• P.O.Box 59849 Chicago, IL 60659 USA
  • (312) 715-8270
  • P.O.Box 59849 Chicago, IL 60659 USA
  • (312) 715-8270
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Bangladesh Association of Chicagoland
Chicago, Illinois
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For Community
Bangladesh Association of Chicagoland
We Love our people
Our Culture
National Martyrs' Memorial - Bangladesh
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Bangladesh Association of Chicagoland
Chicago, Illinois
Nirjhor R/A Dhaka, Bangladesh
July 16, 2017 Sunday 11 am to Sunset

Bunker Hill Grove #4 in Chicago & Niles. (It is between W. Devon Avenue & W. Touhy Avenue on N. Caldwell Avenue & Harts Road)

Ticket price for admission to the picnic:

  • Each Members - $12.00
  • Each Non-members - $15.00
  • Each kid 6 years to 12 years old - $8.00
  • Kids under 6 are FREE
  • OUR MISSION

    Our goal is to bring unity among our Bangladeshi community by performing community activities. We sponsor a wide variety of events and activities, especially Bangladesh Day celebrating Independence Day every year. By celebrating Bangladesh Day, we try to bring a taste of our beloved country and culture to this foreign and diverse land. By participating in volunteer activities, we try to spread awareness about Bangladesh while helping the community.

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    Bangladesh Association of Chicagoland (BAC) is a Non-Profit Organization. We need your help to arrange our all events and programs. Be a volunteer and become an active participants for our community.

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    Bangladesh At A Glance

    Bangladesh is a low-lying, riverine country located in South Asia with a largely marshy jungle coastline of 441 miles on the northern littoral of the Bay of Bengal. Formed by a delta plain at the confluence of the Padma, Jamuna, and Meghna Rivers and their tributaries, Bangladesh’s alluvial soil is highly fertile, but vulnerable to flood and drought. Hills rise above the plain in the Chittagong Hill Tracts in the far southeast and the Sylhet division in the northeast. Straddling the tropic of cancer, Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon climate characterized by heavy seasonal rainfall, high temperatures, and high humidity. Bangladesh is enrich in it's own culture and heritage.

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