Asha - San Francisco presents a day of colors and fun - Holi 2014
30th March, 2014 : 12pm - 3pm
James Lick Middle School 1220 Noe Street, San Francisco, CA 94114-3797
Holi is the Indian festival of colors. It celebrates the colors and vitality of spring by marking the change of seasons. This year Asha SF is bringing this festival to you, right here in the heart of the city! What better way to welcome spring than by dousing friends with color, enjoying performances, and dancing the day away with a live DJ!
How does it work?*
Grab handfuls of different colors, and smear all over nearest face (self included). Try aiming for friends or family, though complete strangers on the field wouldn't mind either. Try not to smile too wide when they return the favor – pink teeth don't suit everyone. Color is included in the ticket price.
Savor delicious Indian food and hot chai from some of San Francisco’s famous Indian Food trucks!
Who are we?
Asha SF is a non-profit organization with the goal of providing basic education to the underprivileged children in India and all proceeds from this event will go towards achieving that goal! Come celebrate with us and be a part of this goal by participating in this great outdoor party. What better way to spend time with your friends and make new friends then with color, music and food!
This is Asha-SF annual fundraiser to raise funds for underprivileged children in India. Proceeds from the event benefit various Asha SF projects: see more details here
* The colors are made from cornstarch and food grade dyes.