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Diwali Festival of Lights returns

Diwali Festival of Lights returns  to the TSB arena and the new shed 6 venues in Queens Wharf

Date: Sunday, 27 October 2013
Time : 1.30 pm to 10 pm.

There will be a variety of delicious vegetarian food stalls, craft and textile stalls, local, regional and international performances.
There will also be educational presentations, workshops and much more. The event will conclude with a countdown to a fantastic display of colourful fireworks.

The Food /Retail stall application and Performer Registration forms are now available on www.asianz.org.nz

You can also email  murali.kumar@wcc.govt.nz ( please note this new email for all correspondences regarding Diwali Festival).

More Information: 
http://img.scoop.co.nz/media/pdfs/1307/Diwali_General_Information2013.pdf

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