At the PVACA Studios in GTA, we do Bhangra, Giddha,Arts, Music and Dhol classes for all ages and genders. We volunteerily participate in multicultural events and fund raisings for charities, also we do performances for Santa Clause Parade, Canada Day Parade, Peel Police, World Kabaddi cup and Toronto Police events etc. Punjabi VACA organize many events on regular basis to bring all our youth together in a friendly environment to meet each other and to preserve and promote our culture. . Most of the ethnic and main stream media cover our event information and we show our teams talent in our own weekly TV shows on Vision and SSTV.
Nachdi Jawani Youth Festival
Every year Punjabi VACA hold an annual Inter-Academy Competition `Nachdi Jawani Youth Festival` for academy students only to provide them an opportunity to show learned talent on the stage on competitive lavel. Arround 30 teams from all locations of Punjabi VACA participate in this youth festival every year. This is the most awaited event of the year and sell out event
Groundshaker Bhangra Competition is a bi-annual dance competition held in Toronto, and organized by the members of Nachdi Jawani and PVACA. This event brings together professional Bhangra teams from across North America, to a first class venue and amazingly organized competition where they compete for the title of Best Bhangra Team in North America. Many events comprise the Groundshaker weekend and this years event was truly memorable and very well put together, impressing participants, audience, the general public, media and competitions events.
Every year PVACA holds their Annual Picnic throughout the summer months to gather students, parents and organizers and share ideas, spend time and play games. Held at some of the GTA’s leading conservation area’s, PVACA’s organizers work hard to put together an afternoon of fun games, activities and contests for all ages, and to simply raise awareness about the academy and its work throughout the years.
As a more celebratory event, PVACA organizes an annual C at Dixie GuruGhar in Brampton for its anniversary. Thanking Vaheguru for another year of success and prosperity is the best way to begin another year of functioning, and is what all members collectively feel is the best way to do so. Families, students, parents, well-wishers, supporters and organizers all come together for an evening of Paath, kirtan and langar to celebrate PVACA’s birthday and hope for another year worth celebration.
Teeyan Da Mela
The Teeyan Da Mela is a very popular and traditional event of Punjab, which PVACA strives to bring to Brampton every year. It is an event in which ladies gather together, leaving their tedious lives of kids, cooking and cleaning and join with their friends and other ladies and enjoy a day of singing and dancing. many famous female singers also come down from India to entertain the ladies and sing a long with them. PVACA helps to fundraise for the event, organize and execute it and they also have their very own professional teams perform and take part in it to entertain the crowd.