Gurdwara Western Singh Sabha Temple is wrapping up its Vaisakhi celebrations in Williams Lake, which concluded with a luncheon Sunday afternoon.
The three-day event began on Friday, April 13 beginning with the reading of the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib. Readings continued by members of the temple during the three-day celebration until late Sunday morning, which was followed by singing and prayers, and a luncheon.
Vaisakhi marks the foundation of the Khalsa community of Sikhs, and is also a celebration of spring harvest.
Breakfast, lunch and dinners were served in the temple’s community kitchen throughout the event for members, visitors and guests.
Community members were invited to join the festivities throughout the weekend.