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Mehregan (Persian Festival of Autumn) 2010 Celebration: Irvine California, September 25-26


Mehregan 2010 is dedicated to the poet Ferdowsi, in celebration of the millennium anniversary of his masterpiece Shahnameh, The Epics of Kings. Ferdowsi revived the Persian language in this timeless patriotic tale of heroism that promotes human rights, freedom and liberty with a message of peace and harmony for all. The Organizing Committee of Mehregan in Orange County invites the entire community to participate and rejoice the spirit of Shahnameh at Mehregan 2010.

Since 1994, volunteers from several organizations in Southern California have gathered annually to create an extraordinary outdoor family event that includes an array of activities such as arts & crafts, music, poetry, live performances, dance, children's activities, and ethnic food. The number of participants has grown steadily over the years to more than 20,000 attendees.

Mehregan is a non-profit, non-political, and non-religious event organized by the Mehregan Organizing Committee of NIPOC (Network of Iranian-American Professionals of Orange County) and volunteers from other organizations within the community.



Saturday & Sunday


September 25 & 26, 2010


11:00 am to 11:00 pm 
(After party is Saturday 11:00 pm to 2:00 am)


Lakeside Lagoon Park


Hidden Valley / Lakeside Lagoon Park
8800 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618


Irvine Center Drive


$23 Advanced
$30 At the Gate

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History of Mehregan:
Persian Festival of Autumn

Originating in the ages of ancient Persia, Mehregan was the Persian Festival of Autumn that has been adopted and revived once again for festivity in recent times to celebrate the deep history and culture of the Persian ethnicity. This celebration is dedicated to the beliefs and principles that are as old as the Persian race itself, dating back to 6,000 years ago. read more

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