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Top QTube Events for the Week (Oct 8-14)

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

In the immortal words of Mahatma Gandhi, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live for forever”. In the same spirit, we bring to you a week meant for learning and growing (with a couple of laughs thrown in, because what is life without humor). And we’d be extremely happy if you joined us for any (or all, hint hint) of the events happening at the cafe this coming week. So come on over and have a cup of coffee with us.

 

Dr. Rahul Sharma (AGEAC)

THE ASTRAL PROJECTION - Procedures to consciously enter into that fourth dimension (astral world) were known in Egypt. The gnostic studies have inherited those keys, and therefore, you can enjoy unusual experiences such as travelling in time and visiting other dimensions. web-www.ageac.org/en or ph-9868453843

Date: 10 October 2018

Time: 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

World Art Branding Conclave

We are the art branding and promoter company. We believe in encouraging the artists and help them to spread their art on much larger scale.

Date: 12 October 2018

Time: 11 am to 7 pm

Entry: FREE

 

That Was Funny

An Evening of Laughter is What We Guarantee… Some of The Best New Comics in Town and Some Proven Funny People Take The House Down With Their Freshest Material…

Date: 12 October 2018

Time: 7 pm to 9:45 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Phonicsounds

The Phonicsounds workshop will use the synthetic Phonics methodology to enhance reading and spelling skills in students. It’s a hmulti sensory workshop which includes letter sounds, letter formation, blending activities, segmenting rules, tricky words etc. All attending candidates will be given lesson plans and a certificate.

Date: 13 October 2018

Time: 11 am to 5 pm

Entry: Rs. 5000/-

 

Empire Educare

Boost Your Business with YouTube, Udemy, Skillshare etc. Learn how to create engaging, trending videos for your business or self to achieve growth and profit.
Understand what goes behind the scenes and how you can take a pie of this ever growing online world.

Date: 13 October 2018

Time: 5 pm to 7:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Phonicsounds

The Phonicsounds workshop will use the synthetic Phonics methodology to enhance reading and spelling skills in students. It’s a multi sensory workshop and certificates will be provided to all the attending candidates. It includes lesson plans, letter sounds, letter formation, blending activities, segmenting rules, tricky words etc.

Date: 14 October 2018

Time: 11 am to 5 pm

Entry: Rs. 5000/-

 

Empire Educare

Boost Your Business with YouTube, Udemy, Skillshare etc. Learn how to create engaging, trending videos for your business or self to achieve growth and profit.
Understand what goes behind the scenes and how you can take a pie of this ever growing online world.

Date: 14 October 2018

Time: 5 pm to 7:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Have a great week!

DIY of the Week – Upcycled Mobile Charger Holder (Method 2)

Monday, October 1st, 2018

And we’re back, as promised. Last week, we learned how to make an upcycled mobile charger holder from a plastic bottle. This week, we’re making one with the back pocket of your jeans! (Just maybe don’t try to wear them after the fact).

Not only does your charger no longer need to lie there on the floor while it charges, it also looks great while it charges. And now that old pair of jeans doesn’t need to hide in the back of your closet either, it can finally be put to work!

 

Method 2 – Denim Jeans’ Pocket

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

 

What you need:

1. Old Jeans

2. Scissors

3. Needle and Thread

 

What to do:

Step 1

Cut around the back pocket area of the jeans.

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

 

Step 2

Now you need to make a hangar. To do that, you need to cut the side seam section of the leg of the jeans.

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

 

Step 3

Sew the hanger section into the pocket, and your charger holder is now complete.

Image source - Instructables.com

Image source – Instructables.com

 

Now all you need to do is stick your phone into the pocket, connect that charger, and hang it over the charger head.

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

 

Hope you like your swanky new charger holder.

5 Great Sci-Fi Authors of Our Generation

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

If you’re one to dive straight into the fantastical, then science fiction, or sci-fi as it’s commonly called, is the genre for you. With action, drama, and technology all thrown in together, alongwith a heavy dose of space, time travel, and maybe even some robots, an interesting read is pretty much guaranteed.

Here’s a list of 5 great authors in the one genre that basically covers all genres within it.

 

1. Isaac Isamov

The king of the fantastic, Isaac Isamov will not only make you love robots, but fear them too. Though he was a professor by profession, he devoted quite a bit of time and energy towards his novels, and ended up publishing over 500 books throughout his career.

