The temple, or gurdwara, will hold a 48-hour continuous prayer service beginning Friday. It also plans to host an interfaith bridge-building workshop, a “Who are Sikhs?” presentation and turban-tying demonstrations. A candlelight vigil Friday will honor those who died 10 years ago. Religious leaders, along with local and federal law enforcement officials, will discuss ways to respond to hate crimes against places of worship.
Source: Sikhs mark 10th anniversary of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, temple shooting – The Washington Post