Pakistani American Community Center

PACC hosts a number of monthly programs and some special programs at its location in Milpitas through out the year. 
PACC is an open platform for all those interested in hosting, presenting or participating in these or new programs. Please contact us if you would like to start a new program/class or be part of the existing progams. Thank you! 

Monthly Programs at PACC- 372 Turqouise Street, Suite 4, Milpitas, CA, 95035

Poetry/Karaoke Dinner                                  

You can recite your favorite poem or sing a song. Dinner is provided. The ticket is $12 per person if you buy below or inform us before Thursday Noon at Preregistration is requested by emailing to or pay at PayPal below. Pre-registration by email and online will close at noon on Thursday before the program day. If you do not pre-register before Thursday noon, it will be $15 at the door.  

Bring your friends and family. If you do not pre-register before Thursday noon, it will be $15 at the door. There will be two rounds, time permitting. If you like to recite a poem or sing a song, you will have 5 minutes in each round.

Online registration is now closed. If you like you can come to the venue and pay $15 per person to attend. 

Friday, Mar 8 , 2019
7:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Social Gathering -    
 Where: PACC. 372 Turquoise Street, Suite 4, Milpitas, CA 95035             
Guest Speaker: Ahsan Syed

Program:  An insightful session on Iqbal's Tassawur and
Falsafaey Khudi. 

Ahsan Syed was born and raised in Hyderabad (India).
His father Late Syed Abul Fazl  was the professor of Arabic in
Osmania University. Br. Syed received his engineering degree
from Osmanis University and also "Adeeb-e-Kamil" (M.A.) from Aligarh Muslim University. He came to the U.S. in 1967 and completed M.S. in Structural Engineering from Mississippi State University. He worked in Pittsburgh, PA and Cleveland until 1982, worked in Saudi Arabia for 5 years before finally moving to the Bay Area in 1987.
Br. Syed has worked on the Boards of MSA, MCA, IAMC and IMRC. He has deep passion for Urdu language. He taught Urdu at Canada College and held regular Urdu Poetry sessions at MCA for many years.
Note: About 20 minutes will be set aside if some audience members would like to present some ideas about Khudi.
The program is open to all. There is no charge. Please come with your family and friends, make new friends and have an educational and enjoyable afternoon.
Tea and delicious snacks prepared by Pakistani families will be available.

Saturday, Mar 2,  2019
  2:00 PM – 4:00 PM    

Where: PACC, 372 Turquoise Street, Milpitas, CA.

Mughal-e-Azam, the 1960 Bollywood Epic movie, is set in the 16th-century Mughal court of Emperor Akbar. The heir to the throne, Prince Saleem, falls in love with the beautiful commoner, Anarkali. Saleem's father, Emperor Akbar, refuses to let his son marry below his status and a mighty battle of wills ensues. Underpinning this doomed story of love is the troubled relationship between father and son. 

Cast: Dilip Kumar, Madhubala,  Prithviraj 

Snacks and tea will be available.
For PACC Members:
     Free, just RSVP to
For Non-Members:
     Tickets $5.00 per person. Buy tickets  HERE.  
     Become a Member, click  HERE

Friday, Feb 22,  2019
  2:00 PM – 4:00 PM    

Annual Events

Independence Day
Sun, August 14th 7pm
​​Urdu Day

 Pakistan Day