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Ever wonder what the inside of a mosque and Muslims are like?
The Manitoba Islamic Association invites the public to an open house Sunday afternoon at the Grand Mosque on Waverley Street.
The event includes mosque tours as well as the chance to try on a hijab, see your name spelled in Arabic calligraphy and ask community experts questions about their faith. Refreshments and henna tattoos will also be available.
The open house runs from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 8 at the Manitoba Islamic Association, 2445 Waverley St.
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