Doodle with Nature Workshop 21st April 2012

PNLIT is happy to announce "PNLIT Greenscraps" an introduction to nature journaling which will teach children how to observe, sketch and write about what they see in the natural world around them.

Too often we do not notice that little ladybird sitting on a pale green leaf or the cobweb in an early morning glistening with dew drops. These are the small pleasures that uplift our mood and give meaning to our day. These are invaluable lessons in appreciating natural wonders which stay with us as we grow older.

Ms. Sangeetha Kadur and Ms. Shilpashree who designed the Greenscraps workshops for children will be conducting this introductory session on Sat. 21st April from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.  

The workshop is open for children between ages 8 and 13 years. No.of children admitted is 12 on a first come basis.

We are charging a nominal fee of Rs. 200 per participant which will include breakfast. The participants are required to bring their drawing books, clipboard, pencils, eraser.

Participation fee (non refundable) to be paid at the time of booking a place may be made in cash or by cheque favouring "Puttenahalli Neighbourhood Lake Improvement Trust" and given to one of the following representatives.

Nupur Jain
C – 612, Cassia
Brigade Millennium
mob. 9886629769

Usha Rajagopalan
B3, 502
South City
mob. 72597 22996

Alternatively, you are  welcome to send your cheque to our registered office:
PNLIT
B3, 502
South City
Arekere Mico Layout
Off Bannerghatta Road
Bangalore 560 076

 

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