Arab Women’s Society of Guelph Eid Al-Adha Celebration
The Arab Women’s Society of Guelph (AWSOG) organized a grand family celebration in one of the amazing parks in Guelph to commemorate Eid Al-Adha.
The event brought together over 130 attendees, including women, men, youth, and children.
A myriad of engaging activities were organized specifically for children, such as face painting, henna art, and various games skilfully conducted by dedicated volunteers.
The children relished these activities and experienced immense joy throughout. The festivities offered a wide array of delectable treats, including assorted sweets, soft drinks, and traditional Arabic coffee.
Additionally, the children delighted in pizza, popsicles and juice adding to their excitement.
A particularly heartwarming moment unfolded when a surprise birthday celebration was arranged for one of the boys, leaving him indescribably overjoyed.
The Arab community revelled in an atmosphere of happiness and merriment, exchanging heartfelt congratulations and engaging in captivating conversations.
Furthermore, one of our vendors named Jamila kitchen participated in a table to sell pies and kibbeh and she generously offered discounts on her products.
The collective gathering and sharing of celebrations, such as Eid celebration and holidays, represent one of the most beautiful aspects of fostering unity within a society, encompassing all its diverse facets.