“The true morning will not come, until the Yalda Night is gone,” the great 13th century Persian poet Sa’di writes.
While Christians around the world get ready to celebrate Christmas on the eve of December 25th, Iranians hold another festival on the eve of December 21st . Shab-e Yalda or Shab-e Cheleh is the name of this celebration.
Some of the activities in the agenda of the event include:
• Presenting Yalda Tradition with brochures, and Photo snapshot.
• Poem reading.
• Persian Music.
We’ve prepared a flyer as a call for interested participant which is provided in the following. As a cultural event, which is aimed at presenting the Iranian culture and considering the agenda of this event, we made an estimation of our expenses. There is no need to emphasize that your support will enhance the quality of this cultural event and we appreciate your cooperation and support.