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Upcoming IAOK Event


Save the Date: Sunday, September 10, 2023, 3-9 pm
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Entry to the Event is FREE!!!

The entry to the event is FREE. Guests can enjoy all the cultural activities on the stage and other festivities at no cost. However, ALL food sales and arts and crafts activities are EXCLUSIVELY via tickets. The number of tickets needed vary by vendors, type of food, activities etc. Based on the list we got from vendors, most food items are between 5-11 tickets each (some are more and some are less). The food vendors will NOT accept cash or credit cards. All non-food vendors such as the ones selling jewelry, clothing, etc. will accept cash or credit cards. Guests can either purchase the tickets in advance via our website or purchase at the venue. We highly recommend purchasing in advance to minimize wait times in lines to pick up the tickets.

Cooking 101 Workshop: Register Here

Samosa Eating Contest: Register Here

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IAOK Educational Outreach

IAOK had a wonderful volunteering opportunity to help the students of the Western Gateway Elementary School of OKC learn about the culture, language, music, food, and festivals of India. Mrs. Meera Reddy and Dr. Uma Rao read a motivational story, followed by a Q&A. Mrs. Dipika Soni did a cooking demonstration where the kids got to learn how to cook an Indian meal and then got to taste the food! Nishi Shah did a dance workshop and spoke about the languages, dance forms, and major festivals of India, specifically about Diwali. We are thankful to the school director of educational services, Ms. Brittney Santos for reaching out and inviting us to do a partnership with them on a school-wide study of India! Happy to share a few glimpses of our presentations.

IAOK in the NEWS!

Pari Gulati and Revathi Masilamani were on News 9 - Oklahoma City, talking about the India Food & Arts Festival 2023

Ashish Agrawal and Bianca Mahbubani were on KOKH FOX 25 News, Oklahoma "Good Day OK" show talking about Live Music, Folk Dances, Art Workshops and much more for the India Food & Arts Festival

Ashish Agrawal and Smitha Kurien were on KWTV News 9 talking about Indian dishes from all parts of India that you can taste at the India Food & Arts Festival

Angela Oommen and Nishita Shah from the India Association of Oklahoma and Leslie Spears from the Myriad Gardens discussed the event and taught the News9 team some dance moves during News9 "This Morning" show. 

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Office: (405) 759-0838

India association of Oklahoma
PO Box 6828
Moore, OK 73153.

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