Sada Virsa Sada Gaurav Bhangra Club is a non-profit organization which promotes Punjabi culture through teaching Punjabi folk dance such as Bhangra and Gidhha, and Punjabi cultural values. SVSG Bhangra Club was formed in 2001 by Jasbir Singh Pannu and Kulwinder Singh Bajwa. He has been active in cultural activities since 1991. The group’s name reflects the instructions or teachings of the club: not only dance, but a way of being. The main purpose is to involve our young generation in cultural activities so they can be proud of their culture. Manners such as how to speak and how to behave are taught as much as dance. Respect and equality for all are fundamental to the teachings. Sada Virsa Sada Gaurav enforces a drug-free message, hoping to instill enough self-respect and confidence in the young dancers to resist the temptation to engage in drug and gang activity that may lure them in their teens.
On the last Friday of every month, SVSG holds a Talent Show. During this event, the kids are encouraged to speak in front of all the students and parents. They can tell jokes, share riddles, or do anything else. Every month, the students also prepare speeches to be recited during the Speech Contest. We usually try to bring in a guest speaker. Over the years.