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Wed 27 Oct 2004

Nature Society's Circle of Life, Sat 6 Nov 2004: 9.30am

Category : events

From the Vilma D'Rozario, NSS Education subgroup - "Come down to The Great Hall @ Millenia Walk at 9.30 am on Saturday, 6 November 2004 and stand in a Circle holding a Life Card photo (left) of a native plant or animal.

Come help us make the 500 strong chain-link of people holding life cards of our biodiversity. Life Cards will be provided.

Say you¹d hold a Life Card by emailing Rita at ritazamzamah@pacific.net.sg with your name, address and number of people in your party.

NATURE FUN AT MILLENIA WALK INCLUDES:

    1. Fun with Nature show-and-tell with the Education Group (nature education activities for kids)

    2. Biodiversity exhibitions by biodiversity partners

    3. Biodiversity Games by schools and volunteer organisations

    4. Biodiversity Hunt (a biodiversity treasure hunt for the whole family)

    5. imPRESS with nature -- make your own nature tee-shirts!

    6. Rap for Nature (learn a nature rap!)

    5. Digital Art Painting Exhibition on Nature - Singapore's Biodiversity by epSITE Imaging Gallery -- learn how to digi-paint nature!

    6. Biodiversity merchandise booths

    7. Guided Nature Walks at Marina City Park (shuttle buses to the Park available from Millenia Walk free upon sign-up for the programme)

The day would be devoted to nature education with the aim of raising awareness and appreciation of Singapore's biodiversity. The Nature Society (Singapore) would be most grateful if you and your family support this education and community outreach event by your presence and participation. Admission is free!"

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