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Oct 29 is our Turkish National Republic Day

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Oct 29 is celebrated as Turkish National Republic Day.We wanted our students to feel our republic day even though they are far from Turkey.. They are with their Turkish flags..  

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Feast of Sacrifice Celebration at Bergen Turkish Cultural Center

Our students celebrated feast of sacrifice with Nasreddin Hodja who is a Turkish satirical figure, remembered for his funny stories and anecdotes. They learned from Nasreddin Hodja what is done in the feasts such as helping to poor people, kissing ...

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Relief Efforts for Hoboken NJ

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Turkish Cultural Center of New Jersey, Pioneer Academy of Science and Peace Islands Institute-New Jersey have united with Helping Hands Relief Foundation to contribute to ongoing relief efforts in Hoboken, NJ. Hoboken-New Jersey has experienced severe damage from Hurricane Sandy ...

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Holy birth is celebrated by our students of TCCNJ

Holy birth is celebrated by our students of TCCNJ weekend school. They gathered for Hz.Muhammed’s love to humanity. They spent unforgettable times during the celebration. They made a celebriation with a birthday cake that is decorated with small red roses. ...

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Another Tea Party by Women’s Association of TCC

On Saturday February 18, the women’s association of TCC organized a tea party at the Turkish Central Center in Ridgefield, New Jersey. The party was nothing to do with the political Tea Party, though! It was a great opportunity for ...

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Second Cooking Classes Begin Soon!

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You are cordially invited to the TCC NJ Ridgefield branch’s Cooking Classes for 2012. The four sessions of the “Cold appetizers & Salads” classes will be held from February 29th through March 21 at 7pm every Wednedesday. The women volunteers ...

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Noah’s Pudding (Ashura)

Noah’s pudding (Ashura), which is a recipe as old as the story of Noah and the Ark, is shared among neighbors and friends in Turkey as a sign of mutual love and respect within the community. People prepare the pudding ...

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