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Free Food: India is Sweet, also Indian Sweets

Maybe this Indian dessert will be there! Maybe not!

Every fall, Club Dimensions, a South Asian campus group, throws their annual Guria benefit–it’s full of dancing and food, and it’s fun. To plan for this year’s iteration, they’re joining forces with the CU Culinary Society for a study break featuring “gourmet Indian desserts.”

Stop by the Lerner East Ramp Lounge at 9:00pm to nosh, plan, and learn more about both groups. “this event is blowing my mind,” reads the Facebook event listing.

And there’s also free pizza at the Dance Marathon info session today at 6:30, 568 Lerner.

Photo via Wikimedia.

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  • Stephen says:

    @Stephen There’s also free food somewhere down near 105th and B’way, if I remember correctly…maybe a little farther down. Anyway it’s Carmine’s 20th anniversary, so they’re giving out free plates of pasta on the sidewalk. Really tasty too.

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