Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Something else completely different

Ti-Ratana Neighbourhood Family Day
Sunday April 30, 2006
9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
17, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar

The Ti-Ratana Welfare Society is organising a neighbourhood family day at the Ti-Ratana Community Centre in Bangsar this coming Sunday, April 30 from 9 am to 2 pm. Please help to spread the word to your friends and family.

This event is aimed at spreading awareness of the community centre and its activities among residents of Bangsar, Brickfields and the Pantai/Kerinchi areas, especially the lower income group.

The Ti-Ratana Community Centre, Bangsar is situated in a 3-storey building on 17, Lorong Maarof. It organises regular activities for members as well as for interested people in the neighbourhood. Activities are non-religious in nature and include Language Lessons, Meditation, Arts & Crafts, Speech, Dance and lots more.

Neighbourhood Family Day April 30 2006

This promises to be a fun day for all with lots of games and activities for children.

Jumble sale from 50 sen to RM5.00

New and pre-owned clothes, shoes, bags, toys, books, kitchen utensils, electrical items, stationery, home decoratives and lots more.


There will be lots of stuff to take away abolutely FREE!!!


There will be a FREE Halal vegetarian lunch served from 12 noon to 1 p.m.


Magic Show
Face Painting
Balloon Sculptures
Games with prizes to win

Help spread the word, friends. I'll be there and it would be really nice to see some of the bloggers face-to-face so do come along and have some fun this Sunday, April 30 from 9 am to 2 pm. Ti-Ratana Community Centre, 17 Lorong Maarof, Bangsar.

To read more about the history and the work of the Ti-Ratana Welfare Society and Community Centres go here.


ront said...

a message that includes the word FREE and FOOD placed side by side would probably bring throngs of hunger stricken malaysians to the event......

Samy FC said...

ala very good la...

you know they should invite Datuk Seri to come la.
as you know Datuk Seri S Samy Velula very family oriented.
next time kasi taruk appointment sama dia sure dia come!

Tenno Miyake said...

I bet there were a lot of people coming. Malaysians are always hungry as usual, be it, at any free food occasion, thousands of people will rush in and 'berebut' the food.

So bad I'm in JB, so cannot come!