From Gobind Rai To Guru Gobind Singh: The Life & Legacy of the Tenth Nanak

In this interactive workshop, students will learn about the personality, achievements, and legacy of Guru Gobind Singh. The workshop will also reinforce the basic Sikhi 101 principles and incorporate the ideas of identity, virtues and behavior of Khalsa through an activity and discussion.

For children from the ages of 6-16.
To register your child, click here.
Registration fee of $5.
Coppell Library - Rooms A & B

Please contact:
Charan Kaur - charambir@gmail.com - 972-741-8629
Nirmaljeet Singh - mnirmaljeet@gmail.com - 210-773-7181


Harliv Kaur is a Sojhi curriculum developer and teacher trainer with SikhRI. She has BA in Elementary Education from Upper Iowa University and specialized credentials in English as a Second Language from Kansas State University. At SikhRI, she has been an active courseware developer for the Sojhi Elementary School curriculum and creates programming for families and resource materials for educators. Besides her work with SikhRI, she founded Kikli, a company committed to developing fun and innovative tools for learning Panjabi including “Ik Chota Bacha & Other Sikh Nursery Rhymes,” a collaborative project involving the Ujjaldidar Singh Memorial Foundation. Harliv lives in San Antonio with her husband and 3 kids.


Dr. Pritpal Singh is a Physician Executive with Cigna where he serves as a Mentor to Health Management teams by providing Clinical insight, Educational support, and HealthCare solutions & strategies. He lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife, Arpinder Kaur, and two sons, Insaf and Jivat. He also serves on the Board of Gurduara Sikh Sangat and regularly is a guest speaker at local educational, religious, and social forums, which seek to create unity through diversity. Himself a product of Sikh camps and retreats, he facilitates workshops and projects which aim to fight both religious and political oppression through reflection, self-introspection, and activism. Pritpal is a board member of South Asia Democracy Watch (SADeW), which works as a nonprofit organization to monitor and nurture democratic systems by promoting social justice, human rights and equity in South Asian countries.

 

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Where
Coppell Library - Rooms A & B
177 N Heartz Rd
Coppell, TX 75019
United States
When
April 01, 2017 at 2:30pm - 4:30pm

Will you come?

$5.00 General Admission

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