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Sri Lanka Society holds New Year festivities on April 24

Posted March 18, 2021

The Sri Lanka Society of Queensland will hold New Year festivities at the Jindalee Bowls Club on April 24.

The Sinhala Association celebrations were held at the Mt Crosby Showground on Sunday, April 18. The Sinhalese and Tamil New Year was observed on Wednesday, April 14.

The Avurudu festivities will include traditional food, Rasa Kavili, and a buffet lunch. There will be games for all ages, including selection of an Avurudu Kumara and Kumariya.

See poster below for all details.

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