South Asian Family Association (SAFA) will host their Mothers & Daughters evening Nov. 19 in Surrey.

Mothers and daughters gala in Surrey

South Asian Family Association holding annual event Nov. 19.

The South Asian Family Association (SAFA) will host their second Mothers & Daughters evening Nov. 19 at the Grand Taj Banquet Hall, 8388 128 St.

Featuring a keynote speech by Dr. Arvinder Kang – with tips and methods of reducing stress – tickets include dinner, appetizers, a mother-daughter fashion show and entertainment including a Bollywood dance class led by Aarti Gandhi, who performed during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. A dance and giddha contest is to take place during a set by Luv Randhawa.

The gala is part of SAFA’s Womens’ Empowerment Series. Last year, more than 600 women and girls attended. SAFA’s mandate is to promote cross-cultural harmony and education, and promote positive South Asian images and role models

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $20. For more information, visit safa.ca, email safa2003@hotmail.ca or call 778-688-3996.

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