What can be more fun for kids when the next day to Diwali is a day dedicated to them? Make this November 14 a memorable day for your child by indulging in loads of activities taking place around the city. Here are five such interesting finds to choose from
To celebrate Children’s Day, artists Rahul Thakkar and SheldOn Pereira, who are the founders of DAMN, an art house practising wall art and graffiti, will paint a giant-sized plywood (8’ X 12’) at The Courtyard, with the theme of child labour.
On Today, 12 pm to 8 pm
At The Courtyard, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
Designer Payal Singhal presents her Festive 2012 collectiOn of occasiOn wear for little boys and girls. The collectiOn of party frocks that double up as Indian occasiOn wear with little churidars and dupattas has detachable neckpieces. For boys, graphic kurtas are created in colours such as hot pink, cyan and lime and coloured stoles.
At Payal Singhal, Rajmahal Building, Altamount Road.
Take your children to an exhibitiOn, which has been created by children, for children. Boys and girls enrolled with Shefali Art classes have shown their creativity through colours and their works are part of the exhibitiOn where more than 125 artworks by children between 5 to 17 years will be On display.
On Today, at Nehru Art Gallery, Dr Annie Besant Marg, Worli.
Creative Bee will showcase a unique and eclectic yet nOn-toxic collectiOn of toys and gift items especially for kids. This vibrant range includes trains, cars, scooters, mini jars, tic-tac-toe games, doll tops, bangles and many more interesting pieces of art.
At Creative Bee, Forjett Street, Gowalia Tank. Call 66568580
CAS at the Museum
Get your child associated with The Museum’s CAS (Creativity, ActiOn, Service) module. Over the course of the academic year 2012-13, students will engage with the Museum’s collectiOns, audiences and activities, as well as cOnceptualise, develop and execute their own individual projects. Students will also assist with the Museum’s workshops for young children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
At Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Byculla (E).
A walk through Mohammed Ali Road's Khau Galli