Color, Fun, Food And Joy Sunday At Sirphey’s Holi Celebration

IMG_0918.jpgPrashant Jain, owner of Sirphey and Unquarked, clearly enjoys the Holi festival of color which he hosted Sunday at Fuller Lodge. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0921.jpgChris Chadrick, left, and Apollo Love dance at Fuller Lodge Sunday during the Holi festival. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0889.jpgMaybelle Wilson, left, and Natalie Wilson enjoy the sun and the colors Sunday afternoon at Fuller Lodge. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0911Enjoying the sunshine, color, company and warm temperature Sunday afternoon at the Holi festival at Fuller Lodge. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0894 (4).jpgSirphey and Unquarker owner Prashant Jain throws some color powder on Skye Keenan Oaxaca and Keannah Hamilton Sunday during the Holi celebration at Fuller Lodge. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0896 (2).jpgJim Nesmith and Harshini Mukundan get into the spirit of Holi at Fuller Lodge Sunday afternoon. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0900 (1).jpgThese children figured out that they could decorate the patio with color powder as well as themselves. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0898.jpgLaura Gonzales awaits her turn to try the selection of food from Sirphey. Gonzales, along with fellow Rotarians Jessie Conrad and Jim Nesmith, was on hand during Sunday’s Holi festival to tell participants about Rotary International’s impressive success in the effort to eradicate polio worldwide. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0908.jpgDr. Madhavi Garimella gets ready to put some color powder on the photographer. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0915.jpgThese two boys might not quite have gotten enough color powder on themselves  during the Holi celebration at Fuller Lodge Sunday. Photo by Maire O’Neill/

IMG_0907 (2).jpgThe vibrancy of colors is a huge part of Holi, a Hindu festival where people play with colors with their friends and family. Pictured is Maya Rogers who truly showed the spirit of the festivities with her bright smile and the amount of color powder she managed to get on herself. Photo by Maire O’Neill/