Image source - Encyclopedia Britannica

Image source – Encyclopedia Britannica

 

2. Arthur C. Clarke

Called the “Prophet of the Space Age”, Arthur Clarke is not only a multiple award winner, but also beloved author of one of the all time classics. And if you have read The Space Odyssey, go now. Seriously, go read it now.

Image source - Telegraph.uk

Image source – Telegraph.uk

 

3. H.G. Wells

Ok, so we’re cheating with this one (because he’s technically not of this generation), but then again, he’s too good not to mention. With classics like The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds under his belt, is it any wonder why we’re bending the rules for him? For many, his books were the first introduction to the fantastical and wild.

Image source - Famous Biographies

Image source – Famous Biographies

 

4. Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury, best known for his novel Fahrenheit 451, is one of the most prolific writers of the 21st Century. He has also won the Pulitzer Prize in 2004. The Martian Chronicles is another of his beloved works.

Image source - firewireblog.com

Image source – firewireblog.com

 

5. William Gibson

New age sci-fi is all about technology and the rise of the information age, and Gibson is the one who took on the challenge of that integration absolutely seamlessly. His novels set the stage for the coming of the internet, and how all encompassing and involved virtual realities are. Interesting fact – he’s also the credited with coining the term ‘cyberspace’.

Image source - Amazon UK

Image source – Amazon UK

 

Happy Reading!

The Benefits of Decluttering

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

“The more things you own, the more they own you.”

While we’ve always been counselled to keep our living and working spaces clean (think back to your mom yelling at you to clean your room), most people don’t think about the co-relation of a clean space with a clean and clear mindset. But this co-relation has not only been studied and well established, it has also sparked a movement called minimalism (which we admit, is a teensy bit extreme for us, and not exactly possible and practical for everyone), but it does bring to focus the benefits of the ‘less is more’ concept of thinking and living.

Image source - Sutton and Grove

Image source – Sutton and Grove

 

To put it simply, decluttering is the conscious act of removing all necessary physical assets that are of no use to you any longer. Though each practitioner and advocate of the practice will vary a little in how they describe it, most will give you a time frame (like a year or two) and ask you to either throw away or donate anything that hasn’t been used by you in that duration. For example, open your cupboard and remove all items of clothing that you have not worn even once in the past one year.

Image source - Frugal and Thriving

Image source – Frugal and Thriving

But is decluttering really all it’s cracked up to be, or is it just another passing fad? Well, we present a list of supposed benefits to de-cluttering your life, to make it easier for you to decide.

 

1. It makes you more confident in your own abilities

The more organized your living or workspace, the more confident you feel in your organization skills. Because let’s face it, opening your eyes each morning to that giant pile of clothes on that chair, or walking into your office with a cluttered desk being the first thing you see, isn’t exactly a great way to get a boost of confidence.

Image source - Recruiter.com

Image source – Recruiter.com

 

2. It reduces anxiety

The more clutter you see, the more guilty you feel for not having sorted it, and fantastic news, the more anxious you feel because of the pressure you’ve now created thanks to all that guilt. It’s a never ending cycle. Best way to clear your mind? Clear that desk!

Image source - Reader's Digest

Image source – Reader’s Digest

 

3. It leads to mindful purchasing

Since decluttering requires you to not only dispose of things you aren’t using, it also requires that you pay attention new purchases, which in turns leads you to be more mindful in your purchasing habits. This means that you actively consider the longevity of use for any product you purchase, whether it is a piece for your home, and item of clothing, or even work equipment.

Image source - uploadvr.com

Image source – uploadvr.com

 

4. It helps you find things more easily

So simple! The less items you have, the less likely something will get misplaced amongst a giant pile. No more emptying the entire cupboard to find your favorite shirt, and opening all the kitchen drawers to find that pizza cutter. Since you’re only keeping the bare minimum stuff, you can now find things in a jiffy.

Image source - Tilting at Windmills

Image source – Tilting at Windmills

 

5. It leads to better sleep

Though there are plenty of studies that show that a less cluttered space allows for positive energy to flow without obstruction, if you aren’t one to believe ‘such’ things, it doesn’t matter. A cleaner home leaves less room for guilt in your mind. Guilt of leaving that mess in the hall, that pile of papers on your desk, that pile of dishes in the sink. The cleaner your home, the more satisfied you feel turning in for the day, the better your sleep.

