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NCNC's Successful Participation in International Festival 2014

Dear Community Members:
As all of you know, NCNC participated in four activities during the International Festival (Sidewalk café, Bazzar, Cultural booth, and Main Stage performance). We are very pleased to announce that our participation was very successful. Three groups (Adult, Teen, and Children) participated in the main stage and a lots of people enjoyed our performance and provided very positive feedback. It showcased our culture/tradition to thousands of people from around the world which directly aligned to NCNC’s mission of promoting and preserving our culture and tradition.

Cultural booth was visited by thousands of people. This year’s theme was natural wonders and a lot of young visitors got stamp in their passports and learned about Nepal and its wonders. Also, we had asked questions about Nepal during the visit and those who answered correctly were rewarded with a coupon to get discounts at Sidewalk café . As always, Nepali Bazzar was able to attract many visitors as well.

Side walk café was the big hit. We saw people holding MOMO and LASSSI in their hands everywhere in the convention center. We raised a good amount of funds from the event that will help us to run several activities all around the year. Our sincere thanks goes to all the volunteers who tirelessly worked round the clock to make this event successful. Without your selfless help and contribution this event would not have been possible at all. Thank you very much.

Thakur Karkee, PhD
President
Nepal Center of North Carolina (NCNC)