Celebrating Kerala: The 6th edition of the Malayalam literary meet hosted by Federation of All Goa Malayalee Associations takes place first week July annually. Participants include noted writers of the Malayali diaspora in Goa and country. This year’s guest of honor is KP Sudheera, he will inaugurate the function. Participants also include Musafir Ahmed and Goan author Damodar Mauzo. Highlights include a multilingual poetry reading session by Konkani and Malayalam poets including well known Konkani writer N Sivadas. Venue: Ravindra Bhavan, Margao. Date: Saturday/Sunday, June 1&2. Time: Please check at venue for details.
triGoa Environment Day Ride: Join in UN World Environment Day celebrations on June 5. WED has become a global outreach event now and observed in 143 countries annually. In Goa triGoa is organizing bicycle rides of 25 km, 50km and 100 km as part of its environment awareness week. Registration fee ensures ride badge, certificate, breakfast, energy drink and bar, water at control points. Date: Sunday, June 2. Details : log onto www.trigoa.org or contact 7720882228 or email email@example.com
Waste Less: The Waste Less Project is organizing a talk on how to reduce household plastic waste for people interested in switching to safer, healthier, more eco-friendly lifestyles. Registration is compulsory. Venue: Bookworm Library, Mala. Date: Saturday, June 1. Time: 4pm to 6pm. Fee: `200. Details: Call 8879990919.
Europe Travel Kit: A useful talk by Ramchandra Prabhu Salgaonkar . Venue: International Centre Goa (ICG) , Dona Paula, Panaji. Date: June 8. Details: Call 9923388999
Save Keserval Spring Movement: Observe World Environment Day by joining in the cleanliness drive at Keserval Spring and plant a malcorado mango tree. Garbage bags, gloves, whatever is required will be provided. Venue: Kesarval Sprring, Quellossim-Cortalim. Date: Wednesday, June 5. Time: 3.30pm. Details: Call 7545559879/7887564946
Get a degree in dramatics: The Kala Academy Goa’s College of Theatre Arts is conducting a course in dramatics affiliated to Goa University. Eligibility is XII pass in any stream. Additional qualifications may include experience in theatre, prizes/awards in drama, music, art competition by the Kala Academy or similar organizations. Only 30 students will be admitted. Interested candidates may collect prospectus from Kala Academy office during office hours. Venue: Kala Academy, Campal, Panaji. Date: Last date for submission form is June 17
Visual Arts & Theatre Program: Take a look at Sunaparanta’s all-new curriculum for The Mango Tree after-school art program, Pencil to Portfolio (juniors and adults) and In Stages – Theatre Company for young adults beginning June. Details: Call 2421311 or log in firstname.lastname@example.org
`Stories from the Mortuary’: In Mog Sunday series a talk by Madhu Ghodkirekar. Venue: Museum of Goa, Pilerne Industrial Estate, Pilerne. Date: Sunday, June 2. Time: 11.30am to 12.30pm. Details: email@example.com. Or call 7722089666
Learn to make your own soap and fruit peel enzymes: This course teaches you about using natural, eco-friendly ingredients to use in your domestic chores and how to take care of body beautiful without using harsh chemicals. Handmade natural soaps can help rejuvenate damaged skins beautifully. Venue: House No.64, CHOGM road, Sangolda, Bardez, Goa. Date: June 2. Time: 4pm to 6pm
Earth Keepers Market: Visit market for fresh, local, organically cultivated fruit and veggies, groceries, herbal health supplements and remedies, natural body products, acupressure and vision improvement kits and much more. Venue: Rejuvenation Centre, 1175 Anavaddo, Candolim. Date: Sunday, June 2. Time: 5pm to 7pm. Details: Call 8888409687.