posted Feb 4, 2018, 1:36 PM by Irina Rahimi   [ updated Feb 10, 2018, 5:23 PM ]

The Bahá’ís of Fort Wayne invite you to attend


Ayyám-í-Há means “Days of Há”.  Bahá’ís celebrate the oneness of God during Ayyám-í-Há through acts of love, fellowship, unity, charity and goodwill.  The intercalary days of Ayyám-í-Há:

“stand apart from the ordinary cycle of weeks and months and the human measure of time, thus Ayyám-í-Há can be thought of as days outside of time, days that symbolize eternity, infinity and the mystery of God Himself.”

Please download Ayyam'i Ha flyers below for detailed information all of these events.

Sat., Feb. 24th @ 5:00 PM - Community Party 

Special Guest, Kevin Locke, Lakota Storyteller, Sacred Hoop Dancer and Indigenous Flute Player

Beacon Heights Church of the Brethren

2810 Beacon St, Fort Wayne, IN

 National Heritage Award fellow and World Ambassador from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, entertains, educates, engages and empowers a very inspiring global message of Unity and Oneness to people of all ages. Kevin’s presentation promotes diversity and multiculturalism thru Lakota Story-telling, Indigenous Flute and Sacred Hoop Dance including audience participation. Refreshments will be provided. Also, we are accepting charity donations of chil-dren’s underwear. 

Light dinner will be served.

Sun., Feb. 25th @ 2:30 PM – Bunco Fun 

Arlington Park Resident’s Center (downstairs)

4630 W. Arlington Park Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN


Mon., Feb. 26th @ 12:00  PM- Community lunch

Taj Mahal Indian lunch buffet

6410 W Jefferson Blvd #9b, Fort Wayne, IN


Tues., Feb. 27th –Movie Night

 For more information visit www.bahais-fortwayne.com/

Wed., Feb. 28th @ 6:30 PM- Dinner & Story time for little kids

15016 Indian Creek Road, Fort Wyane, IN

To all of the Mommies and Daddies of the little ones in our community, we have a special invitation for you. 

You are lovingly invited to a children's tea party that will be given during Ayyám-i-Há. It will be at Tutu and Pappy's house on Wednesday, Feb 28th from 6:30pm until about 8pm. Guests will be served dinner at the long dinner table and after that they will go into the living room to be read stories. We will build a fort with blankets and pillows all around. We will take out the tables from the center and put pillows all around for the kids to lay on while stories are being read to them. 

We will try to fix the fort so the mommies and daddies can be in the fort with them. 

We would like your input about food. We thought we'd have bite size grilled cheese sandwiches, chicken nuggets, carrots and we would appreciate other suggestions for food from parents. Oh, and a little cupcake each for dessert. We also need to know if any little ones have allergies. After storytelling, they will be given an Ayyám-i-Há present to take home. And then they kiss Tutu and Pappy goodbye, and say thank you and go home. 

Irina Rahimi,
Feb 4, 2018, 1:43 PM
Irina Rahimi,
Feb 10, 2018, 5:23 PM