Image source - ExpertBeacon

Image source – ExpertBeacon

 

6. It’s easier to let go of the past

We often end up holding onto things as physical reminders of long held memories. And this often leads to our inability to let ‘things’ go. But once you purge the excess physical items, you often find yourself feeling mentally lighter too. People have often expressed the feeling of letting go of the past, and being able to focus more not only on their present, but the future too.

Image source - Goddess Ignited

Image source – Goddess Ignited

 

7. It reduces stress in relationships

A cramped and cluttered home often leads to a cluttered mind as well, and the first victim is often our relationships, whether with our significant other, our parents or siblings, or even our coworkers. Flustered feelings resulting from an overflowing desk or an untidy home often manifest in our dealings with people that co-exist with us in those very spaces, and freeing up the excess and unused allows for the same in our feelings too.

Image source - Zoosk

Image source – Zoosk

 

8. It saves on storage space

The less items you have, the less you have to worry about stuffing them in some random drawer or cabinet, just to get them out of the way. It becomes possible not only to find space to store everything you own, but also becomes easier to organize it, since you’re no longer stuck in the otherwise never ending struggle to find that itty bitty space for that extra pair of shoes, or that third guitar, or that 47th stuffed toy (hey, we don’t judge).

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

 

9. It increases creativity and productivity

Instead of constantly worrying about where you’re going to put the new project file so it doesn’t get mixed up with the old ones, or why you now have three places where you’re keeping linen, you now can focus on better things. Since decluttering frees up both space and time, you automatically have more time on your hands to not only be more organized, but more productive too.

Image source - Startup

Image source – Startup

 

10. It leads to a cleaner household/office

And it’s so much easier (and faster) to keep clean! Instead of dusting 67 little knick knacks, many of which were gifts some twenty years ago and you don’t even remember who gave them, you now can just wipe down empty coffee tables, and display cabinets that have only the really special items now. Think of all the things you can do with all that extra time! And an added benefit is that your health will get an extra boost, since you won’t dread cleaning as a never-ending task, and therefore you’ll probably do it more often and more diligently.

Image source - Cleaning Services

Image source – Cleaning Services

 

So, we’ve laid down all the benefits of decluttering your spaces, but ultimately, the choice remains yours. Try out it, and if really works for you, do share your experiences with us. We’d love to hear back from you. Happy cleaning, folks.

DIY of the Week – Marbled Bookmarks

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

With Read A Book Day and World Literacy Day both falling in the month of September, we carry on with our theme for this month’s DIYs. Reading is really important to us, and it should be to you too. With fiction, you can meet new people, travel to new places, some real, some imagined, and you can do all of that from the comfort of your home. Non-fiction can introduce you to the backstories of your favorite idols, through their biographies or autobiographies, get help from self-help or motivational books, learn new skills, get insight into history, and so many other fields. No matter which way you look at it, books make us a better, and more enlightened society.

This week’s bookmark not only looks smart, but colorful and bright too. And with an extremely simple process to make them, you can not only have a set of personalized bookmarks for yourself, but for friends and family too. So let’s get going.

 

What you need:

1. Blank white paper

2. Shaving foam

3. Several food dye colors

4. Skewer

5. A shallow receptable the size of, or bigger than, the sheet of paper

6. Single hole puncher

 

What you need to do:

Step 1

Fill a layer of shaving foam  in the receptable.

Image source - Kate's Creative Space

Image source – Kate’s Creative Space

 

Step 2

Drop several drops of different dyes in a random pattern across the top of the foam layer

Image source - Kate's Creative Space

Image source – Kate’s Creative Space

 

Step 3

Take the skewer and lightly dipping the tip into the foam, create swirls in the foam with light strokes.

Image source - Kate's Creative Space

Image source – Kate’s Creative Space

 

Step 4

Once the foam has a nice and colorful swirl pattern, take the sheet of paper and gently lay it over the patterned foam layer. Make sure to not push the paper into the foam. It needs to just lightly lay on top of the layer, like it’s floating.

 

Step 5

Gently remove the sheet of paper, and flipping it over, let it dry out.

