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There will be a retreat organised for the youth by Jesus Christ Is Lord Ministries at New Creation Home Calangute, Goa from May 13 to May 19. Speakers covering different topics pertaining to the youth will be invited. Free transport is available from Margao, Panaji and Mapusa. Details: 8806463093/9822122174/9552994872

As part of International Museum Day celebrations, Goa Science Centre will be organising an exhibition titled ‘My Own Collection’ from May 16 to 18 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Details: 2463426/gscp.education@gmail.com

On the occasion of International Museum Day, the Museum of Christian Art (MoCA) and Soul Travelling s organising a walk around the convent and church of Santa Monica to get a glimpse of its history, art and architecture on May 18, 8:15 a.m. to 11 a.m. The walk will be led by conservation architect Noah Fernandes and curator of Museum of Christian Art, Natasha Feranandes. An Interactive session with Nickson and Glen Fernandes of the Bico Family who were involved in the restoration of the artworks in the Church of Santa Monica will also be conducted. Details: 7378301863/ info@soultravelling.in

‘Savoury Bakes for Kids’ a hands-on baking class for children between 6 and 20 years will be held on May 18, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Foodybreaks Academy, Porvorim. Participants will learn to bake cafreal buns, veggie calzones and mushroom quiche with chef Kunal. Details: fbacademygoa@gmail.com/9820220912

Learn to prepare a variety of interesting and nutritious snacks and smoothies on May 18, 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Irene’s Culinary Studio, near PMC Bank, Porvorim. Details: 7517594465

Bookworm is hosting ‘Reading in the Park 2019,’ an event featuring book fair, games, races, art, craft, open mic, Zumba, and more on May 18, 4 to 6 p.m. at Children’s park, Aldona. Details: 9823222665

Carpe Diem is hosting a basic carpentry workshop will be held on May 18 and 19, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m at Carpe Diem Majorda. During the workshop participants will learn to familiarise themselves with carpentry tools, build a wine rack, build a shoe rack, etc. Participants would need to carry a measuring tape, an ‘L’ shaped ruler, 2H or 3H pencil, a light hammer, a small saw and a screwdriver. Register by May 16. Fee: `2000. Details: 8888862462/2881035

Specialist in anorectal disorders, non healing wounds, pain management, digestive and immune disorders, Prathamesh Karpe will be available for consultations on May 18 at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Traya Natural Health Centre. Prior appointment is compulsory. Details: 7775065292

Bhoomij Heritage and Soul Travelling are organising a heritage trail to the village of Curdi on May 19. The tour will start at Panaji at 7:30 a.m. Transport, breakfast, lunch will be provided. Details: 7776887807

‘The Easy Cakes Class’ a workshop that will cover the fundamentals of baking a variety of classic cakes from sponge cakes to fillings to finishings all made from scratch, will be held on May 19, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Details: fbacademygoa@gmail.com/9820220912

Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts presents Sketch Club with Ramdas Gadekar beginning 14th April 2019 Introduction to: Pencil and Charcoal Line and Object Drawing Still Life Head Study Figure Study Enroll for 6 Sundays beginning 14th April 2019 Time: 10.30 am to 1.30 pm Ages: 12 years and above     |     All levels welcome! Venue: Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts, 63/C-8, Near Army House, Altinho, Panjim, Goa Limited seats – To register, call 2421311 or email info@sgcfa.org

Join us for a talk by Rahul Srivastava on the topic “The Tool House”, 19 May, 2019 from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm at Museum of Goa, Pilerne Industrial Estate, Pilerne, Bardez, Goa. The Talk: The Tool-House The Tool-House is a typology found in different parts of the world, from artisanal workshops in Mumbai settlements, to shop-houses in Singapore, from garage-offices in the Silicon Valley to home factories in Tokyo. It combines working and living conditions, plays around with time and space and is domestic and work-centred. In contemporary urban life, it takes the idea of artisanship and craftsmanship into a realm that combines new technologies and economic needs, labour and energy systems to become a firm part of the future of uses, needs and objects. It allows us to see through the exaggerated claims of capitalism in the world of production and its relations to technology and labour. The talk looks at the typology of the tool-house within the story of habitats, drawing primarily from learning in Dharavi, Mumbai but extending the argument into habitats as a whole. Brief on the speaker: Rahul Srivastava, studied anthropology at St. Xavier’s College (Mumbai), Jawaharlal Nehru University, (New Delhi) and Cambridge, (U.K.). He is the co-founder of urbz with Matias Echanove […]