Women's day celebrations, save array campaign, pottery exhibition and a lot more to look forward to this week. Here are five events you should not miss.
1. #SaveAarey campaign – Mumbai
A citizens movement to help save a 3000 acre green haven located in the heart of Mumbai. Save Aarey movement’s objective is to ensure that one of the last large urban green areas of Mumbai is preserved for posterity to be enjoyed by the present residents and generations to come. Mumbai suffers from the worst open space rations in India and maybe the world. Places like Aarey can be developed as world class natural recreation areas finding a place even in the tourist map of Mumbai. More details here.
When: 7th March
Where: Aarey Colony, New Zealand Hostel Grounds, Aarey Colony, Goregaon East
2. Ethical Market – Chennai
Auroville’s Ethical Market will display the communities efforts in compact form. The market will be selling a variety of Auroville’s environmental/socially conscious products. More details.
When: 5th March-8th March
Where: Amethyst, next to Corporation Bank, Whites Road, Royapettah, Chennai
3. Whitefield Cycle Day – Bengaluru
Cycle Day is back in Whitefield. Bring your friends and families and spend a day of cycling and connecting with other cycling enthusiasts. More details.
When: 8th March
Where: Whitefield Inner Circle, Whitefield
4. Women’s Day celebration – Gurgaon
Kingdom of Dreams, India’s incredible live entertainment destination will celebrate the cause of women’s empowerment and emancipation on International Women’s Day on 8th of March with a variety of activities. The freedom to make a choice and celebrate womanhood in all its facets will be brought to life with some beautiful engagements at Kingdom of Dreams. Leading the cause will be live entertainment by an all women’s band which will bring women of different nationalities together on stage to create music which knows no boundaries. More details.
When: 8th March
Where: Kingdom of Dreams, Sector 29, Gurgaon
5. Pottery Exhibition – Delhi
All Indian Fine Arts and Crafts Society is organising 19th edition of All India Studio Pottery Exhibition 2015. The exhibition will be inaugurated by president of AIFACS and an eminent sculptor Ram V Sutar. More details.
When: 3rd March – 9th March
Where: All India Fine Arts And Crafts Society(Connaught Place)
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