The Midwest Alevi Cultural Center (MACC) is a non-profit organization aimed at bringing together people residing primarily in Chicago-Illinois and the Midwest region of the United States who are attached to the Alevi-Bektashi path as a belief-system and/or a cultural identity.

Its main goal is the preservation, and transmission to younger generations born and growing up in North America, Alevi-Bektashi beliefs and cultural values, and to advocate for the religious freedoms and democratic rights of Alevis-Bektashis.


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Esteemed friends,

We would like to invite you to MACC’s Sixth Annual Picnic. We will have a fun day which will include kids’ games, tournaments, music and traditional dishes from our kitchen.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Sincerely,

MACC BOD

Address: WillowBrook Pond

Plainfield Rd. and Adams St., Willowbrook, IL 60527

Date: August 29th, Sunday, 2021. Time: 1:00 PM

 

 

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Asure Gunu Duyurusu 2021

Esteemed friends,

We will meet at the end of Muharrem fast to commemorate Hz. Huseyin and those who were martyred during the battle of Kerbela in pursuit of justice. We will cook and share Ashure with members of our community and public during our Ashure Day on August 22nd.

We will be meeting at the Marvin Dunteman Park on August 22nd Sunday at 2 PM, following physical distancing measures and safety guidelines during this event.

Sincerely, MACC BOD

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