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

 

Step 6

Once the sheet is dry, cut the sheet into the correct size. Once done, you can laminate the sheet if you want, or directly punch a hole at the top, string a bit of ribbon, and voila, you’re bookmark is ready!

Image source - Gwinnett County Public Library

Image source – Gwinnett County Public Library

 

Alternate options

If you want to be even more fancy, you can do additional little touch ups to make your bookmark stand out a bit more. Here are some options:

You can write a favorite quote on the marbled background

Image source - The Crafty Gentleman

Image source – The Crafty Gentleman

 

You can cut up the sheet in a different pattern than the standard rectangle

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

 

Happy Reading!

DIY of the Week – Folded Corner Bookmarks

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

Whether you love going out in the monsoon season or not, you have to admit, it is absolutely the perfect weather for staying in, curling up in your favorite chair with a hot cuppa and a great book! To honor that, we’ll be dedicated the DIY projects this month to making the perfect bookmarks for our favorite books.

We’re kicking of the first DIY of September with these lovely (and incredibly easy to make) folded bookmarks, that you just need to stick on the corner of the page you take a break on.

 

What you need:

1. Origami colored paper (regular paper or chart paper can be used to, if you so wish)

2. Ruler

3. Scissors

4. Markers / paints

 

What to do:

Step 1

Measure and mark a 6 x 6 inch piece of the paper and cut it.

Image source - JAM Paper

Image source – JAM Paper

 

Step 2

Fold the piece you have cut, following the steps shown in the figure below. Take your time, the first few times, as it can get a bit confusing.

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

 

Step 3

Take your markers or paint, or even other colored paper, and make your design, and there you go – your bookmark is ready!

Image source - dltk-kids.com

Image source – dltk-kids.com

 

The only limit to the kind of designs you can make or create is your own imagination. From animals, to superheros, to monsters, try a new one for each new book you read! P.s. they make great gifts for fellow readers too. Here are some photos for extra inspiration -

Image source - Namaste Switzerland

Image source – Namaste Switzerland

 

Image source - Scraplisters.com

Image source – Scraplisters.com

 

Special Bonus:

If you’re looking to try your hand at a different shape, you can try this heart-shaped bookmark too. Just take a paper of the color of your choice, and fold away!

Image source - Funstitch

Image source – Funstitch

 

Happy Reading!

DIY of the Week – Rock Tic Tac Toe

Monday, August 27th, 2018

As another month draws to a close, we leave this last Monday with possibly the easiest and simplest DIY yet! No memory of childhood is complete without the ever-favorite game of tic-tac-toe, and this easy project gives you its handmade version, small and compact enough to carry with you wherever you go. Not only are the things you need simple and easy to find, the actual process takes just two steps, and these are so easy that even kids can do them (so no excuses left for you!)

Well then, let’s get this show on the road.

 

What you’ll need:

1. Ten small, smooth rocks

2. Paints of your choice

3. Paintbrush

4. Canvas drawstring pouch (you can make your own too)

 

Image source - Eighteen25

Image source – Eighteen25

 

What to do:

Step 1

Clean and dry the rocks completely. Once done, all you have to do is paint half of them with X, and the other half with O. If you feel experimental, you can always change it up by painting the two sets of rocks with different colors, or even different designs altogether.  Let dry.

 

Step 2

Take the canvas pouch and create the tic tac toe base design on its outside. You can do this with a permanent marker or with basic black paint.

 

Step 3

As promised, there is no Step 3! Once you’ve done the above two steps, your very own portable tic tac toe game is ready for a game or two. Once done, all you have to do is store the rocks back in the pouch, and off you go!

 

Image source - Wonderful DIY

Image source – Wonderful DIY

 

Happy playing!

Top QTube Events for the Week (Aug 27 – Sept 2)

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

With August drawing to a close, and the festival season upon us, Mumbai seems to be gearing up for the coming month. And in keeping with that mood, we’re gearing up too. Gearing up to bring you some great events, opportunity to meet some lovely people, and maybe even just sit in a quiet corner and read a book, or play a board game with a friend. Whatever your mood, we’re ready for it.

So let’s take a look at what we’ve got in store for you this coming week!

 

Quality Medical Knowledge Foundation

The event is for non profits who are Partners of GlobalGiving, registered for the Peer Learning session on Understanding GG Rewards

Date: 29 August 2018

Time: 9 am to 1 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Punam Chawla

Acrylic Ganesha On Canvas Painting- This Ganesh Utsav, paint your own Ganesha in Acrylic on Canvas and take Him home. Come and play with Ganesha & colors!!

