Children’s Day is annually celebrated in Nepal on September 14. Like last year, let us celebrate this occasion with Sport’s Day Event for our children on Saturday, September 16th.
This will be a fundraising event and all the proceedings will be donated to a local charity working with children (details will be provided soon).
This event will be for children of age 14 and below; games will include such as Stroller Race, Spoon Race, Biscuit Race, 3-legged, and so on with finale of Co-Ed Parents Vs Children – 8 a-side Soccer Game.
Earlier the sign ups, efficiently this event can be planned/organized; for that very reason we would like you to make the sign ups soon.
For any questions, or if you would like to assist us in this event, please let us know at
Ruskin Gautam, rusking86@gmail.com402-608-5301
Raja Karki, rajakarki@gmail.com973-953-5577
As always we are open to your suggestions.

Let’s celebrate Children’s Day with our children while servicing and supporting the future stars. 

Please sign up for “Children’s Sports Day 2017″ sports day event in google spreadsheet which can be accessed via link below:

 Children’s Sports Day 2017

Event Date: Saturday, September 16 2017
Event Time: 8 am – 11 am
Venue: Country Club Glen Park, 16335 Sheridan Avenue, Clive, Iowa, 50325

Iowa Nepalese  Association is a non profit organization with the primary goal to share and promote Nepalese life and culture in Iowa. This website not only focus on the organization and its activities, but also provides a glance to Nepalese life in Iowa. There are comparatively small number of Nepalese living in Iowa. Most of them lives  in Des Moines, which is the capital of Iowa. Others live in the Quad Cities, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Fairfield, Ames, Pella, Indianola, Grinnel, Cedar Falls, Dubuque and Decorah. Nepalese living all over these cities come together and celebrate various occasions throughout the year in peace and harmony.