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REGISTRATION IS CLOSED NOW - Celebrating Nowruz 1394 and Birthday of Ashu Zartosht  - March 28 in Manhattan, New York City

The registration for Nowruz is CLOSED NOW due to reaching the maximum seating capacity.
If interested to attend we add you to the "waiting list".  If you have already registered but cannot attend, please
let us know ASAP so that other friends on the "waiting list" can attend the celebration.
Thank You for your interest in Iranian Zoroastrian Association's Nowruz celebration.

The Iranian Zoroastrian Association (IZA) will be celebrating "Nowruz 1394 and Birthday of Ashu Zartosht "
on Saturday March 28, 2015.  Due to the construction of the New Dare Mehr in Pomona New York, this year's
event will be held in Manhattan, New York City.

You are invited to join us for this celebration!

The event starts at 5:30 PM and the program is as follows:


- Nowruz Niyayesh by Mobed Noshir Hormozdyar
- Speech on "Nowruz with a tribute to the eternal noble Izadi people (Yazidis)" by highly regarded Professor Davoud Rahni
- IZA is honoring Mr. Hossein Aslani - Contemporary music composer, teacher, and a true human
- Live music by popular artist - Mr. Shahrokh Vafa
- Delicious dinner by Ravagh, dancing, and fun

The price of the admission is as follows:

- Adults and Children over 12  -  $45
- Children under 12                -  $20
- Price with no reservation      -  $55

The location of the event is at:

The Armenian Church
630 Second Avenue
New York City, NY

The closest Subway station is at Park Avenue and 33rd Street which is 0.4 miles to the Church.
Then you can take the M34A bus on 34th Street to the Church.

Please respond to iza.anjoman@gmail.com by March 24 if you are attending.  If you have any questions, please send us an email to iza.anjoman@gmail.com.

Click here for Pictures from the Sixteenth North American Zoroastrian Congress (XVI NAZC) that was held in NY from
August 2 to August 5, 2012

New Darbe Mehr Building Initiative

We hope you will enjoy these recent pictures from events at the Darb-e-Mehr: