The first Hannibal Race Goa is being organised on September 22, 6 a.m. onwards at Takar, Ambaulim Pirla Road, Quepem. Spanning over eight kilometres and 25 obstacles, the race welcomes participants such as students, individuals, corporate, members of running and fitness clubs, etc. Details: 7219596244. (Exact location not featured on map)
A walking tour in Pernem, organised by Ramchandra Salgaonkar will be held on September 22, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Details: 9923388999. (Kindly contact given number for exact location)
Enjoy the breathtaking Pali Waterfall at the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary as a trek is being organised on September 22. The meeting point is Cafe Tato at Patto at 7:30 a.m. Fee: `1300. Details: 9822387725 / 2225255.
Learn to make biryanis and more on September 22, 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Irene’s Culinary studio, Porvorim. Details: 7517594465 / firstname.lastname@example.org (Kindly contact given number for exact location)
Creamy Creations Classes Time: 11 am to 2 pm Contact: 7972744346 (Exact location not given on featured map)
On Sunday, 22nd September, Museum of Goa will host a talk by the writer and heritage conservationist, Heta Pandit, from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM as part of its MOG SUNDAYS series. The talk is open and free to all. In this performance piece, Heta Pandit will introduce us to songs sung over the grinding stone. These were songs composed and sung by Goan women while they ground grain for the day. This early morning chore was a solitary activity, often given to a new daughter-in-law as the first chore of the day. The songs are filled with expectation and eagerness, despair and inner strength, also an eternal quest for identity and recognition. This event brings stories from the Goan kitchen and backyard into a wider public space, revealing a hitherto unseen, unheard of Goan voice. The event is based on the 2018 book, Grinding Stories – Songs of Goa. Storyteller Sarojini Bhiva Gaonkar will accompany Heta Pandit’s narrative with her grinding stone. Heta Pandit’s first job was with Dr. Jane Goodall on a chimpanzee research station in Tanzania. She came to Goa in 1995 and has written several books on Goa, many of which are considered foundational books […]
The US Consulate General, Mumbai in association with the United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) will hold a University Fair in Goa on September 22, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Vivanta by Taj, Panaji. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the university selection process, admissions-related exams, and how to apply for a U.S. student visa. The fair is free and open all. Details: 02222624603/MumbaiPublicAffairs@state.gov
To commemorate the martyrs of 1890 Margao massacre, Goan Shutterbugs is organising a walk on September 22, 4:30 p.m. starting from Holy Spirit Church, Margao. At 6 p.m. witness the equinox spectacle, where the setting sun lights up the church altars. The walk is free and open to all. Details: email@example.com.