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Dear community members, 

We have been invited for the Nepalese Community Gathering/Picnic this year in Portland, OR. Please consider to join the picnic.


If you'd like to participate in the sport events, please write us to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Following is the email from Nepali Association of Oregon. 

Thank you. 

I remain, 
Subhash Prajapati
General Secretary, 
Nepal Seattle Society

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Dear president of Nepal Seattle Society and Nepali friends of State of Washington,
Greetings!

It is my pleasure to invite you to the regional Nepali Jamghat/picnic as scheduled followings:

Date:  Saturday, August 31, 2013
Time:  Noon to Dusk
Venue: Blue Lake Regional Park
20500 NE Marine Dr
Fairview, OR 97024 

Please help us to make the picnic a grand success. We are organizing interstate volleyball match as usual. A new thing is that we are organizing interstate soccer match also starting from this year. We are going to buy a running cup for the soccer. We hope this starting will develop a more stronger tie between our two states in the future. Please let us know about your participation in the both games as soon as possible. We need the number of people participating from Seattle as well. 

I would highly appreciate your response as soon as possible.

I look forward welcoming you in the picnic.

Sincerely,

Bharat Banskota
President, Nepali Association of Oregon
 

Nepal Seattle Society invites all of our distinguished members and friends of Nepal to join our Annual Summer Picnic at Saltwater State Park, Des Moines, WA, on Saturday, July 20, 2013. We will have potluck dishes, BBQ, different activities and games for different age groups and genders.

 

This is a partly Potluck and partly NSS sponsored picnic. Please join us with your favorite dish(es) to share with our community members and guests. We have divided potluck items according to following areas. Please join us with your favorite dish to share with our community members and guest.

Pyuallup/Auburn/Kent/Tacoma and South: Fruits or Chips and Dips

Des Moines/Tukwila/Seatac: Soda, Fruit juice, Water or Sports Drink

Mercer Island/Kirkland/Bellevue/Redmond: Any Aachar Item: Tomato Aachar, Aalu Aachar, Mula Aachar

Mercer Island/Renton/Issaquah: Bean soup, Aalu Bodi, Rasma, Chana Bhatora

Lynnwood/Edmonds/Mont Lake Terrace: Any Meat Dish

Everett/Bothell: Beans: Yellow Peas, Chhan, Bodi, Simi

U-District/North Seattle/Shoreline/Mont Lake Terrace: Vegetarian Dishes such as Mix Veggie Curry, Aloo Gobi or your choice of vegetarian item

Other Areas that are not listed: Fruits or Chips and Dips, Soda, Fruit juice, Water or Sports Drink

NSS: Hot Dogs and Buns, Chicken and Pork BBQ, Chiura

 

Program Schedule:

Potluck Lunch/ BBQ- 12:00 Noon - 2:00 PM
Kids'/Women's/Men's Activities- 2:00-5:00 PM
Dinner-  5:00 PM
Entertainment- (songs etc.) 6:00-8:00 PM

Please help us to get the better estimate on number of guests joining the event with your RSVP on Evite.

 

Let's unite our community and make it strong! Your presence will definitely contribute to that!

RSVP on Evite Now!

 

 

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Nepal Seattle Society is partnering with Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture for their upcoming event:
 

EMPOWERING WOMEN: ARTISAN COOPERATIVES THAT TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES

June 12, 2013 – Oct. 27, 2013

One Moroccan artist teaches a village of women to read. An embroiderer from India takes out her first loan. A Hutu woman from war-torn Rwanda works with a Tutsi to make "peace" baskets. And a soup kitchen for AIDS orphans delivers meals because of a folk art cooperative's success in Swaziland.

From Africa to Asia to the Americas, female artisans are creating grassroots cooperatives to reach new markets, raise living standards, and transform lives.

Empowering Women provides an intimate view of the work of ten such enterprises in ten countries. This exhibition illustrates the power of grassroots collaborations to transform women's lives, through inspiring personal stories, stellar photographs and stunning examples of the cooperatives' handmade traditional arts.

NSS invites all its members to visit this exhibition, which showcases women artisans who transformed the communities in Nepal.

