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Upcoming Events

Friday 11/06/20

Diwali Special:  Comedic Relief with Rajiv Satyal

"Funny Indian" Rajiv Satyal will join ICC to celebrate Diwali.

Sunday 11/08/20

Diwali Storytime

A special interactive Diwali story time for children with Akruti Barbaria.

Saturday 12/05/20

Fauja Singh Keeps Going

A family event. Meet author Simran Jeet Singh who will read his book and talk about the 100 year-old marathon runner who inspired him.

12/02/20

Meet Alka Joshi

The author of the bestseller The Henna Artist virtually visits with ICC at Greenwich Library. 

Recorded

A Special Interview with Vibha Bakshi

The director and producer of the National Film Award winning documentary SON RISE speaks with Sharabi Ahmed. 

Recorded

Diversity, Inclusion, and Resilient Kids

ICC addresses parents' role in helping children re-enter the world confident and resilient.

09/20/20

Fall Classes

Fall Classes feature ICC's most popular interactive classes -- Rubik's Cube, Ramayama, Math, STEM, and Hindi.  

Recorded 

Lady Mohini Kent Noon

Christine Kim interviewed Lady Noon, author of a book about Buddhist teacher Nagarjuna's timeless wisdom. Watch on YouTube.

MISSION

India Cultural Center is a non-profit organization that celebrates the arts
and culture of India. 

Our mission is to foster inclusion by educating and engaging the community in Indian culture.

Announcements

Bengal Tigers and Team Kadiyala win ICC Trivia

20 teams competed for prizes donated by Cap Cork & Cellar on Friday 9/25.  Bengal Tigers (Mia Schultz and Neel Roy) won the title of ICC Trivia champs.  Vinay Kadiyala and family won 2 rounds and the bonus question.  On hand to help Pat Tully ask the questions were comedian Rajiv Satyal and sponsors Chris Vescio and Marina Brolin. 

ICC Announces First Ever Fundraising Campaign

The cancellation of ICC's annual gala, its one fundraiser, has created an income gap. To ensure that ICC has the funds to continue to 2021, ICC has launched "ICC Bridge to 2021." Donate now.

ICC Booklist for Children 

Divya Shenoy and Veda Swaminathan, Greenwich High School students, have compiled a booklist for kids 0-18 that explores the topics of race, cultural awareness and self-esteem.  You can find the booklist HERE.

Black Lives Matter

India Cultural Center reaffirms its mission to foster inclusion. As an organization that celebrates the cultural wealth of India in the US, ICC believes that the rainbow of humanity strengthens communities. In Gandhi's words,"No culture can live if it attempts to be exclusive."

ICC Coronavirus Response

• ICC programming has moved online. 

• ICC is committed to keeping our community connected through shared experiences.  

• ICC asks families and friends to stay safe by social distancing, keeping your hands away from your faces and washing your hands.  

• ICC families include many healthcare workers. ICC thanks them for their commitment to the community.

ICC High School Coding Teacher Honored as "Most Dedicated Teen"

Purab Angreji, who taught coding at ICC Children's Classes throughout his high school career, received Moffly Media's "Light a Fire" Award at the Westport Playhouse on December 5. Purab was centerstage with board chairs, nonprofit founders and inspiring executive directors for his contributions to ICC. 

ICC Greenwich operates with support from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

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