Makar Sankranti Kites Festival with NetIP LA-OC
Saturday, January 14, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PST)
Long Beach, CA
NetIP LA-OC cordially invites you and your family to our first ever....
Makar Sankranti KITES FESTIVAL!!!
Purchase tickets here!!! - http://www.membership.netip.org/assnfe/Ev.asp?ID=125
This annual Indian tradition is celebrated when thousands of people all over India come out to fly their kites in the sky and enjoy in a festivity of family fun!
Re-live the thrill of kite flying memories in India!
New to Kite Flying? No experience is needed! Experienced kite flyers will be on hand to provide instruction.
DATE and TIME:
Saturday, January 14th, 2012 from 11 am – 3 pm
Claremont Sand - at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and 54th Place, Long Beach, CA 90803
(across the street from Gondola Getaway (5437 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach, CA 90803)
Paid NetIP LA-OC Members: $10
Non-paid members (age 14 and over): $15
Children under age 14: $5
Children age 3 and under: FREE
Purchase tickets here - http://www.membership.netip.org/assnfe/Ev.asp?ID=125
***Free entrance for those who sign-up for 2012 NetIP LA-OC Membership atwww.netipla.org***
Individual Membershp: $40.00
Couple's Membership: $70.00
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:
Each ticket purchased will include a free kite!
The "No Tomatoes" food truck will be on hand for food & drink purchases!
Street parking on Ocean Blvd near Claremont, Bay Shore, or 54th. Place (Parking Meters)
Parking lot on corner of 54th. Place and Ocean Blvd. (Parking Meters)
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213-399-3820
When & Where
The purpose of NetIP is to serve as an organization that meets the needs of South Asian professionals in North America as they grow in their professional and personal lives. Over the years, NetIP has become a premier networking brand in our community. It has become the unequivocal voice for an emerging group of Young Professional South Asians, who excel in every aspect of western society, from business to politics to the arts. The rise of NetIP and its affiliated chapters reflects a general “Coming of Age” by South Asian professionals. We are proud to state that many of our present members and past alumni now hold respected positions of leadership in the private, public, and non-profit sectors all over the world.