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Events

  Events Calendar

All timings are for guidance only


Family Picnic
Saturday 15 June 2024

11am to 5pm Family Picnic at Royal Victoria County Park

Please contact Sarika on 07885550985
Register before 12th June.
Registration is must due to limited numbers.

Food will be served to registered members only. If you bring your own food please ensure its vegetarian.
Please bring your own water/soft drinks. No alcohol permitted.

Please bring your own picnic blanket or chair.
Meeting point will be advertised on Vedic Activities WhatsApp group closer to time.

You are responsible to find and pay for your own parking.
Children must be supervised by parents at all times.

Please note this event is weather permitted. For any updates please keep an eye on the Vedic Activities WhatsApp.

 


Mataji ki Chawnki
Saturday 15 June 2024

3pm to 6pm Mataji ki Chawnki
 


Sewa Day
Sunday 16 June 2024

1:30pm to 6:30pm Sewa
 


Satyanarayan Puja and Katha
Friday 21 June 2024

10:30am Katha

If you wish to take part in the Puja and Katha
please contact Riteshbhai Bhatt
 


Gujarati Sangeet Sandhya
Saturday 29 June 2024

7pm to 8pm Dinner
8pm to 10:30pm Gujarati Sangeet Sandhya
by Shri Vinodbhai Patel

Adults 15 Children 10 Under 5 free
Tickets include Dinner
 


Shree Krishna Leela Katha
Sunday 7 July 2024

9am Katha & Kirtan by Jaydev Shashtri Ji
12 noon Aarti
12:30pm Bhojan Prasad
 


Vedic Volunteers
Volunteers are always welcome at the various events throughout the year.
Please contact Pujariji Shri Riteshkumar Bhatt, the Temple Pujari 023 8063 2275 or
Vedic Society Secretary: secretary@vedicsociety.com 


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Page last updated 09 June 2024

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