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West Palm Beach celebrates Diwali at The Square

Diwali, Festival of Lights: There will be music and dancing, books and stories, flowers and crafts, plus cultural attire and cuisine at The Square in West Palm Beach on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 2 to 7 p.m. It is free to attend.

Attendees are invited to participate in the Colors of the World Fashion Show; shop local vendors and peruse information from organizations; enjoy various entertainment and watch the lighting of the Wishing Tree.

All ethnicities and nationalities are welcome to share in the power of human connection and community through inclusive experiences like this.

Courtesy of The Square in WPB / Diwali: Festival of Lights celebration.

For a list of scheduled performances and activities, visit this link.

Learn the history and meaning of this traditional festival, and how it is celebrated in India and around the world.

Location: The Square, 600-700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach.

Also read our post on other Diwali events in South Florida here.

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