THE INDO-AMERICAN HERITAGE MUSEUM

Engages with communities to promote understanding, document the history, celebrate the heritage, preserve and share the contributions of Indian Americans to the building of America.

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A TASTE OF INDIA   MAY 31, 2015    4 – 7 pm

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Set out on a cultural and culinary adventure through Devon Avenue’s Indian marketplace with IAHM docents.

According to Chicagoist food blogger Lu Yao “. . . a fabulous way to learn about the food cultures throughout India.”

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IAHM programs are held at Chicago’s Indo-American Center at 6328 N. California Avenue, in the Indian-Pakistani business district along Devon Avenue. Visitors and volunteers engage in lively, interactive sessions and use the “living museum” of the ethnic market in an exploration of immigrant life.

The Museum is open by appointment between 10am and 4pm Monday, and Wednesday-Saturday. To make an appointment or request information on programs, email info@iahmuseum.org.

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