FIMA celebrated Pikkujoulu (Christmas) in a very traditional Finnish way with all its members.
Warm gloggi (traditional Finnish Christmas drink) and joulutorttu (Christmas pastry) were served as part of the welcoming session. Also cakes, cookies and macaroons were served which were made by the members of FIMA.
Christmas songs, margam kali by kids etc made the event very colorful and joyful to watch. Everyone were blessed with the presence of Christmas father (Joulupukki) who distributed sweets to the kids as well as danced to the tune of “Entammede Jimikki Kammal”.
Gift exchange by the kids as well as Ginger bread decorating competition made the event very exciting for the kids. There were many games arranged for the adults as well. The event concluded with a Christmas dinner.