|070414-1 Samad (Parviz Sayad) in Seattle
||Bahar Baa Banafsheh, Norooz Baa Samad
Museum of History & Industry
2700 24th Avenue E., Seattle, WA 98112
Reservations: (206) 769-1884
Sat. April 14th, 2007
Start at 8:00 PM Ticket Price: $35
Tickets can be purchased at:
10705 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98004
||On Tuesday Night, join all Iranian and Iranian-Americans of the Seattle area as we celebrate the beginning of ‘Norooz’, the Persian New Year. We say goodbye to 1385 and hello to 1386!
Everyone will gather @ Alki Beach and setup fires to jump over, as has been tradition for centuries.
1702 Alki Ave. SW, West Seattle, WA (Directions) (Map)
|070315-1 Seattle Shabeh Jomeh
||Shabeh Jomeh: Norooz Edition
Join us next Thursday for the last Shabeh Jomeh of 1385!
Gallery At Windermere
16 Central Way, (Corner of Central Way and Market Street)
Kirkland, WA 98033
Thursday, March 15th, 7:30pm-10:30pm.
|070316-1 Club Heaven
||Club Heaven Club Heaven Layout
172 South Washington Street
Seattle, Washington 98104
This will be an unforgettable night of dance music featuring popular
Persian, Turkish, Arabic, and other international hits delicately mixed for
Two of Vancouver's hottest DJ's will take you through an upbeat, gher
shakin' musical journey that will not be forgotten!
Come Join your family & friends to experience an unforgettable night!
|070320-1 Norooz -- Vernal Equinox 5:07pm (PDT)
||Happy New Year!
Tuesday, March 20, 2007: Vernal Equinox 5:07pm (PDT)
|070323-1 Disco Parvaz Seattle Norooz
||DJ Pooyan, Nima and Maryam
|070324-1 Edmonds Persian New Year
||Join us for a festive night celebrating Persian New Year (NOROUZ 2007).
Persian Style Dinner Catered by Shahram Live Music and Dance Hosted by DJ Mozi.
Location: Edmonds Conference Center,
201 Fourth Ave N Edmonds WA 98020
When: Saturday March 24th , 6:30pm till Midnight
RSVP: Mitra Behroozian email@example.com or 425-487-6051
Space is limited, so to guarantee your reservation please send your checks before March 17th to
Mahi Mehr P.O. Box 2084 Lynnwood WA 98036
Make checks payable to ZSWS
|070331-1 Interfaith Program
||Understanding the People of Iran:
Their Culture and Their Heritage
Saturday, March 31st, 2007
Temple B’Nai Torah
15727 NE 4th St. Bellevue, 98008
v Enjoy a delicious Iranian dinner
v Gain insight into ancient Persian culture
v Listen to Persian music
v Meet some of our Iranian neighbors
v Hear reflections from Iranian immigrants
v Learn facts about Iran’s history
v Celebrate the Persian (Iranian) New Year
This program is sponsored by Together We Build (TWB), a very successful interfaith program, which has lived its purpose of building community among faith groups by working together on Habitat for Humanity projects. For five years, Jews, Christians and Muslims have worked together to build houses for low income families in King County.
The idea of Together We Eat and Learn (TWEL) grew out of this very positive experience of multi-faith sharing, serving and learning. TWEL seeks to create intergenerational and interfaith events that foster respect, friendship and understanding.
You and your family are invited to join us in any or all of the following
3:00 – 5:00 pm Help to prepare Persian food.
5:00 – 6:00 pm Enjoy Persian appetizers, a Persian New Year
demonstration; music, videos, Iranian facts and artifacts
6:00 – 7:00 pm Persian dinner
7:15 – 7:30 pm Islamic prayers and Jewish end of Sabbath ceremony
7:30 – 8:30 pm Panel presentation followed by Q & A
Childcare will be provided between 3-6pm. (Toddlers & older children)
A minimum donation of $10/per person, $30/per family is requested to cover the cost of food. Additional donations will be given to the Together We Build interfaith alliance.
Due to limited space,
registrations must be received by March 24th!
For registration and other information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425.830.8834
|The 99c Family
||It's their 88th Performance!!! Always funny - Always different. Critics call it: "The best foreign language play, in a foreign language" Ticket price: $25, $35, VIP-$40.
|2007 Iranian Film Series: Stray Dogs
||Stray Dogs (93 mins).
Director: Marzieh Meshkini.
Stray Dogs is an intimate portrayal of two sibling street children in Afghanistan. In order to get closer to their imprisoned mother they go on a crime spree in Kabul.
|2007 Iranian Film Series: Sounds of Silence
||Sounds of Silence (97 mins).
Director: Amir Hamz and Mark Lazarz.
This documentary by Amir Hamz and Mark Lazarz gives a grounded portrayal of musicians struggling with censorship. Through interviews with musicians in Tehran’s underground rock and hip-hop scene, the film allows the viewer a rare glimpse into the lives of a new generation of young artists searching to merge Iranian and Western musical traditions.
|2007 Iranian Film series: Kamancheh
||Kamancheh (46 mins).
Director: Bahman Kiarostami.
Kamancheh follows master players of this challenging string instrument into Iran’s outlying provinces, giving the viewer a taste of their craft.
|2007 Iranian Film Series: Behjat Sadr
||Behjat Sadr (46 mins).
Director: Mitra Farahani.
Behjat Sadr looks at the life and works of one of Iran’s most famous modern women painters. Sadr herself leads the viewer through her canvasses, discussing major influences in her art.
|Method of Interpretation of Quran
||Mr. Abdolali Bazargan is known by representating a common sense and logical understanding of Quran and Islamm. Those whose hearts are searching are most welcome. For some introduction about Mr. Bazargan, please vist: http://www.bazargan.com/abdolali/default.htm. The programs are in Farsi.
Friday, March 2nd at 8:20-10:00 PM, Methods of Interpretation of Quran --
Saturday, March 3rd at 8:20-10:00 PM, Q&A
|BBC's Rageh Inside Iran: A Documentary
||University of Washington's Persian Circle Student Organization presents: BBC's Rageh Inside Iran: A Documentary. Rageh Omaar embarks on a unique journey inside what he describes as one of the most misunderstood countries in the world, looking at the country through the eyes of people rarely heard - ordinary Iranians. It took a year of wrangling to get permission to film inside Iran but the result is an amazing portrayal of an energetic and vibrant country that is completely different to the usual images seen in the media. http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/programmes/misc/ragehinsideiran.shtml. Admission: FREE. All are welcome. Discussion to follow. Map direction: http://www.washington.edu/home/maps/southcentral.html?GLD
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