Arakere Habba on 19th Feb 2017

Namma Bengaluru Foundation in association with Arakere Neighbourhood Improvement Trust (ANIT), invites one and all to Arakere Habba 2017.

19th February 2017 (Sunday), 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Government Higher Primary School Ground, Arakere Lake (JP Nagar area, South Bangalore)

Get to know about the lake and how it can change our future. Enjoy some bird watching, a street play and cultural activities. Children can participate in painting and poster making.

Rejuvenation of the lake is in process, but incomplete. The habba aims to create more awareness about the lake’s situation and push for completing the pending work from various authorities. 

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