The community will come together to salute to the legacy of nonviolence, peace and tolerance at the annual Gandhi Day.
The 10th Annual Nonviolence and Peace Day, organized by the Indian American Organization is Saturday, Oct. 6.
The event, at the Milpitas Main Library, aims to promote nonviolence, peace, community building, tolerance, leadership and more. Participants will share experiences, and work with youth leaders, children and families to make the world a better place. They will use activities and purposeful living to promote issues of nonviolence and peace.
Gandhi Day is open to all. It will include children's activities; a drawing contest; song and dance performances; fancy dress, costume & Gandhi look-alikes; displays; inspirational talks from members of various communities and ethnicities; and more.
The event is 11a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Milpitas Main Library, 160 N. Main St. Get more information online here www.nonviolencepeaceday.org, by calling 510-789-6182, or email Sam@samrao.com or email@example.com.