue:FSU Ballroom. (This is NOT an IATLH event)
Saturday, Jan 21st, 2017: Lohri/Sankranti/Goda Kalyanam Celebrations -
Hindu Temple of Tallahassee is inviting to celebrate "Lohri/Sankranti/Goda Kalyanam" on Jan 21st @ 2PM at 2616 Gamble Rd Lloyd, FL 32337. More details and RSVP (This is not an IATLH event)
Thursday, October 13th, 2016: Shiridi Sai Sathsang -
Shiridi Saibaba Bajan’s (SathSang) is performed once every month on a Thursday and next one is on Oct 13th from 6:45pm to 8:45pm at Chairs Comunity Center, 4810 Chairs Cross Rd Tallahassee FL 32317. This get together will be very informal and main purpose it is to chant Baba Bajans together with love, followed by Sheja arathi and Prasad. (This is not an IATLH event)
Thursday, October 8th, 2016: Experience Asia 2016 - The Asian Coalition of Tallahassee (ACT) invites you to the 12th Annual Experience Asia Festival Saturday, October 8, 2016 at Bloxham and Lewis Parks, Park Avenue, Tallahassee Florida 10 am to 5 pm. India Association members will perform at this event. Please join and encourage them. (This is not an IATLH event)
Tuesday, July 19th: Tally Guru Purnima Celebrations 2016 -
Invitation to first Hindu community wide Gurupurnima celebrations in Tallahassee on the Gurupurnima day the 19th July, 2016 from 6:30PM thru 9:30PM. This event is open to all, so please come and get Saibaba's blessings on this special day. for more information please visit the evite at http://evite.me/QekYbaUZaJ . (This is not an IATLH event)
Saturday, June 4th, 2016: Devi Mahamaya -
Hindu Temple of Tallahassee is organizing "Devi Maha Maya", a musical mythological play in English based stories from "Devi Bhagavatam" with the central idea that the supreme takes feminine form to protect the devotees and to destroy the evil. This play is by Atlanta based group which has credit of having staged over 25 mythological and historical plays to broadway show standards with phenomenal music and choreography, costumes, stage props and actors. Tallahassee needs to be proud of this event since the music for this play is composed and conducted by a Tallahassee resident. Venue: Lee Hall Auditorium on June 4th, 2016 at 2PM. Event flyer. (This is not an IATLH event)
Thursday, May 19th, 2016: Shiridi Sai Sathsang -
Shiridi Saibaba Bajan’s (SathSang) is performed at least once a month on every 3rd Thursdays and next one on May 19th from 6:45pm to 8:45pm. This get together will be very informal and main purpose it is to chant Baba Bajans together with love, followed by Sheja arathi and Prasad. Event Flyer (This is not an IATLH event)
Friday, May 13th, 2016: International Night at Starts Middle School -
A mixed cultural event is scheduled by Starts Middle School on May 13th between 6 and 8 PM. IATLH members will participate in the cultural performances along with other groups. Please join to enjoy the performances and encourage our members. (This is not an IATLH event)
Saturday, May 7th, 2016: Asian American Heritage Month Celebration -
A mixed cultural event is scheduled by Starts Middle School on May 7th between 6 and 8 PM. IATLH members will participate in the cultural performances along with other groups. Please join to enjoy the performances and encourage our members. (This is not an IATLH event)
Sat, Oct 24, 2015: Muktangan Bengali Association of Tallahassee - Sarbojonin Durgotsav - Moore Auditorium FSU @ 8AM - 10PM (This is not an IATLH event)
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- Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 - 6 PM to 9 PM: Sri Shirdi Saibaba Sathsang Anniversary Celebrations -
Invitation to 1st Anniversary of Sri Shirdi Saibaba Sathsang Celebrations in Tallahassee on April 4th, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Invitation and more details.
Contact: Mr. Bidhan C Saha @ Muktangan.BAT@gmail.com
Muktangan Bengali Association of Tallahassee invites you and your family for the Fifth Sarbojonin (Community) Durga Puja in Tallahassee. Please join us in celebrating this auspicious
event filled with devotion, fun, food and cultural program. More info
Sat, Oct 10, 2015: Telegu Music Program - Good Shepherd Church, 4665 Thomasville Rd @ 7 PM (This is not an IATLH event)
Contact: Mrs.Radhika Noori @ email@example.com or Srinivasa Kishore @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Telegu Music Program for charity of Vegesna Foundation. This charity works for orphans and physically challenged children, provides them food, clothing and shelter and most importantly gives them some kind of vocational training in skills like accounting, computers, teaching etc. and trains them to be fruitful citizens in the society. Many of its children/students are stable working professionals in India and some of them are even sent to other countries like U.S.A. by their employers/companies. Many of them are married and leading a normal life with children in the society. This organization, as usual, brings talented and reputed singers from India and gives free music pgms here. The admission
is free for public, but they appreciate any voluntary donations from the audiences. The singers will sing on tracks, mostly Telugu old and new film songs. Since music is divine and it does not have any specific language we request everyone to attend and support this noble cause.
Sat, Oct 3, 2015: Experience Asia - Lewis and Bloxham Parks, 10 AM to 5 PM (This is not an IATLH event)
Many of the IATLH members will perform alongwith several other Asian countries performers. Please come and enjoy Asian food, Art and craft and cheer the performers.
Oct 3 & 4, 2015: SAT Volleyball Tournament (This is not an IATLH event)
Contact: Mr. Rony Joseph @ email@example.com
Sports association of Tallahassee (SAT) invites you all to participate in their First ever tournament for Volleyball. Around 10-12 teams are expected to participate. Each team should have minimum of 4 players and the maximum of 6 players. All matches will be played in Sand Volleyball Court. PIease confirm your participation by Saturday 19th September to Mr. Rony Joseph @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, Aug 29, 2015: DDay - Film Screening - Main Library @2:30PM (This is not an IATLH event)
Contact: Mrs.Radhika Noori @ email@example.com
Screening of a small short film DDay (approximately 30 minutes) made by Mr. Ramesh Manyam of Atlanta. The admission is free.
The name of the film is Dday and it displays the cultural clash between the immigrant parents and their American-born children on a Prom day, something which every one of us can relate to.
It is in Telugu, but English sub-titled and can be understood easily by children and other non-Telugu speaking people. This film has been screened at several cities/places and acquired a lot of acclaim from different groups of people.
After the screening there will be an interacting / discussion / Questions & Answers session with Mr. Ramesh & his team. For more details please contact Mrs.Radhika Noori @ firstname.lastname@example.org