Indian American Cultural Association
Welcome to Indian American Cultural Association
To promote and foster goodwill between the people of United States and the people of India through cultural and educational exchanges.To provide a nucleus for the fellowship and exchange of ideas between the Indian Community in Michigan and surrounding states.
To provide and secure means from among the members of the Association, and other resources for educational and socio-medical needs for the needy and deserving people of India at an individual level.
Moving into 2014
2014- IACA Events and Dates
India’s Republic Day Celebration
Valentine’s Day – Feb 14th Dinner and Dance
Holi and Vaisakhi Function - April 5th
Mother’s Day Event
IACA Youth Program: River Day in June
Father's Day Picnic - June 15th Location: One of the Metro Park
Camping – first weekend in August (1st -3rd)
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Diwali Function - November 8th
This organization provides a platform and opportunity to the younger generation to learn about the rich Indian Culture & Heritage. Members of this organization have been working very hard for many years to bring the South Asian community together. We strive to achieve this through the engagement of local businesses as well as artistic talents in the community.
Our membership has been increasing very rapidly as more community members learn about the association.IACA holds a variety of cultural and social events throughout the year, our major event being the cultural programs on Holi and Diwali. Such events are great to promote not only the cultural diversity of our community but also provide a channel for local businesses to reach out to community.
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