Planned Annual Events and Activities:
- Nepali School for Children
- Nepali New Year Celebration
- Online Radio
- Spring Daze
- Blood Donation
- Run for Fun
- Ramailo Saanjh (Lok Dohori)
- Ramailo Saanjh (Comedy Entertainment)
- Poetry Festival
- Academic Activities for Children & Youths
- Teej Celebration
- International Festival
- Sangalo Publication
- Dashain Celebration
- Tihar (Deusi-Bhailo) Celebration
- Adopt a Highway
- Data Collection (Census)
- Fund Raise
- Networking Events
- Nepali Movie Show
NCNC Nepali New Year 2071 Celebration!
Dear Community Members:
Please mark your calendar to celebrate New Year 2071:
Venue: Fred G. Bond Metro Park Senior Center
(801 High House Rd, Cary, NC 27513)
Date: Saturday April 19, 2014
Please send your performance (dance/song/acting/muktak etc.) to Mrs. Sujata Dhungel (email@example.com) by March 31st, 2014.
This year we are planning to serve catered meal.
Tickets are available to advance purchase. We encourage you to purchase ticket in advance so that we can plan accordingly.
» Adult per person $10
» Children 10 or under free
» Family five adults or more $45 only
» Ticket bought at the door will cost $12 per adult with no discount.
» Please contact any of the following BOD members for advance ticket purchase:
» Stay tuned for further updates
Please mark your calendar and plan to attend this fun filled night to welcome new year in a big way and exchange your wishes.
Message from NCNC Election Officer:
It gives me a great pleasure to announce, as a pre-holiday present to the entire NCNC community, that we now have a new Executive Committee of the Nepal Center of North Carolina (NCNC). Nine nominations were received in this election cycle for the available 9 positions and the individual committee.
Please join me in congratulating your new representatives (see the list
below) and wishing all blissful and successful tenure ahead.
I would like to express my sincere thanks to current NCNC executive committee for giving me this responsibility and the opportunity to conduct this election. I would also like to thank all other members of our community who provided their valuable input throughout the election process.
New Executive Committee
President: Dr.Thakur Karkee
Vice President: Dr.Tika Adhikari
Vice President: Mr. Rabindra Karki
Executive Secretary: Dr. Batu Sharma
Treasurer: Mrs.Sujata Dhungel
BoD Member: Dr. Shreekant Adhikari
BoD Member: Mr. Dil Bhattarai
BoD Member: Ms. Deepa Dawadi
BoD Member: Mr. Balkrishna Upadhaya
Shree K. Gautam
Mirmire Online Radio Has Been Launched:
We are proud to announce that our first episode of Mirmire Online Radio Podcast has been launched on Saturday, April 14th, 2012. We have moved the radio player to its own page where we have different radio players for different browsers.
CLICK HERE TO GO TO RADIO PLAYER PAGE. You can also click "Online Radio: Mirmire" tab on the left link menu.
SANGALO Received ISSN:
Library of Congress U.S. ISSN CENTER has assigned ISSN number to our annual publication "SANGALO".
Great News for all NCNC Members!!!
All NCNC members (annual, five years and life members) will get 10% discount on their purchase in the following two stores.
Triangle Indian Market: 740 East Chatham Street, Suite A, Cary, NC 27511
Apna Bazaar: 3607 Davis Drive, Morrisville, NC 27560
Udupi Cafe: 590 East Chatham St., Cary, NC 27511, Phone: 919-465-0898
Bombay Beijing (Indo Chinese) Restaurant: 1026 Ryan Road, Cary, NC 27511, Phone: 919-467-8286
Goals of NCNC:
- To preserve the cultural heritage, traditions and customs of Nepal
- To promote Nepalese arts, literature, music, dances and customs
- To promote educational, charitable, social and sport activities
- To provide networking opportunities for NCNC members and others
- To provide assistance to increase the welfare of the people of Nepal
- To provide information and moral support to Nepali immigrants, students and new comers with the integration in to the main stream of the USA
- To provide emergency support to the people in need
Our purpose is to blend and foster friendship and cordial relations with the local community, protect Nepali culture and identity, extend helping hand to Nepal and the Nepalese around the world in any way possible. We also endeavor to disseminate information and advice to new and potential comers to North Carolina, as well as to those with a desire to learn about Nepal, Nepali culture or those that are ready to embark upon a trip to Nepal.