Annual Tibetan Cultural Fair
Saturday, November 30th – 10 am to 6 pm
Sunday, December 1st – 10 am to 5 pm
Santa Cruz Church Hall
60 Rachel West (corner St. Urbain), Montreal
The handicrafts bazaar showcases traditional arts and crafts such as clothing, jewelry, carpets, dharma-ware, ritual objects, CDs, and more.
Live music and dance will be performed by the Tibetan Cultural Association of Québec, offering a unique opportunity to witness the beauty of Tibetan musical instruments, songs and dances. Dhondup the Yak – always a favourite for young children – will make a special appearance!
The Tibetan kitchen features the always popular « momos » – traditional dumplings with hot sauce.
The Canada Tibet Committee (CTC) is an independent non-governmental organization promoting human rights and freedom for the Tibetan people. The CTC is funded entirely by individual donations and special events such as this annual fair.
The Tibetan Cultural Association of Québec preserves Tibetan cultural traditions, including performing arts, within the diaspora community in Québec.
Seniors and students: $3.00
Under 12: free
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