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Henna Night – Saturday, February 8, 2014 – Detroit

      Turkish American Society of Michigan Women’s Branch cordially invites all ladies to Turkish Henna Night on April 27, 2013.  Please join us for a live demonstration of a traditional Henna Night ceremony and enjoy delicious food from Turkish cuisine.Please RSVP by either filling out the RSVP form by clicking here or by sending an e-mail to detroit@tasmich.org.

      What is the tradition of Henna Night?

      Henna Night (“Kina Gecesi” in Turkish) is a special gathering for the bride, her family, and her friends a day before the wedding day. The henna dying stands for dedication and devotion. In this occasion, the bride shows her devotion to her new family.

       In the henna ceremony, the bride enters the room veiled and sits in the middle of the gathering as a touchy story is sung about a young woman who leaves her family to live with her husband. Henna Night is a warm farewell to the bride’s own family and the home she grew up in, but also a welcoming gesture for her as she is about to be a part of a new family.

PS: THIS EVENT IS ONLY FOR LADIES.

 

DATE    : Saturday, February 8, 2014

TIME     : 4:00pm – 6:30pm

VENUE  : Turkish American Society of Michigan

                 1451 E. Big Beaver Rd. Troy, MI 48084

                 Tel: (248) 952 8276  Fax: (248) 680 7446

 www.tasmich.org

 info@tasmich.org

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