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Diwali celebraton welcomes all, offers special foods, music and Hindu culture

David Moore
November 14, 2012 | WGVU  

An ecumenical event with its roots in Hinduism welcomes everyone this Friday. The celebration of Diwali Is marked by special foods, dancing, culture and music.

It’s at 6:00pm at Fountain Street Church, free and open to the public.

To get a better idea of what it’s all about, David Moore talks with Fred Stella, President of the West Michigan Interfaith Dialogue Association.

Fountain Street Church is located at 24 Fountain NE, Grand Rapids
Seating is limited and admission is by reservation only.
Call (616) 459-8386

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