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The Princess Academy of Equitation is conducting a summer camp in horse riding on the academy premises, Palace Grounds, Bellary Road, Opp Talisma. For details contact Ph: 3617331, 2206498.
Prakruthi N.Banawasi is conducting a one-month summer camp for improving written and spoken English for schoolchildren, at 341/1, Sampige Road, Malleswaram. For details contact Ph: 51127113, 9448063113.
Sriman Madhwa Gururaghavendra Trust will train children in Shastra Paata. It is a residential programme to be held from April 28 to May 11. Students will stay in a gurukula environment, follow all the prayer and puja traditions strictly, and learn the art of performing puja and giving discourses, apart from familiarising themselves with the various Shastras. The course will be conducted by Vedavyasacharya. For details contact Ph: 3203796, 3300495
Chinnara Angala is holding a free summer theatre camp for children aged six to 16. Drama, mono-acting, music, fancy dress, story writing, storytelling, dance, apart from yoga, drawing, debate, paperwork, clay work, candle-making, etc., will be taught. To enrol, call Ph: 8538500, 2921581.
The Arjun Track and Field Club will conduct athletic camps for boys and girls over 15 years, at Sree Kanteerava Stadium, from Monday. Coaches, Ajay Kumar, Prakash and Devaraj, will train the children. Contact 94480-68117, 2228117, 6660402 for details.
Akriti is organising a one-month workshop based on the theme colour and texture, called ``Rang Tarang'', from May 3 for children in the six-14 age group. It will cover activities such as an overnight adventure sport, pottery, kite and mask making, calligraphy, art and theatre. For more details contact Ph: 9844045263.
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