Ethiopian New Year “Enqoutatash”

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Enqoutatash or Ethiopian New Year is an important celebration for all. It marks the 1st of Meskerem, the end of the rainy season, and the beginning of the next 13 months of sunshine. We at ECS understand the importance of nurturing our traditions in this country and hope to pass the torch on to the next generations. Families and community members meet to enjoy a fun-filled day that keeps our heritage alive with live music, dance, food, and communion. 

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