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Description: The Burlington chapter of Seniors and Law-Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.) in conjunction with the Halton Regional Police Service, Halton Multicultural Council and Burlington Seniors Centre, proudly launched its Diversity Project at the Burlington Seniors Centre, 2285 New Street. A New Horizons Senior Federal Grant has made possible the translation of S.A.L.T.'s brochures and educational seminars into the 5 most prevalent languages spoken in Halton other than English (Chinese, Spanish, Punjabi, Urdu and Arabic). The FREE celebration included cultural ambassadors in traditional dress, food, music, entertainment and door prizes. For more information call the BSC at 905-335-7888

Start Time: October 16th, 2010 at 12:00am
End Time: October 16th, 2010 at 1:00pm
Location: Burlington Seniors Centre
Address: 2285 New Street

City: Burlington
Province: ON
Postal Code: L7R 1J4

It - A very enthusiastic group of seniors showing off their bellydancing skills A very enthusiastic group of seniors showing off their bellydancing skills It - Middle Eastern Dance Artist Tahira Badre leading the line-up for some delicious eastern treats Middle Eastern Dance Artist Tahira Badre leading the line-up for some delicious eastern treats It - "Halton's finest" getting some oriental dance tips from Heather Burrow "Halton's finest" getting some oriental dance tips from Heather Burrow It - Harminder Kaur serving some sweet Indian delicacies to Yan Ling Shao Harminder Kaur serving some sweet Indian delicacies to Yan Ling Shao It - Bindu and Devi Pandya in their beautifully coloured Saris Bindu and Devi Pandya in their beautifully coloured Saris It - Volunteer Monica Bourque chatting with Halton Police Inspector Jackie Gordon and Leony deGraaf, Chair of S.A.L.T. Volunteer Monica Bourque chatting with Halton Police Inspector Jackie Gordon and Leony deGraaf, Chair of S.A.L.T. It - Wenli, Jade, Joyce, Sherry and Lucy Wenli, Jade, Joyce, Sherry and Lucy