A Book Picnic!
Date: 27 October , Saturday || Time:11.00 am | – 12.30 pm | Age: 3 to 6 years
Wouldn’t you love to spend a Saturday afternoon with some friends and your favourite books? Well, look who we have here!
Aunty Shona is here to read to us from some of her favourite Indian books!
Join her as she reads out exciting stories and takes you through a world of magic!
Lights, Camera, Action!
Date: 27 October , Saturday || Time:11.00 am | – 12.30 pm | Age: 7 & above
Do you love movies and may be dream of acting one day?Do you love the drama and the emotion that your favourite actors show? Then wait no more!
Come join Uncle Sam from OHO Productions, who’ll teach you the basics of theatre,help you emote and even train you for the limelight!
Date: 29th SEP’12 Saturday || Time:11.00 am | – 12.30 pm | Age: 3 to 6 years
Calling all you honeypots to Hippocampus for a little “Bear Picnic”, to celebrate Stan Berenstain’s birthday! Do you know who Stan Berenstain is? He and his wife Jan published the popular series of books called The Berenstain Bears.
So join Aunty Praba for a picnic with some lemonade and chocolate-chip cookies, while reading some bouncy, rhyming text from the series. And yes, Mama, Papa, Sister and Brother from the Berenstain Bear family will join us there for an afternoon of fun and adventure!
Music and Lyrics!
Date: 29th SEP’12 Saturday || Time:11.00 am | – 12.30 pm | Age: 7 & above
Music makes our heart light and makes us want to sing along, and dance. Music makes us happy with joy.
Oh, What would our world be without music, dear friends?
If you love music and want to be try out some very cool musical instruments, then pop over to Hippocampus this Saturday for a musical time with Aunty Shema. She’s bringing the Djembe, an egg shaker and the tambourine with her!
Now isn’t that exciting!
Come clap your hands, sing a tune and show off those moves!
FOLD A STORY !!
Date: Sat 4th August ’12|| Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm|| Ages 5-8 Years
An exciting, fun-filled Story-origami session that will teach children how to create an origami model using just a story .
Origami is the Japanese word for paper folding. ORI means to fold and KAMI means paper. Children will not only get to create an origami model,but will also be encouraged to come up with stories of their own.
Join us for an interactive story hour, filled with colour,creativity and concentration.
Creative Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired @ Hippocampus
Date: Fri 3rd August ’12|| Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm||
We at Hippocampus will now be housing books for the visually impaired too.This is an initiative by the Karadi Cultural Alliance Trust and supported by Sir Ratan Tata Trust Fund.
We would be delighted if you could be a part of the launch and support this venture. A first step towards inclusion and making reading easily accessible and fun for them.