The family-friendly, colorful festival of Holi will be celebrated at the BR2600 parking lot on Friday, April 1, 2016.
Holi is an ancient festival from India that celebrates the beginning of spring. Participants throw brightly colored powdered pigments on each other as a way to commemorate the vibrant, abundant colors of springtime and to say farewell to the long winter. It’s beautiful, messy, and always fun.
Along with the traditional tossing of colors, there will be plenty of free activities for the family: face painting, henna tattoo artists, dance performances, and live music – all to be enjoyed while you grab dinner at one of the mobile gourmet food trucks.
Don’t forget to bring the family, old clothes for all to wear (white work best with the colorful powdered pigment), and join us in this free and exciting early evening frolic.
Questions? Call Bishop Ranch Community and Outreach at 925.543.0100.