All Events

12 October 2017

Shemini Atzeret - Jewish

Shemini Atzeret is the final day of festivities at the end of Sukkot. Read More

13 October 2017

Simchat Torah - Jewish

Meaning "Rejoicing in the Torah”, this day marks the end of the yearly cycle of weekly Torah readings. Read More

19 October 2017

Diwali (Deepvali) - Hindu

Diwali, the festival of light, extends over five days and celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Read More

19 October 2017

Diwali - Sikh

A Sikh festival as well as Hindu. Sikhs celebrate the release from prison of Guru Hargobind Singh during this time. Read More

31 October 2017

Halloween

The Feast of the Dead. A time to remember and honour the dead. Read More

01 November 2017

All Saints Day - Christian

A day to honour all saints and martyrs of the church. Read More

24 November 2017

Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadu - Sikh

A champion of religious freedom, executed for refusing to convert to Islam. Read More

30 November 2017

St. Andrew’s Day - Christian

Celebration of the patron saint of Scotland. Read More

13 December 2017

Hanukah (start) - Jewish

The Jewish Festival of Lights, celebrated for eight days. It commemorates the Jews’ struggle for religious freedom. During Hanukkah, Jews light one more candle each night. Read More

25 December 2017

Christmas Day - Christian

The day celebrating the birth of Jesus. Read More

30 December 2017

Hanukah (end) - Jewish

The Jewish Festival of Lights, celebrated for eight days. It commemorates the Jews’ struggle for religious freedom. During Hanukkah, Jews light one more candle each night. Read More