29th March 2014 Water Events

On Saturday, March 29, 2014 – two lake-related events, one at Domlur (whole day) and the other at Yelahanka (evening)  

Domlur – The Green Bazaar Catch Every Drop

 
The Green Bazaar Catch Every Drop edition, organised by The Alternative, celebrates waterlife and the need for everyone to conserve the precious resource today!
 
Lined up in the bazaar:
– Namma Neeru Talks featuring S. Vishwanath, Dr. Sathya Prakash Varanashi, Lake Champions
– photography exhibition on open wells and lakes, and ways to save water in our homes and public spaces
– interesting activities for children, including Origami workshops, storytelling sessions and a traditional games corner
The evening will close with an electrifying Drum Jam performance by Drum Circle, where everyone joins the beat!
Date: Saturday, March 29, 2014
Time: 10 am to 7 pm
Venue: TERI Lawns, 4th Main, Domlur II Stage, Bangalore 560071
For more details on products, services, updates and more, please check out The Green Bazaar Facebook page.
 

Yelahanka – Drawing/Painting competiion for children 

  
 
To celebrate World Water Day (which was on 22nd March), Yelahanka United Environment Association (YUVA) is organizing a drawing/ painting competition for children. The objectives of the program are to increase awareness about water conservation and the importance of lakes, and to strengthen the community. In line with this, the theme for the competition is ‘Water’.  
 
The drawing/ painting competition is being held mainly for students who are studying in the Government schools in Yelahanka and Allalasandra, but any children who are interested can participate. 
 
There would be three categories from Primary to High School. Paper and art materials (based on category – crayons/ pencils/ water colours) will be provided. Every participant would be given a participation certificate and three winners in each category would be selected by a panel of judges. 
 
Registration is free and can be done on the spot. Around 150 children have already registered. 
 
The school principals, teachers and YUVA members would be present at the event and would talk to the students on water, how it is the most important ingredient for our survival and how to optimally utilize it. Literature on rain water harvesting would be distributed to the students and a short film on water conservation along with photographs would be screened. Snacks would also be served. 
 
Date: Saturday, March 29, 2014
Time: 4 pm onwards
Venue: Allalasandra Lake, Yelahanka 
 
For more details please contact Mr Jagadeesh Giri, Joint Secretary, YUVA – email <jjgiri@yahoo.com> / cell +91 9845171449.
 
 

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