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Memorial of Partho Sarathi Das

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Dear friends and devotees,
Sriman Partha Sarathi Das, a long time congregational member and well-wisher of ISKCON Montreal, has left us on December 28, 2016 leaving behind his families and many friends.
In his memory there will be a special memorial, Kirtan followed by a feast this coming SATURDAY January 14 at our ISKCON Temple, 1626 Boulevard Pie IX, Montreal, Qc.
Please come and join us in remembrance of Sriman Partha Sarathi Das.

The program will be as follow:

New Year 2017 - 12 Hour Kirtan

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Come and celebrate the beginning of New Year 2017 by taking part in a 12 Hour Kirtan where devotees will continuously sing the Holy Names of the Lord to start the New Year

To make this day even more auspicious there will be a Yagya (fire sacrifice) at 10:00 am. Devotees shall recite 1000 names of Krishna throughout the Yagya.

The Sunday Feast program will take place as usual after the Kirtan.

Click on poster for more details.

Fund Raising Dinner

Saturday, December 3, 2016

We wish to invite you and your family to please come participate in our annual Fundraising Dinner 2016!
We are very grateful to all our members for their continued support, as we all join together in this service opportunity for the Lord's pleasure.

Click on poster for more details.

Report: Joy of Devotion in Montreal

Friday, September 2, 2016 to Monday, September 5, 2016

Joy of Devotion in Montreal: Srila Prabhupada's 50th Festival lights up Montreal's cultural landscape.

As you walk towards the twin-towered Complexe Desjardins, in the heart of downtown Montreal's popular festival district, just opposite the prestigious Place-des-Arts, you are beckoned by the elegant Bharatnatyam dancer on the 15 x18 ft. banner at the main entrance to come inside to explore the exotic cultural event of Sept. 2-3 : Journey to the Heart of India. Upon entering the impressive central foyer with its 80 ft. ceiling adorned with skylights and saffron/yellow flower umbrellas, you can glimpse below at the fascinating vista: the 50,000 square-foot pristine venue now filled with the colorful array of 20 booths surrounding the large stage, where the best of India's traditional devotional arts of dance and music captivate the hundreds of eager attendants...


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