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Kaikondrahalli Kere Habba today

The 3rd Annual Kere Habba is back at your favourite lake – Kaikondrahalli Lake on Sarjapur Road. On January 8, Kaikondrahalli Lake will be host to a bunch of events from sunrise to sunset.
Kere Habba at Kaikondrahalli Lake will be a sunrise to sunset event and organised by neighbourhood volunteers, where the community can connect to the lake, to each other and to issues & inspiring ideas in the field of conservation Highlights: Delicious and healthy food – 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Near school playground; Shopping – 10 am to 6 p.m. – Near kalyani; Bird walk – 7 a.m. – Bridge gazebo Photography workshop – 8 am. – School playground; Kids corner (miscellaneous activities) – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Drawing from nature – 9 a.m. – School playground; Writing on nature – 10 a.m. – Amphitheater; Feed the soil (composting) – 8:00 a.m. to 11 am – Bridge gazebo; School area and Butterfly park Build a floating island – 11 am to pm. – Kalyani gazebo – 15-20 participants Millets cooking workshop – 11 am., 1 pm., 3:00 p.m. – Near school playground; Civic innovators interaction – 12 noon – Amphitheater Songs by the water – 4 pm. to 6 p.m. – Amphitheater
DON’T miss this year!
Facilities at the Habba venue:Toilets, Food and water.
– PayTM will be accepted for food coupons and MAPSAS donations. However, please carry cash for purchases at the Santhe (shops/stalls).
– Carry your own water bottle. We will have refill points around the periphery of the lake.
– Carry your own cloth bags for shopping at the Santhe.
– Wear comfortable walking shoes. You are going to be out all day!
– Please take the public transport or ride your cycle to the habba. Walk if you stay close by.
– Do not carry disposable bottles or plastic to the habba.
– Please avoid bringing your car to the lake on Habba day. We do not have parking.
– Please do not expect any food or beverage stalls to serve edibles in disposable plastic or paper cutlery. Only leaf plates and reusable steel plates will be used at the habba. Bring your own cutlery and glasses if you are particular.
About Mahadevapura Parisara Samrakshane Mattu Abhivrudhi Samiti (MAPSAS) (translated in English: Mahadevapura Environment Protection and Development Trust). MAPSAS is a community-oriented Not For Profit Trust, formed by citizens to take up ecological lake maintenance activities after rejuvenation of lakes in Mahadevpura constituency of Bangalore city. The members of the Trust have been engaged with the BBMP since 2008 to rejuvenate Kaikondrahalli Lake and Lower Ambalipura Lake in an environmentally sustainable, socially responsible manner.

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