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Fri 18 Nov 2005

Tue 22, Wed 23 Nov - "Losing Tomorrow," through the eyes of an orang utan

Category : events

"Losing Tomorrow" celebrates the wonders of the Sumatran rainforest through the eyes of an Orangutan and urges everyone to play a part in the conservation of our natural heritage.

All proceeds from the sale of tickets for this film and related programmes will go to GAFI which uses wildlife films such as "Losing Tomorrow" to motivate active support for conservation in remote communities faced with rapid habitat loss. Read more about the film and GAFI - link.

Message from NSS - We need everyone's support. Please join us with your friends and family. We will be serving vegetarian snacks by kind courtesy of Vegetarian Society (Singapore).

"Losing Tomorrow" fund raiser
Tue 22 or Wed 23 Nov 2005
At The Substation, 7.00pm; see map.

Tickets at $10 donation per person.
Other donation amounts appreciated.
Bookings to Joe at contact@nss.org.sg
or by phone at 6741-2036.

Cheque payable to Nature Society (Singapore),
510 Geylang Road, #02-05 The Sunflower, S 389466.

If available, tickets will be sold at the door,
'first come, first served'.

For enquiries, email Vilma or Winnie.

The NSS Education Group is also organising
"KIDS' FUN WITH ORANGUTANS"
Wed 23 Nov 2005: 4.30-6pm
Fort Canning Park

Do Orangutans have a swinging life in the wild? What do they love to eat the most? Clue: something you and I like too! Get to know this awesome ape.

Hands-on activities include a Food Hunt & Nesting the Orangutan way. Outdoor activities followed by indoor refreshments at The Substation at 6pm, and at 7pm optional film viewing - "Losing Tomorrow" on the Orangutans of Sumatra. Suitable for children 5-11 years. $10 members, $15 non-members. Price includes refreshments and free entrance to movie. To register email Vilma at vdroza@nie.edu.sg. Note only on Wed 23 Nov 2005.

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