Date: 29 August 2018

Time: 2 pm to 6 pm

Entry: Rs. 850/-

 

Rishi Gangoly

The Trainers Expo is a revolutionary concept in learning & development.
1. Making your Website is Easier and Cheaper than you Think – Rishi Gangoly
2. Invisible Selling. The Science of Subconscious Selling – Dharmendra Rai
3. Boost your business with Email Marketing – Rishi Gangoly
4. Protect your Job and Business with Mind Mapping – Dharmendra Rai

Who Must Attend!
Learners, HR Managers, L&D Pros, Trainers & Future Trainers MUST Attend!
Registration: 9.30 am – 10.00 am.
Training starts: 10.00 am SHARP – NO KIDDING.
Stops By 6.00 pm

Date: 30 August 2018

Time: 8:30 am to 7 pm

Entry: FREE

 

The Funny Room

Do you have some hidden talents that you’ll like to bring it out in the open? Have you been scribbling in your diary with lots of ideas? Does the spotlight intrigue you? Then it’s time you take the stage with an open mic night! But, if you’re still not so confident, you alwats can be inspired by others. The experienced comics coming in will definitely motivate you. The Funny Room’s Stand Up – Open mic is where you should be.

Date: 31 August 2018

Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Serene Hour

Teach children important life lessons and life skills through fun stories and activities. Parents are welcome to come along with their kids.
Registration fees per child is INR 500. Registration with siblings will be INR 800. All activities materials will be provided by us.
Entry with prior registrations only.
For registrations call Mariyah-9152296313

Date: 1 September 2018

Time: 11 am to 2 pm

Entry: Rs. 500/-

 

YWCA of Bombay

YWCA Bandra area monthly meeting. Talk by IJM – how to peotwcr missing daughters and Linda -loss of loved one-dealing with loss

Date: 1 September 2018

Time: 2 pm to 5 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Empire

Facing The Camera preview workshop helps one understand the scope of building ones brand by facing the camera and socially influencing through self images and self videos on social media platforms. This workshop helps individuals/groups to build a vlogging career and also helps trainers & coaches to teach online through building video courses.

Date: 1 September 2018

Time: 5 pm to 7:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

HEROES

Learning sessions for men by HEROES – an online community of men focusing on empowering and educating on career, relationships, health and self growth.

Date: 2 September 2018

Time: 10 am to 1 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Lets Be Outdoorsy

In this upcycling workshop the participants will be taught to use the old products that they throw away and make new and useful things for eg. tote bags and many such fun things. We have a lot of funky projects lined up for you so make sure to register soon.

Date: 2 September 2018

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

Entry: Rs. 1000/-

 

PoShaK

PoShaK invites Poets, Shayars, Kavis and all lovers of poetry to its 7th edition of Poetry Open Mic. We have 4 curated slots of Hindi, Urdu, Marathi and English poets. There are 20 open mic slots (To register, express your interest to read/recite/ perform on the Facebook event page). PoShaK is a place where Poets, Shayars and Kavis flock together to share their most heartfelt verses in the most natural way possible for a discerning audience. Here spoken word bards are honoured with a stage to celebrate the liberating power of poetry.

Date: 2 September 2018

Time: 4 pm to 9 pm

Entry: Rs. 100/-

 

We hope you have a great week! Look forward to seeing you soon!

DIY of the Week – Cactus Rocks

Monday, August 13th, 2018

You know what’s a great thing about Mondays? That you get to start a brand new week with a brand new attitude! So if you start if off with a few great thoughts, a great big smile, and some creativity, then you’re in for a fabulous one. And don’t worry, if things start off on the wrong foot, don’t worry about. You can restart from whenever you want!

So, this week we’re going to bring some brightness for those little corners of your space that need a little cheer. (And these are especially great for those of you who love greenery but can’t keep a plant alive if they’re lives depended on it).