Nepalese Translators Needed: Burke Museum is looking for volunteer Nepalese translators for following days. If you are interested, please contact NSS at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Friday July 19, 3PM-7PM
Saturday July 20, 9AM-4PM
Sunday July 21, 9:30AM-5PM
Monday July 22, 9-11AM

 

 

 

 

Happy Vijaya Dashami & Deepawali to all!

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Nepal Seattle Society will be celebrating the 1st NSS Teej Festival at University Height Center, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105 on Saturday, September 15, 2012. This will be a potluck party, full of fun.

Following are the potluck items we request you to bring. The Entrance is FREE. Please dress in RED!

Pyuallup/Auburn/Des Moines/Tacoma/FederalWay: Bean Soup
Kirkland/Redmond/Woodenville/Bothell: Chicken or Goat Curry
Renton/Issaquah/Bellevue: Vegetable Curry
Lynnwood/Edmonds/Everett/Marysville: Pulau Rice
North Seattle/Shoreline/Mont Lake Terrace: Aachar
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Mercer Island/U-District/DT Seattle: Drinks
All Other Areas: Snacks, and/or Desserts
NSS will also be serving Sweets, Refreshments, and other dinner items.

RSVP Today on Evite >> This will help us to manage the event better in terms of food and refreshments.

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Nepal Seattle Society will be hosting 11th Northwest Nepalese Jamghat at Lake Sammamish State Park, Issaquah, Washington on Saturday, 1 September, 2012. We invite all of our distinguished members and friends of Nepal to join this combined picnic full of fun activities and entertainment for everyone. Guests from Vancouver, BC and Oregon state will be joining this event.

This is a partly Potluck and partly NSS sponsored picnic. We have divided potluck items according to following areas. Please join us with your favorite dish to share with our community members and guest. Since guests from Canada and Oregon will be participating on this event, we request everyone to bring some extra food so that we have plenty of food for all.

Pyuallup/Auburn/Des Moines/Tukwila/Tacoma/Seatac: Vegetarian Dishes such as Mix Veggie Curry, Aloo Gobi or your choice of vegetarian item

Mercer Island/Kirkland/Bellevue/Redmond: Veg or non Veg Pasta, Chowmein, biryani, your choice any fancy rice or noodle dish

Mercer Island/Renton/Issaquah: Bean soup, Aalu Bodi, Rasma, Chana Bhatora

Lynnwood/Edmonds/Everett/Bothell: Mula Aachar, Aalu Achar, Golbheda Aachar, Kerau Aachar

U-District/North Seattle/Shoreline/Mont Lake Terrace: Meat Curry such as chicken, goat, pork, lamb or any meat items of your choice

All Other City/Areas: Fruits, Drinks, Snacks, and/or Desserts

Program Schedule:
Volleyball Tournament Begins- 11:00 AM
Potluck Lunch/ BBQ- 12:00 Noon - 2:00 PM
Kids/Women Activities- 2:00-4:00 PM
Volleyball Final: 4:00 PM
Dinner-  5:00 PM
Entertainment- (songs etc.) 6:00-8:00 PM

Volleyball Tournament:
NSS will have a men's volleyball competetion during our NW Picnic. If you are interested to be a part of volleyball team representing Nepalese community in Seattle, please contact our volleyball coordinator, Mr. Puspa M. Shrestha at 206-412-3091. Also, we request you to join volleyball pratice match at Green Lake on every Tuesday and Thursdays at 6PM.

Click Here for Direction to Venue

Parking: Lake Sammamish State Park Charges $10 for all day parking.  We suggest our members and guests to car pool if possible so that they can save some money on parking fee.

RSVP on Evite Today!: Please help us to get the better estimate on number of guests joining the event with your RSVP on Evite.

Ideas and volunteers:
In order to make this gathering a great success, we seek new ideas and suggestions from our members. Also, if you are interested to volunteer during this event with food preparation, sports, and various activities, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please share your ideas and interest to volunteer by emailing us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

More detail information about program schedule will be followed. Also, you may check our website at www.nepalseattle.org. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions/concerns regarding the picnic.

 


 
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