welcome to the dcmc
You are invited to our monthly Virtual Cooking Class!
Classes are FREE, Registration is required.
Each month will feature a different cultural recipe demonstrated by friends and members of the DCMC food committee. The event will be about 45 minutes and there will be a moderator so that everyone can ask questions and follow along at home.
Cooking is optional, follow us on Facebook @diversitydaymc and learn how to join us for our next multicultural cooking class.
For the month of May we welcome Beth Yurkosky Bachmann, a member of the DCMC since our inaugural event, who has also offered her musical talents to the live and virtual community during Diversity Day. You can be sure to expect some element of music included in her class this month, as Beth will be showing us how she makes Stuffed Cabbage / Halupki. Join us live or watch events like this and more on our Facebook page.
See you there.
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The Diversity Coalition of Morris County has a variety of multicultural children’s books and films that will be viewed and discussed throughout the year via FREE online readings and animations. The Children’s Book Series will explore short stories created for an audience between the ages of 5 – 12 years old and we hope to spark conversations between the entire family.
This May, the DCMC is pleased to welcome MCVSD junior Nishka Singh to facilitate the Children’s Book Club. Nishka is a Girl Scout and her Gold Service project seeks to bring awareness to the local community about Sikhism. Nishka will be presenting: Fauja Singh Keeps Going: The True Story of the Oldest Person to Ever Run a Marathon, written by Simran Jeet Singh and illustrated by Baljinder Kaur. Fauja Singh Keeps Going has won critical acclaim as NPR Best Book of 2020 and New York Public Library Best Book of 2020.
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