The Chelmsford Indian Association celebrated Christmas and New Year on the 6th of January 2018 at the Hamptons Sports and Leisure Centre in Chelmsford.
There were more than 300 people who attended the event which consisted of some amazing performances including songs, dances, drama and a delicious three course authentic Indian meal along with DJ.
There were various songs, dances and instrumentals by members of all age groups which was an absolute treat for all those people who attended the event.
The gathering also had a chance to shake their legs to an interactive dance session by Shri B dance academy followed by popular Indian music played out by the DJ for the later part of the evening.
The next events from the association will be the Holi Celebrations on the 3rd of March followed by the Food Festival on the 9th of June. For details of these events please email or visit their website .

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