April 28, 2018 @ 7:30PM, Jo Long Theatre, San Antonio, TX
Want to be a Sponsor or a Partner? Feel free to contact us. This is a Niche Entertainment presentation brought to you by Dee Creations, a community event for the first time in San Antonio. For more information on the sponsorship or partnership please contact 210-920-5240/ We sincerely thank the organizations supported us Garba event. >> Tickets: BEFORE 4/2/2018: Adult (all ages) $19 each, Child (12 Yrs & Under) - $11, Group of (10+) - $16 each, AFTER 4/2/2018: Adult (all ages) $24 each, Child (12 Yrs & Under) - $18, Group of (10+) - $21 each
Dee Creations
Dee Creations
Dee Creations
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Care A Child / Swasthan Seva Foundation
Care A Child / Swasthan Seva Foundation
Care-A-Child is a non-profit organization which inspires and retrieve under privileged children to become productive members of the society. This organization was formed in 2010 by a few like minded people. We are currently supporting an orphanage in Orissa, India. We are dedicated to restore and invigorate the lives of orphaned/abandoned in India. Our goal is to provide resources help build a better future for underprivileged children. We accomplish this by our generous donors.. We started the first project of adopting an orphanage in India and helping the inmates to reach their full potential to become a productive member of the community. We want to provide all children an equal opportunity to develop to their full potential and realize their dreams regardless of gender, class, caste, faith, color, race, physical, and mental ability. This dedicated organization also known as Swasthan Seva Foundation inspires, motivates, and encourages southeast asian people ( youth and adult) to give back to the community by taking up small projects based on their interest and talents. The organization has taken up different projects in the United States such as Care-A-Child Tutoring, Care-A-Child Stem, Adopting streets and trails, Ready for success for South Asian Women, caring for the elderly in nursing homes, and providing support to people in crisis.
Awaaz in San Antonio
Awaaz in San Antonio
Formed in 2011 and based in San Antonio, Texas, Awaaz (meaning “voice” in Hindi and Urdu), is a 501c3 non-profit organization that advocates peace, promotes healthy relationships and assists families to break the cycle of violence. Awaaz focuses its efforts on supplementing and complementing existing services and acting as a bridge between these services and the people who may need them. Awaaz has developed close working relationships with local mainstream agencies, as well as organizations working with South Asians across the country.
The Indian Students Association @ UTSA
The Indian Students Association @ UTSA
The Indian Students Association (ISA) – a non-profit organization. They promote rich Indian culture and heritage.
Sewa USA
Sewa USA
Sewa USA
Sewa International is a Hindu faith-based, humanitarian, nonprofit service organization registered under Internal Revenue Code 501 (c) (3). Founded in 2003, Sewa International is part of a larger movement that started in India in 1989 and is active in twenty countries. Sewa serves humanity irrespective of race, color, religion, gender or nationality. Sewa International desires a world of equality where everyone is happy, enjoys good health, and lives in harmony with nature. Sewa, when called would be among the first to serve when disaster strikes.
India Association of San Antonio
“Black & White” - a story of an era of two colors.
The golden era of Hindi Cinema - which “painted” its screen with the best of poetry and music.
An era when life was simple and simple means were needed for a happy life. There was contentment in small things and life was a melody. Our cinema then reflected those times. “Black & White” travels through life of cinema from 1945 to 1968. “Black & White” is a collage of performance on screen and stage. Aided by mega screen audio-visuals, the performers on stage blend with the celluloid, making music come alive on stage. The presentation format is reminiscent of a stage musical where the singers “act” the characters. The performance touches the finer aspects of the era through the medium of music, pictures, movie clips, anecdotes and trivia. “Black & White” is an attempt to give a third dimension to the celluloid screen, restore links with our past, get nostalgic and go back to our roots, to those moments which we all want to relive.

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Of course we need your help!
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  • We have a lots of experience with event & artist management, performing arts.
  • Let's collaborate!
We are always in the need of volunteers and financial help when organizing such events. Please help us whatever way you could. Send us an email to or call 210-920-5240.