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Spring has arrived with a blast of color
May 26, 2022 at 2:14 a.m.
Colorful powder and a bright grin stretch across Surbhi Obeja’s face as she feels the warmth of spring during Colorblast, a festival celebrating Holi while raising money for charity at Crawford Park. The Legendary Circle resident dances with a group of other Rye Brook women on Saturday, May 14, at the energetic event that collected $8,500 to benefit pancreatic cancer research and Ukraine war relief.
How long do you think it took Savera Dhamrhat to wash all the powder off? After getting sufficiently vibrant, the 4-year-old Rye Brook resident shows off her colorful hands and dazzling smile.
Surrounded by powder clouds, children take a final pose after performing together in a dance routine to lively music.
After getting appropriately coated in powder, Ridge Street Elementary School fourth-grader Oren Fery takes a break from the colorblasting to show off his skills on the diabolo.
As Windsor Road resident Jessica Andruk dances around with her 4-year-old son Oliver, her husband Michael makes the moment even more magical by sprinkling pink dust around them.
It was lively occasion for a baby’s first day out on the town, but Atharv Singh managed to sleep through most of the festivities. The 4-week-old Rye Brook resident poses for a family photo with his parents Pooja and Abhinav and 7-year-old brother Ved.