What you need:

  1. Smooth, medium to large size rocks
  2. Planter
  3. Small pebbles to fill the planter (ideally white in color as these will make the cactus colors pop more)
  4. Several shades of green paint
  5. White paint
  6. Paintbrush

 

What to do:

Step 1

Take the rocks that will be your cacti and clean and dry them. Once they are completely dry, proceed to paint each one a different shade of green. Feel free to paint several coats on to make sure the color is nice and strong. Leave to dry. Pro tip: You can even paint the rocks white entirely, let them dry, and then paint over with the green, to make the color really stand out, especially for rocks that are dark in color.

Image source - Peinando Canas

Image source – Peinando Canas

 

Step 2

Once the green paint has dried on the rocks, take a thin paintbrush and the white paint, and proceed to paint little designs on the rocks, to give the appearance of a cactus. Ideally keep a different design for each rock, to give variety to the final product. Designs can range from stars, to dots, to lines, and as many permutations and combinations of these that you can come up with. Leave to dry. Pro tip: You can practice different designs on a piece of paper, and select the ones you like the most and recreate them on the rocks.

Image source - Wonder Woman

Image source – Wonder Woman

 

Step 3

Take you planter and fill almost all the way to the top with the pebbles. Now just stick in your cactus rocks randomly, and at different angles, and you’re cactus planter is ready. Pro tip: If you want to use white pebbles, but can’t find any, just paint a handful of them white, and use those as the final top layer when you’re filling the planter. This way you can get the same look without having to paint every single pebble.

Image source - Pinterest

Image source – Pinterest

And there you have it! You’ve got a bit of readymade greenery to brighten up any corner of your house or office. And the best part? It didn’t take too much of time either, did it? See you next Monday for another easy-to-do DIY!

Top QTube Events for the Week (30 July – 5 August)

Thursday, July 26th, 2018

Want to learn a quirky fact as we transition from July to August? Well, did you ever notice how all the months from September to December feel really weird in that their names don’t align with what month of the year they are? What we mean is, ‘sept’ means seven, ‘oct’ is for eight, ‘nov’ is for nine, and ‘dec’ is for ten, and yet they are the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth months respectively. Well, the story goes that the two Caesars wanted months in the calendar to signify their names (because they wanted to leave their mark on the world), and so they just basically forced themselves into the calendar way back when they were around, right in the middle of the year! So that’s how July (for Julius Caesar) and August (for Augustus Caesar) came to sit right in the middle of the year, pushing all the other months out of alignment! Also pay attention to how those are the only months that are consecutive but still have 31 days each. Really humble guys, weren’t they?

Well, onwards to what we’ve got planned for you this week!

 

Enlighten Games Pvt Ltd

People have been enlightened and transformed their financial future in just 2/3 hours of attending play way session about & on Money and Mind with wisdom of Chanakya’s sutras.

Date: 3 August, 2018

Time: 5 pm to 7 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Let’s Art

An art event by Graphic Sutra called ‘Let’s Art’ it is a workshop for anyone who loves art and wants to learn more about it. To know more check our website www.graphicsutra.com

Date: 4 August, 2018

Time: 10 am to 2 pm

Entry: Rs. 500/-

 

YWCA of Bombay

Ywca monthly meeting of Bandra area members with a talk on finance and women by Loretta and a talk by Cherryl on starting your own business.

Date: 4 August, 2018

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Irshaad’s 15th Poetry Open Mic

Free & open for all. Any language, any genre. We are all ears :) BUT! Specifically – NO Bad Words or Hate Speech would be tolerated.

Date: 4 August, 2018

Time: 4 pm to 9:45 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Averti

Offline Workshop for the members of HEROES – an online community of men focusing on Health, Career, Relationships and Self Growth.

Date: 5 August, 2018

Time: 10 am to 12 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Handwriting Workshop by Punam Chawla

Learn and have fun! Let us try various ways you can write beautifully & in an ornamental style. It’s day 2 of the workshop. Bring in your material and take away masterpieces of handwriting.

Date: 5 August, 2018

Time: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

GUPSHUP by Nojoto

A get together where you get 4 minutes to do whatever you want! YES, so if you do not feel like performing, you could just talk, yes you got it right! it could even be your take on football or bollywood. Apart from that you could dance, do a magic trick, read out your favorite poet, or read out your own poetry, story, do a comedy or a musical act! The show would be hosted by Pooja Gupta.

Date: 5 August, 2018

Time: 4 pm to 8 pm

Entry: FREE

 

So, we’re seeing you this week, right? We certainly hope so! Have a super fantastic week!