Waterfall clean-up

Kanching Waterfalls

Rawang, Selangor

Tel: 019-678 7460 (Joe)/016-271 2424 (Leo)/016-375 8235 (Cindy)



April 19, 7am-6pm: Waterfall Survivors is inviting the public to be part of a gotong-royong campaign to clean up Kanching Waterfalls. This event aims to create awareness on the importance of preserving our natural heritage. Selangor State Tourism Action Council chairman Datuk Subahan Kamal is guest of honour. The SoWs campaign will continue at other waterfalls in the country.

MPH Megastore 1 Utama

1 Utama Shopping Centre

Tel: (03) 7726 9003



April 18, 3pm-5pm: Come and celebrate World Book Day by listening to some of Kuala Lumpur’s best poets read out their work.

This event will showcase the work of established poets like Alina Rastam, Jerome Kugan, Evanna Ramly and Priya K, as well as the work of several new writers.

There will be a discussion at the end of the event — a perfect opportunity for you to raise all your burning questions about poetry in Malaysia.

Free admission. The event will be facilitated by poet and lecturer Alina Rastam. Alina is the author of two collections of poetry: Diver & Other Poems and All the Beloveds.

Segi University College

Kota Damansara

Tel: 017-3769622 (Cherie)


April 25: St Michael’s Institution Alumni Association Klang Valley will be holding its annual dinner. All Michaelians are invited for this event. Please call to book a seat.

Sri Garden

9, Jalan 1/75C

Off Jalan Pria, Taman Maluri

Kuala Lumpur

Tel: (03) 9200 9898



Today, 9am-1pm: Sri Garden students (aged three to six) will perform a specially choreographed play entitled Hansel and Gretel Around the World, dance, conduct creative story telling sessions and many others.

Parents and guests can participate in fun activities such as Quantum Games and Quantum Location-Memory Workshop, a programme from the US that teaches location-memory method to assist parents in the development of their child’s memory skills.

There is also a Creative Hat competition so bring along beautifully decorated hats to parade on stage. There are prizes to be won.

Dataran Kemerdekaan

Shah Alam

E-mail: panduputeri.selangor@gmail.com


April 18, 9am-5pm: Clothing, bags, belts and shoes, as well as paintings, placemats and toys of the royal family will be going on sale at this inaugural bazaar to raise money to build a headquarters for the Selangor Girl Guides Association. It is a fun event for the whole family with food and games. Coupons can be purchased at the venue.

Level 2 (Beside GSC)

Tropicana City Mall

3, Jalan SS20/27

Petaling Jaya

E-mail: c.chics@gmail.com



April 18 & April 19, noon-8pm: This bazaar is an exciting platform for youths to do business, showcase talents, network and chill out.

Youths are also invited to showcase their musical and showbiz talents on the stage provided by Youthopia. Young traders can set up indoor stalls at affordable fees within the area. Admission is free.

Sri Raudah Camp

Batu 12, Gombak

Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 017-3323-499 (Aisyah)

E-mail: aisyah_decosta@yahoo.com



May 1-May 3: Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan University College is hosting an Entrepreneurship Camp to create awareness about the power of entrepreneurship and inspire youths to be entrepreneurs.

High-school students and college students are encouraged to join. Fees: RM130 per participant (including accommodation and food).


Sentul Park

Jalan Strachan

Kuala Lumpur

Tel: (03) 4047 9037 (Ashraf)

E-mail: ashraf@klpac.org



April 20, April 23 & April 24, 7.30pm-10.30pm: Sing a song, move a little or show off your acting skills. KLPAC is looking for aspiring performers to be a part of their hot new musical, Kaki Blue, running from July 30-Aug 16.

The musical, writen by Mark Beau De Silva, will be directed by Joe Hasham and produced by Datuk Faridah Merican. Audition is by appointment only so call to enquire.

Bangsar Village

Tel: (03) 2282 1808



From now onwards: Venusbuzz and Bangsar Village have launched the Community Chest & U initiative to help Rumah Ozanam (a woman & children’s shelter), Rumah Jaireh (home for HIV women & children), Tenaganita shelter (home for trafficked women) and Rumah RPX (orphanage).

The charity bins placed just outside Village Grocer is to collect food (non-perishable) and household items requested by the homes.

Give whatever assistance you can by purchasing any of the required items and dropping it off in the bin.

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