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20th Anatolian Alevi Festival

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To celebrate the culture of Anatolia
The annual Anatolian Alevi Festival will take place on 24 November, 2013. It's a festival that is dedicated to Abdal Musa. He is one of the founders of our ancient philosophy that encourage love, brotherhood/sisterhood, unity, sharing and peace among human beings.

Since 1993, the festival is a one day event held at Coburg Lake Reserve to celebrate diversity, unity and love of humankind.

Some of the activities throughout the day will include dance, music, community information, foods, Anatolian art and crafts.

There will be various activities for the children including a jumping castle and an arts and craft

An exhibition of traditional cultural items will be showcased providing a small section of life found in Anatolian dwellings.

It is organised by the Alevi Community Council of Australia under the guidance of Alevi Federation of Australia.

If you want to experience the culture of Anatolia, come to this annual festival on 24 November from 10am to 6pm.
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Why? To celebrate the culture of Anatolia
When: Sunday 24 November
Phone: 03 9354 8154
Where: Coburg Lake Reserve, Cnr Murray Rd & Lake Grove, Coburg
Cost: Free
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