More than 300 people attended IACFNJ summer picnic at Mercer County Park on Sunday, July 28, 2019; South Brunswick Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Councilwoman attended the event:
Indo-American Cultural Foundation of Central Jersey - IACFNJ held their annual summer picnic at Mercer County Park on Sunday, July 28, 2019. The fun-filled eight hours outdoor picnic on a hot summer day was attended by more than 300 people from the local communities of heavily populated Indian Americans in Central Jersey.
Despite extreme heat, this year’s summer picnic was very well attended and enjoyed by people from all age groups including young kids throughout the day with so many fun-filled activities to include games for the kids and adults, bingo, cricket, live DJ and music and singing which were enjoyed by all the attendees. The live entertainment was provided by young and talented DJ Darshan and Ashish from Desi Experiment LLC along with live romantic Bollywood songs from Tanmayee and Tushar of T & T Musical Group. The breakfast, lunch and dinner were provided free of charge to all members and at a nominal charge to non-members. The delicious and mouth-watering menus included assorted gota, papdi no lot, tea, watermelon, corn, puri, shaak, pulao, kadhi, mung halwa and pasta for kids. The main attractions for the picnic were Ice Gola with assorted flavor colors and various indoor and outdoor games for all ages. IACFNJ has been a leading community organization in Central Jersey and has been very popular among young generation of Indian Americans for their cultural events to include Navratri Garba in South Brunswick for more than 15 years. IACFNJ has been successfully organizing summer picnic, India Independence Day celebration, holiday party and spring festival. As part of their community outreach and giving back to the community and to promote education, IACFNJ has been awarding various scholarships to high school students since last two years and will continue to provide it in the future.
South Brunswick Mayor Charlie Carley, Deputy Mayor Joe Cammarota and Councilwoman Ann Grover attended the picnic and extended their continued support to IACFNJ and expressed their sincere appreciation to all committee members for organizing the community events to bring communities together. Dr. Tushar Patel, organization President appreciated all committee members and volunteers for their hard work and dedicated community services to make this event a huge success. IACFNJ continues to organize cultural events for the central jersey community to bring everyone together and celebrate cultural diversity and harmony. The upcoming events of IACFNJ will be Navratri Garba in September/October 2019. The additional details of these events will be announced in the very near future. For IACFNJ future events, please visit organization website at www.IACFNJ.org or e-mail at email@example.com.