Henna ‘Mehndi’ Hands
History & heritage
The beauty of Henna, often referred to as Mehndi, can be experienced by kids and adults alike. This multicultural art form has been practiced In India, Pakistan, areas of the Middle East and parts of Africa for hundreds of years. The initial practice of applying mehndi in ancient times began in order to protect the couple and keep them healthy. Mehndi is used for the celebration of special occasions like Indian weddings, holidays, birthdays and medicinal uses. Get a customized palm design at Etobicoke Lakeshore Culture Days to celebrate the diversity of cultures present in Canada. *Activity materials will be natural henna dyes and are safe for all ages and skin types.*
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Humber College/Lakeshore Arts/Assembly Hall/Mimico by the Lake BIA
The Etobicoke Lakeshore Culture Days Festival is co-produced by Lakeshore Arts and Humber College with supporting partners: City of Toronto’s Assembly Hall, and Mimico by the Lake BIA. The weekend features free, hands-on, interactive activities that give participants a “behind-the-scenes” look into the arts and cultural base of the local community.
This event is part of a hub:
Humber College/ Lakeshore Arts/ The Assembly Hall/ Mimico by the Lake BIA Toronto, ON
Etobicoke Lakeshore Culture Days aims to provide a close-to-home celebration of art and culture. On Saturday 28 - Sunday 29, September 2019, we will be offering various free, inclusive and family-friendly activities. This Etobicoke Lakesh...
2 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.