A United Nashville Indian Community Initiative to support Open Table Nashville
FIAM will have a donation box setup at the Masters Martial Arts Academy (7240 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville, TN 37135) and at Rachana Agarwal’s house (1605 Hillwood Dr, Brentwood, TN ) starting from Monday December 19, 2016. We are in the process of adding a drop off location in Murfreesboro as well.
We will continue to collect until January 14th 2017.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Rachana Agarwal @ 563-340-1654.
This section will be updated soon with our Picnic Event for 2016
Come celebrate Diwali with FIAM this season!
Ramada Inn, 1855 S Church St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Friday, November 7, 2014 6:30 PM till 11:30 PM
Early Bird Ticket Price (ends on Nov 4):
Age 13+: $20
Age (5-13): $10
Ticket Price after Nov 4:
Age 13+: $25
Age (5-13): $15
Age 5 & under: Free
*Dinner is included in the ticket price
Monica – 405 370 3584
Mitesh – 615 504 0464
Surya – 615 480 9597
Nayan – 931 334 6268
Neha – 615 427 2760
FIAM would like to encourage your kids to spend some time this summer in thinking about India and come-up with a painting/drawing/sketch.
Let your kid’s imagination run wild and have him/her draw anything related to India!
First 50 paintings received by us will be displayed at FIAM’s Independence Day Function on August 23rd and we plan to announce names of the kids.
– This is not a contest or competition.
– Theme should be India.
– We will be accepting one entry per child.
– Age of the child should not exceed 16 years.
– Size of the page with drawing/painting should not exceed 8.5” x 11” (size A4).
– These paintings can be mailed via post (refer to the address below) or you can scan and send it to email@example.com by August 1, 2014.
Please make sure to include the following along with each entry-
- Name of the Child (mandatory)
- Age of the Child (mandatory)
- Caption for the drawing (optional)
- Name of parents (optional)
Address for postal mail:
Attn: FIAM Got Talent
829 Cranberry Lane
Thanks for a great Diwali program this year. We got a writeup about the program in Jan Darpan.
Check it out at: http://www.jandarpan.com/news-detail/-fiam-celebrated-the-diwali-.htm
The Best Summer Ever
In June 2010, I flew to 3 different countries. First, I went to India for 2 weeks. I went shopping there and played with my cousins. Then, for one week, I went to London. I took some tours and learned very interesting facts. Then, for the last week, I went to Switzerland. We walked and looked around. We took very few tours there. We climbed to a snowy mountain and played in the snow.
The last thing we did for our trip is look at live bears in person. There were 4 bears: 1 adult, 1 young adult, and 2 baby cubs. I liked it when the baby cubs played together. Then we flew back home. I had a fun time, but I missed home a lot.
By Mudra Gupta
10 years old
Every Thursday and sometimes Saturdays, I have swimming lessons. And I have lots and lots and lots of fun with Ms. Shannon. And I love to play at home and in the Adventure Science Center. And I love to go to the Planetarium and watch these different kinds of videos in the Adventure Science Center in the Planetarium. And I love to do photographs with Ms. Shannon and print them out and put them in frames. And loooooovvvvveeeee to listen to songs. And I am going to go to Theater camp. And I went to Zoo camp and Cheekwood camp.
5 1/2 years old
My Summer Pool Lesson
One day I went to MTSU and my mom signed me up for swimming lessons in level 3 and I did it for two weeks. My teacher was Ms. Christy and six people were in my class. My friend was Zoe and we learned many swimming skills and rules, we also had fun going on the slide and diving board. At the end of class every day I got to go free swimming and it was great for those two weeks. At the end of the whole class we got a certificate and candy and I was so happy.
8 years old
This summer I took a camp at University School of Nashville. They provide many summer camps for children. They are for K-12 kids. I chose to do a science and ceramics camp. They were lots of fun. We learned about pressure, planes, weather, and did many great experiments. We made bubbles burst into flames, saw cockroaches, ran hamsters in a maze, made virtual cars, mazes, and a solar system.
In ceramics we made awesome crafts. I made a box, 3 bowls, a plaster mold, a monster, and a piggy bank. I recommend for a lot of kids to do these camps. If you want to register you can just go on their website and register. You don’t have to go to school there to attend their camps.