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Sidak Introduction

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Sidak 2017 will be held from July 23- August 5. What is Sidak? Sidak is a distinctive summer program for young adults (17-40 yrs.) seeking to increase their commitment towards Sikhi. This two-week intensive immersion into Sikh culture, values and community is held at the Khalsa Centre in British Columbia every year. There are three tracks – Sikhi 101, Sikhi 201 and Gurbani 101 – that serve as key foundations of Sidak, other than sessions on leadership development and community building. These tracks and sessions are facilitated by SikhRI’s staff, board, volunteers and occasionally guest speakers. Each facilitator brings his or her own experiences, education and passions to the classroom sessions. The bonds that Sidakers form with each other and their instructors inspire them towards education and leadership long after the program has ended. This unique learning opportunity helps young adults discover their inner-self, build stronger relationships, and infuse Sikhi spirit in their future goals and successes. More details at www.Sidak.org #SummerCamp #SikhiCamp #LeadershipRetreat #SikhHistory #TeamBuilding #LeadershipDevelopment

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