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Daddy's Turban Reading & Signing

Sunday
,
7
April
2019
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Sunday
,
7
April
2019
2:30 pm
-
4:00 pm
(EDT)
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Khalsa School, Glen Rock Gurudwara
Hosted By
Richipal Singh
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Daddy's Turban Reading & Signing

Sunday
,
7
April
2019
2:30 pm
-
4:00 pm
(EDT)
No items found.
Khalsa School, Glen Rock Gurudwara
Hosted By
Richipal Singh
Hosted by
no one

Join Inni Kaur, Painter, Author, & Artist as she launches her newest publication, Daddy’s Turban.

Daddy’s Turban takes us into the world of a little Sikh boy, Tegh, who is fascinated with the way his father wears his turban. Tegh wants to grow up quickly, while his father cherishes the innocence of his son. This is also a story of Sikh culture and a celebration of one of its most revered ceremonies – Dastar Bandi.

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Inni Kaur
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Date & Time

Sunday
,
7
April
2019
-
Sunday
,
7
April
2019
2:30 pm
-
4:00 pm
(EDT)

Location

Khalsa School, Glen Rock Gurudwara
541 Prospect St
Glen Rock
,
New Jersey
07452
United States
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Event Contact

Richipal Singh
richipal@gmail.com

Presenters

Inni Kaur
Creative Director

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Daddy's Turban Reading & Signing

Sunday, April 7, 2019
2:30 pm
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4:00 pm
(EDT)

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