Phagwah Parade

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Missed out on a snowball fight this winter? There’s still a chance to clobber your friends with a faceful—only this time with brightly hued gulal powder. Since 1990, New Yorkers have been celebrating the Hindu spring festival of Holi in Richmond Hill, Queens. Beginning at noon on Liberty Avenue at 133rd Street, a procession of revelers, musicians and floats will head north for paint-pummeling in Smokey Oval Park from 2pm (125th St at Atlantic Ave). Go to richmondhilledc.org for more information.
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