Local philanthropists Dr. Gulshan Sethi and his wife, Neelam, created FAME - the Family Arts & Music Experience - at the Children's Museum Tucson.
More than 2,000 people took part in the free Family Arts & Music Experience held at the Children's Museum in October. The event was aimed at giving children and their loved ones a chance to have fun together.
Gulshan and Neelam Sethi's grandchildren are Miya Joshi, 6, left; Laila Joshi, 4; Sophia Sethi, 10; Nissa Joshi, 2; and Bodhi Sethi, 7. "Children are the most precious part of our lives," Neelam says. "They are our future."
After a typical, whirlwind Indian courtship, Neelam and Gulshan Sethi have been married almost 42 years.
Event planner Christie Spencer helps Dr. Gulshan Sethi with his clown attire at the Family Arts & Music Experience. Sethi, a surgeon, teaches laughter therapy to students at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Neelam Sethi's parents - Madhu Sudan and his wife, Raj - on their wedding day, May 6, 1948.
One-year-old Neelam Sethi and her mother, Raj Sudan, on Dec. 5, 1950. Neelam met her future husband 20 years later - Dec. 7, 1970.
Love. Laugh. Care. Share. The quartet of words - interspersed with puffy red hearts - made up the logo on the posters for the recent Family Arts & Music Experience held on the Children's Museum grounds downtown.
A film that features Tucson author and integrative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil is scheduled to open at 7 p.m. this Friday at The Loft Cinema in Tucson.
A film that features Tucson author and integrative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil is scheduled to open at 7 p.m. next Friday, Oct. 5 at The Loft Cinema in Tucson.
The film Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare, which premiered at Sundance this year, will be coming to theaters this fall.
The public is invited to a free, public lecture in Tucson tonight (Wednesday, April 4) featuring Dr. Andrew Weil.