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Ramadan: Food With A Side of Community

On the first day of Ramadan, stop by for some delicious food!

Coming together to prepare a meal and eat together allows people to build community by learning about each other, our histories, and our stories. 

Iftar is the meal eaten by Muslims after sunset during Ramadan. 

Montaser will be cooking the meal. Meal from Syria (Makloba, Fatoosh, and Soup).

Organized by the Support Network for Indigenous Women & Women of Colour. Bus tickets provided. Email: with accessibility requests and dietary restrictions. 

This event is happening on the traditional occupied territory of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Lkwungen nation. The Community Center is wheelchair accessible.

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