Librarian Sarwan Randhawa (at right) showed Township councillor Charlie Fox how to tie on a turban at the Diwali festival at Muriel Arnson Library on Saturday

Diwali Festival Fun

Librarian Sarwan Randhawa (at right) showed Township councillor Charlie Fox how to tie on a turban at the Diwali festival

Librarian Sarwan Randhawa (at right) showed Township councillor Charlie Fox how to tie on a turban at the Diwali festival at Muriel Arnson Library on Saturday, Oct. 26.

The Diwali “festival of lights” activities that day included demonstrations of traditional Sikh foods and arts, including dance.

The dancers included seven year old Ishaan Singh Rangi, and Sarbjit Randhawa.

Ishaan Singh Rangi, 7, demonstrated bhangra dance at the Diwali festival.

Sarbjit Randhawa demonstrated bhangra dance at the Diwali festival.

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