Sahyadri Friends Group 

Event Date

17
Jun

Craft workshop 

Time: Wednesday 17th June 18.00-18.30 

Link: Sahyadri Facebook

This session is conducted for adults and young people. We teach different craft activities.

 


Storytelling 

Time: Thursday 19th June 18.30-19.00 

Link: Sahyadri Facebook

. This is specifically for kids above 5 years. We encourage parents or their children to narrate a story live on Facebook and then a quiz on the story is played. It’s a fun-filled session for kids. Which help them motivate reading. to keep them occupied and calm. This also boosts their self-confidence to narrate and face other kids or members of the group. Under parent guidance. We monitor all these sessions to avoid any abuse or disrespectful comments. This is conducted once a month 

 


Live Cooking session

Time: Saturday 20th June 17.00-17.30pm 

Link: Sahyadri Facebook

This live session gives a platform to all homemakers to showcase their love for food and cooking. All kinds of dishes are cooked live to help the community learn new dishes and the secret ingredients which are passed on in families are revealed. Mostly authentic Indian cousins are cooked live to inspire other women to try out new dishes. As cooking has become the priority of most homes for healthy practices, keeping their well being. this helps the community to come together and celebrate the togetherness and a fun family cooking session. 

 


Sahyadri Live Bollywood dance session: 

Time: Friday 19th June 18.00-19.00 

Link: Sahyadri Facebook

We are conducting a Live Bollywood dance session on Friday the 19th of June on our Facebook page from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the evening. It’s the most popular session throughout the lockdown situation. and becomes a family event. We dance on different dance numbers from Bollywood movies. It’s a good workout and helps keep everyone’s mental health and wellbeing. 

 


Symbols of Home  

Time: Daily 10 am 

Link: MiFriendly Cities Twitter page 

Home should be a sanctuary and a safe, supportive place. It’s what MiFriendly Cities is helping to create in the West Midlands. But right now, during the lockdown, it might also be places of solitude or even sadness.  To mark Refugee Week, we are sharing images and ideas that symbolise home. For example, this may be an object, photograph or meal that reminds you of home! Make sure to use #MiFriendly in your posts so that we can share them!  

 

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