Events ahead: For kids. Eating Out. Workshop.

MUSIC

EVERGREEN HINDI SONGS : Satrangi presents music show, ‘Tere mere milan ki yeh raina’ featuring popular duets of legendary singers Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar. Songs from their movies will be presented on pre-recorded tracks by Pramod Nair and Usha Raj.

On Nov. 11, 6 p.m.  At T. N. Rajarathinam Auditorium, R. A. Puram. Ph: 9884778073. Ticketed show. Home delivery available.

FOR KIDS

CHILDREN’S DAY CARNIVAL: Wink’s presents annual Children’s Day Carnival. Get your child for a haircut and participate in activities. Goodies to take back. On Nov. 10, 3 p.m. & Nov. 11, 5 p.m. At Wink’s Unisex Salon, 311, Manickam Avenue, Alwarpet. Ph: 9952094955.

CLOWNS, PUPPETS AND MORE: Children’s Day special – ‘Soap Box by Evam’. An one hour of clown shows, puppetry and dwarf in action. For kids 3 years upwards. On  Nov. 10, 5 p.m. At 62/1C, Chamiers Apartments,  R. A. Puram. Price Rs. 200.

WORKSHOPS

DECOUPAGE: Decoupage workshop by Divya Thallap, a decoupage and mixed media artist of Yelling Yellow. Participants will learn basics of napkin decoupage on wood and take home, two finished projects. Includes art materials, lunch, beverages.
On Nov. 11, 10 a.m. At CurioPlay, Alwarpet. Ph: 9790761906. Cost Rs. 2000.

PARENTING: A workshop for parents on ‘Conscious Conceptions & Raising Cosmic Stars’. The Conscious Parenting workshop ‘will bring a fresh perspective on the issues parents face with their children and a way towards a solution’. Jointly organised by Peekaboo Pattern’s founder, Garima Agarwal, along with parenting consultant, Sidra Jafri.

On Nov 16, 10 a.m. At Crowne Plaza, Alwarpet. Ph: 9962430862.

JUST SALADS : Learn to make a variety of salads and dressings like zucchini stack salad, lettuce wrap, spicy peanut dressing, Thai curry dressing and more. Also learn knife skills, flavour balancing, plating and presentation skills.

On Nov. 10, 11.30 a.m. At A4, Whispering Heights, 132, St. Mary’s Road, Alwarpet. Ph: 40031909 / 976911747. Fee: Rs. 1800.

MISCELLANEOUS

PHOTO WALK: Madras Analog Photo Walk in association with KitKarma and Madras Photo Bloggers – for all analog/ film enthusiasts and people who are trying to get started on film.

The first 10 registered participants will receive a free roll of 135 Ilford film roll. All participants get a 10% discount on the purchase of their first roll of film.
Participants to bring their own camera and lenses (35mm, medium format and large format cameras). Participants will explore the streets of Mylapore. On Nov. 11, 6.15 a.m. Meeting point – Rasi Silk store, Mylapore. Ph: 9787718765.

BOOK LAUNCH : Launch of  ‘Teaching Tales, Leaning Trails’, a book by Neeraja Raghavan, Vineeta Sood, and Kamala Anilkumar. On Nov 10, 10.30 a.m. At Wandering Artist, 51, 6th Main Road, R A Puram.

FOR WOMEN: Learn techniques and tools for physical, mental and emotional health. Nov. 14 – 16, 9:30 am. At a space on Dr. Ranga Lane, Mylapore, Ph: 8884100232/ 9500050776. Free introductory session on Nov. 12, 10 a.m. Paid event.

BOOK RELEASE: Launch of book ‘Job Crisis in India’, written by journalist and editor, R. Jagannathan of Swarajya magazine. Tamil Nadu state minister ‘Ma Foi’ K. Pandiarajan is the chief guest.
On Nov. 10, 4.30 p.m. At C. P. Art Center, Eldams Road, Alwarpet.

TALK ON ‘GEOLOGY OF MADRAS’:  Talk by Singanenjam Sambandam, former director of the Geological Survey of India, organised by  Madras Local History Group as a part of its monthly lecture series.  On Nov. 10, 6.15 p.m. At Arkay Centre, Luz. Open to all.

EATING OUT

DINE FOR A CAUSE: Crowne Plaza in association with CRY Foundation has organised a cake sale. The hotel will donate a part of the bills to Child Rights and You (CRY). The same offer extends to dining at the restaurant ‘On the Rocks’. On all Fridays till Dec. 14. At Crowne Plaza, Alwarpet. Ph:  24994101.

CHETTINADU FOOD FESTIVAL: Mahamudra Restaurant is running a vegetarian Chettinadu Food Festival. Till Nov. 18. At 117, Luz Church Road, Luz. Ph: 43535555.

SHOPPING

FUSION SILK SAREES: New collection of sarees themed ‘Sangamithra’ from The S Studio. The sarees are a blend of linen and Kanchipuram silk. Prices start from Rs.10,000. At The S Studio, CIT Colony Alwarpet. Ph: 48589944.

HANDLOOMS: All India Handloom and Handicrafts have organised an exhibition and sale of handloom items. On till Nov. 15. At 7, North Mada Street, Mylapore. Ph: 9383740065.

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