Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago celebrates 25 years of community service

CHICAGO : The Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago (PCS)  www.PCSChicago.org  flagship annual event “Rangla Punjab” to celebrate Vaisakhi festival is on Saturday April 6, 2019, at College of DuPage, M.A.C. Auditorium, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Vaisakhi festival is the celebration of ending of harvest season in Punjab, and beginning of a new growth cycle. It is a symbol of renewal.
The doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the program starts at 6:30 p.m. sharp. About 30 Punjabi performing arts items will be presented. Many Bhangra and Gidha teams and musical talent are getting ready to entertain you at the Rangla Punjab show.
PCS officials, items coordinators, and volunteers are working very hard to train our youth and form young boys and girls teams to perform Punjabi cultural dances. During these practice sessions and “Rangla Punjab” season the Punjabi children come closer to Punjabi language, culture and community. They also develop long term friendships. This indeed is a community building effort.
A gathering of about 1000 is expected where more than 250 local artists from Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana will display their best. Popular Punjabi dances Bhangra and Giddha, Punjabi music songs, and many other items will delight the audience.
Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago (PCS) is celebrating it’s Silver Jubilee, Twenty Five Years of Community Service.
“Rangla Punjab” is the single largest annual Punjabi cultural variety show in Chicago area that promotes the local community talent and show cases the Punjabi culture and performing arts to a family audience.
General admission ticket for the show is $25 each. Middle section reserved seats are $50 each. Front section rows with reserved seats for Donors and VIPs are $100 that includes delicious Punjabi dinner. Parking is free.
Indian Food Snacks will be available in the lobby for purchase for other ticket holders.
All ticket holders will have a chance to win a gold coin worth about $1400 donated by Regal Jewels. The winning ticket holder must be present to claim the prize.
Sponsors/Donors are requested to donate towards this non-profit organization’s community service event.
Sponsorship packages are available. Vendors booth space in the lobby is available, please contact PCS  info@PCSChicago.org
“Due to limited seating, families and community members are advised to purchase their tickets in advance, because just the performers and their families may fill up the auditorium. Children under 10 years have free entry but no separately assigned free seats provided, they sit with their families,” said Balwinder Singh Girn, the ticket sales coordinator.
For ticket information e-mail info@pcschicago.org or call PCS hotline at (847) 359-5PCS,
Harwinder Paul Singh Lail (224) 715-0395, Vick Singh (847) 508-5184, Parvinder S. Nanua (260) 312-1485,  Manjeet S. Bhalla (224) 392-6129, Bhupinder Singh Dhaliwal (224) 715-0177, Navtej Singh Sohi (847) 917-7716, Bikram Singh Sohi (847) 809-1110, Gurlal Singh Bhattal (630) 340-7608, Parmjot Singh Parmar (847) 652-9930, Balwinder S. Girn (847) 947-1129, Surinder S. Palia (219) 256-9426, Sukhmel Singh Atwal (847) 209-6573, Mohinderjit Singh Saini (847) 705-0434, Onkar Singh Sangha (630) 833-8091, Jasbir Singh Palia (219) 256-9428, Amarjit K. Atwal (847) 564-4735, Bhinder S. Pamma (847) 361-3579, Gurmit S. Dhillon (847) 912-6659, Parminder S. Ghotra (847) 414-3041, Yadwinder S. Grewal (773) 627-9113, Rajpreet Dhaliwal (847) 925-1682, Rajneesh Nandra (630) 885-0785, Rajinder Singh Mago 630-440-7730 or any other PCS Officials.
P.C.S. is a non-profit all volunteer community service organization devoted to promoting Punjabi culture, performing arts, education, sports, and good citizenship in the Chicago Metropolitan area and beyond.
(847) 359-5PCS or (847) 359-5727
P. O. BOX 1244, PALATINE, IL. 60078
P.C.S. E-mail info@PCSChicago.org Website: www.PCSChicago.org
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