No Holi Festival of Colors this year, but event originator can teach you how to make Bombay Frankie Rolls

by | Mar 18, 2021

While we would love nothing more to rain color powder on each other in a joyful crowd at the Phinney Center, for safety’s sake there will not be a neighborhood Holi Celebration for the second year in a row. For now, we’ll do the next best thing – eat!

Join Avanie Trovato, a beloved member of the PNA community, who began our Holi celebration back in 2018, for a virtual interactive cook-along class to learn how to make Bombay Frankie Rolls and Chai.

WHEN: Saturday, March 27, 2-5 pm
WHERE: Zoom
COST: $65
LEARN MORE & REGISTER: (Space is limited!)

100% of ticket sales support PNA programs, and the cost of registration includes spices, tea, biscuits, and 10 Holi color packets for your own celebration (a $30 value). Extra Holi color packets are available for purchase.

Photo from the 2019 event courtesy of Greg Maass

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