People of all faiths and cultures are invited to the Iftar Dinner, served at sunset during Ramadan, where we traditionally gather together to break the fast observed during Ramadan. The Ramadan holiday, which lasts a month, commemorates the time Muslims believe the Koran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn until dusk each day as a way to build character and self-discipline. Our Iftar dinner begins with the traditional breaking of the fast with dates and a water or yogurt drink. Guests will learn about Ramadan and share an authentic meal with our community.