Eid Feast: Wednesday, Aug. 31, 4:00-5:15 p.m.

As many of you know, Ramadan is an important month to Muslims who observe it by fasting. Fasting for Ramadan means no eating or drinking from dawn till sunset—every single day for a whole month. After the month is over, Muslims get together to eat, drink and socialize in a celebration of the observation of the month of Ramadan.  This celebration is called Eid and it traditionally lasts up to three days after the month is over. Usually, it is a family time where family members come together.

The Cross Cultural Center (Tri-C) and friends invite you to an Eid Feast for all of the Stetson community on the DeLand campus.  Muslims and non-Muslims alike are welcome to celebrate the end of Ramadan in the Faculty Lounge on the first floor of the CUB (Carlton Union Building) from 4 to 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31.  There will be good food and even better conversation.

One comment on “Eid Feast: Wednesday, Aug. 31, 4:00-5:15 p.m.
  1. Elizabeth Loudon says:

    Great! I’m really excited. 🙂