Please accept our humble obeisances!
All glories to Srila Prabhupada!
All glories to Sri Guru and Sri Gauranga!
ISKCON Scarborough's 6th Annual Jagannath Festival is scheduled to take place tomorrow - Saturday -18th Aug 2018 at the Milliken Park, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada (McCowan & Steeles).
This grand event is free for everyone and includes a diverse assortment of multicultural activities for the entire family. The focus of this year is to make the stage programs newcomer friendly.
There will be several tents in the park where you can get your face painted beautifully, apply henna to your hands/palms and you will also find cookbooks, ancient Vedic texts and nice framed pictures.
The Merciful Supreme Lord of the Universe - Lord Jagannath and His brother Lord Baladeva and their sister Subhadra Devi will be coming out of the temple to the Park to give their unlimited blessings.
The highlight of the event is the distribution of free vegetarian feast/free water for everyone throughout the day starting at 11 am.
Several dignitaries including Dr Raymond Cho (MPP) and Mr Logan Kanapathi have confirmed their participation in the event.
The parade starts inside the Milliken Park at 11 am and the VIP inauguration is scheduled to take place at 12 noon.
This year the stage programs will feature several world-class performers including singers from Australia, lion dance from China and magicians who regularly perform in Disney cruises.
We are very pleased that HH Bhaktimarga Swami (The walking monk), HG Suresvara das and several other Srila Prabhupada's disciples will be in attendance.
Haribhakti Dey (Anup Jalota said the following about Haribhakti Dey - " This boy has the causeless mercy of Mother Saraswati"), Dhiragrahi das, Radha Murati kirtan group and others will be presenting melodious kirtan & Bhajans that will be accompanied by beautiful instruments like the harmonium, mrdanga-drum, bass guitar and more.
There will also be wonderful Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi dance performances on the stage.
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