Exchange your books with other bookworms this weekend at The School, Jaya One under Art for Grabs event. The event is organised by KL Book Exchange and entrance is free. Just bring a book and exchange it for another.
This weekend is the last chance to catch the “Women Days (II) Art Exhibition” at Wisma Pauson in Balakong, Selangor. Entrance is free and it is open from 11am to 5pm. For details, call 012-222-8840, 016-868-6648 (Kwan) or 012-912-4908 (Loo).
Have some fun in the name of charity at the Moneypollie Fun Fair 2016 this weekend at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) Kampar Sport Complex. The Utar Board Games Club will be having vendors, contests, station games and lucky draws with the main prizes like TV and iPad Air up for grabs. Entrance is free and the fun fair is open from noon to midnight on both days. For details, visit Facebook page Moneypollie Fun Fair 2016.
Budding basketball coaches and players can get tips on the game from Jr. NBA Malaysia open clinics this weekend at IGB International School. There is a coaching clinic from 8.30am to 11.30am today, suitable for sports teachers, students, part-time coaches, and educationists. All budding basketball players aged 5 to 14 are invited to participate in the Open Clinic on both days from 1pm to 4pm. Selected players aged 10 to 14 from the basketball Open Clinic will stand a chance to embark on a unique overseas NBA experience and meet professional NBA players. For details ,visit www.facebook.com/JrNBAMalaysia/
It is also the International Pillow Fight Day today. So, Jump Street Trampoline Park in Petaling Jaya is organising a pillow fight at 8pm today. Participation is free and is open to all ages. Participants must bring their own soft pillows and follow the set of guidelines to make sure that the programme goes on smoothly. For details, visit www.jumpstreetasia.com
The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur will bring ‘Fireworks from the Heart’ to the big screen at the Weekend Japanese Film Show at 3pm today at the Auditorium of Content Malaysia Pitching Centre, Unit G09 & G10, Platinum Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral, Kuala Lumpur. Admission is free. The Weekend Japanese Film Show is a series of free film screenings held every first Saturday of the month. All films are presented in Japanese with English subtitles.
Want to know how traditional Malay delicacies like rendang and wajik is made? Head to the traditional bazaar this weekend at Taman Warisan Pertanian at Presint 16, Putrajaya. Organised by Putrajaya Corporation and Putrajaya Floria Sdn Bhd, the event which started on March 30 ends tomorrow. There will be a variety of booths selling local fruits, gardening tools, handicraft and clothing. For details, visit http://facebook.com/tamanwarisanpertanian
Today is World Autism Day. So, the Early Autism Project Malaysia, a centre for early intervention is holding a community outreach event in Cheras to educate the public on Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Visitors will get to participate in arts and crafts activities, games and listen to the latest findings on autism by visiting US based Psychologist Dr Nan Huai from the Wisconsin Early Autism Project. For details, visit www.autismmalaysia.com or call 03- 2094 0421.