USD, MUC 219
Join the Center for Diversity and Community and Muslim Student Association as we celebrate Eid al-Adha.
This traditional celebration is a festival of sacrifice and we will be observing it with activities that share Muslim culture, food, and fun!
We will have activities such as Arabic calligraphy, where you can have your name written in Arabic, learning how to tie different traditional head coverings, and *henna tattoos!
There will also be a presentation during dinner the teach us about how Eid al-Adha is celebrated across the globe.
The menu provided by Aramark will be halal.
Doors will open at 6:30 PM at the CDC. You can RSVP at usd.edu/cdcrsvp or by scanning the QR code on our poster! There are limited spots available, so reserve a space soon!
*Henna is known to cause allergic reactions in those with sensitive skin or skin allergies. Be cautious!