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A handmade Diwali decorations workshop by Ranjana Agarwal will be held on October 20, 27 and November 3, 3 p.m. at Museum of Goa, Pilerne. Fee: `700. Details: info.museumofgoa@gmail.com / 7722089666.

Penguin and Museum of Goa will be launching Shivya Nath’s debut book ‘The Shooting Star’! The author will be in conversation with Nupura Hautamaki, content consultant at Little Black Book – Goa, talking about the book and a life of long-term travel. About the book: Shivya Nath quit her corporate job at age twenty-three to travel the world. She gave up her home and the need for a permanent address, sold most of her possessions and embarked on a nomadic journey that has taken her everywhere from remote Himalayan villages to the Amazon rainforests of Ecuador. Along the way, she lived with an indigenous Mayan community in Guatemala, hiked alone in the Ecuadorian Andes, got mugged in Costa Rica, swam across the border from Costa Rica to Panama, slept under a meteor shower in the cracked salt desert of Gujarat and learnt to conquer her deepest fears. With its vivid descriptions, cinematic landscapes, moving encounters and uplifting adventures, The Shooting Star is a travel memoir that maps not just the world but the human spirit.

Museum of Goa (MOG) in collaboration with Serendipity Arts Festival is hosting the Criminal Tribes Act, a theatre piece on October 23, 7 p.m. as a part of Theatre at Home project, curated by Atul Kumar. Details: info.museumofgoa@gmail.com / 7722089666.

The first edition of Food Odyssey, a program which combines culinary and contemporary visual arts to provide completely new experiences will be held on October 27, 7.30 p.m. at Museum of Goa, Pilerne. Get a chance to Dine at the Museum as Subodh Kerkar takes you on a fascinating culinary journey with Chefs Lavanya and Shivam. Fees: `2000. Details: info.museumofgoa@gmail.com / 7722089666

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