Rangla Punjab 2023,

Rajinder Singh Mago

CHICAGO: The Punjabi Cultural Society’s flagship annual event “Rangla Punjab”, to celebrate Vaisakhi festival, is on Saturday, March 25, 2023, 6:30 PM at College of DuPage, MAC Auditorium, with Tristate Midwest community Bhangra and Giddha teams, and exceptional musical talent are getting ready to entertain for Rangla Punjab show.

The rehearsals kick off on Sunday, January 15, 2023, 11 am to 2 pm at Palatine Park District. The last day to register a team item is January 22, 2023; however, new participants will be allowed to register to an already registered item no later than February 5, 2023, subject to the acceptance of that item’s coordinator.

One can register online to join a team, or coordinate an item, or volunteer, at www.PCSChicago.org or by contacting any PCS Official.

Every year PCS officials, volunteers, and item coordinators work very hard to train young boys and girls for Punjabi cultural dance performances.

Vaisakhi festival is the celebration of the ending of the harvest season in Punjab, and the beginning of a new growth cycle. It is a symbol of renewal. The event is normally held in the middle of April, but this year it is a little earlier due to difficulties with the availability of suitable auditoriums.

“Rangla Punjab” helps Punjabi youth come closer to the Punjabi language, culture, and community, and make friends. This indeed is a community-building effort.

“Rangla Punjab ” is the single largest annual Punjabi cultural event in the Chicago area that promotes local community talent and showcases Punjabi performing arts to a family audience since the mid-eighties.

Sponsors/Donors can donate towards this non-profit organization’s community service event. Vendors are encouraged to showcase their products or businesses. Contact PCS. VIP seating in front rows will include delicious dinner. Children under 10 years of age have free entrance but seating will depend on availability or, they share their guardian’s seat. A limited number of merchandise vendors are welcome.

For more information contact: Bhupinder Singh Dhaliwal (224) 715-0177, Manjeet S. Bhalla (224) 392-6129, Bikram Singh Sohi (847) 809-1110, Navtej Singh Sohi (847) 917-7716, Gurpreet Singh Sidhu (224) 532-1824, Gurlal Singh Bhattal (630) 340-7608, Parmjot Singh Parmar (847) 652-9930, Jigerdeep Singh Dhillon (630) 822-5490, Parvinder S. Nanua (260) 312-1485, Balwinder S. Girn (847) 947-1129, Surinder S. Palia (219) 256-9426, Sukhmel Singh Atwal (847) 209-6573, Mohinderjit Singh Saini (847) 705-0434, Harwinder Paul Singh Lail (224) 715-0395, Vick Singh (847) 508-5184, Jasbir Singh Palia (219) 256-9428, Amarjit K. Atwal (847) 564-4735, Bhinder S. Pamma (847) 361-3579, Gurmit S. Dhillon (847) 912-6659, Rajinder Singh Mago 630-440-7730.

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Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago (PCS) is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)3 organization promoting education, good citizenship, community development, civic engagement, and preserving Punjabi culture, language, sports and performing arts among its community members and mainstream Americans in the Midwest and beyond. PCS caters to this need both by directly organizing events that bring community members together from all over the Midwest region, and by facilitating participation of its community members in mainstream activities.