Northville's Indian American Student Association Hosts Showcase Saturday
The group will celebrate diversity at Northville High School.
The Indian American Student Association (IASA) invites the Northville community to celebrate Northville High School's diversity by attending the Indian American Student Association Multicultural Showcase at 8 p.m. this Saturday, March 16 in the Northville High School Auditorium, according to an email from the district.
The show is appropriate for all ages and will be about an hour and a half long with a short intermission. This is a great opportunity to expose your children to Northville's different cultures, the email states.
Some performances by Northville High School and Northville Middle School students include the following:
- Strings N' Things
- Northville High School's Drumline
- Traditional Indian Dances
- Bollywood dances
- Ballet performance
- Piano solo
- Mad Dog McGee (a rock band)
Tickets are $8 for Northville students and alumni, $10 for adults, and $5 for children 12 and younger. All profits go towards the Miracle Foundation, which supports orphanages in India.