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Mai Bhago & I

Saturday
,
14
April
2018
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Saturday
,
14
April
2018
6:30 pm
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7:30 pm
(EDT)
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Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)
Hosted By
Ekjot Singh
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Ekjot Singh
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Mai Bhago & I

Saturday
,
14
April
2018
6:30 pm
-
7:30 pm
(EDT)
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Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)
Hosted By
Ekjot Singh
Hosted By
Ekjot Singh
Hosted by
no one

In collaboration with Sikh Heritage Month.

Join us as Inni Kaur, Author, Poet & Storyteller, shares the life & legacy of Mai Bhago. She touches on the incredible inspiration Mai Bhago has had on the lives of all Sikhs.

"Mai Bhago & I
I see her.
I hear her.
I feel her.
See her through my eyes.
Hear her through my words.
Feel her through my heart." - Inni Kaur

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Inni Kaur
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Date & Time

Saturday
,
14
April
2018
-
Saturday
,
14
April
2018
6:30 pm
-
7:30 pm
(EDT)

Location

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)
9 Wellington Street East
Brampton
,
Ontario
L6W 1Y1
Canada
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Event Contact

Ekjot Singh

647-606-5954

emann09@hotmail.com

Presenters

Inni Kaur
Creative Director

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Mai Bhago & I

Saturday, April 14, 2018
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