Toddycats Engage! (exhibition team) 2nd training session Thurs 10 Nov 2011: 6.30pm

Toddycats Engage! Exhibition Team is back in action again! Previously, you might have caught our enthusiastic guides at the Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III. This Saturday, 12th November, our team will be engaging the public at the upcoming carnival-styled opening of the Yishun Pond organised by Khoo Teck Puat Hospital on Sat 12 Nov 2011! It will be a fun-filled day from 8am to 2pm, you can check out the exciting line-up of events here.

Toddycats will be showcasing local aquatic biodiversity featuring the baby dugong, otter and dolphin skulls. Hence, in preparation for this event, there will be a briefing and training session on Thursday, 10 Nov 2011: 6.30pm @ DBS Lab 7 [Block S2, Level 3], you can check this map for directions. It will be a time to get to know other volunteers and also to share stories on the animals with each other! We had a previous training session, you can check out what we did.
We will be having two shifts on Sat 12 Nov 2011 –
  • 0730 – 1000 Shift 1 (including booth set up)
  • 1000 – 1400 Shift 2 (including booth pack up)

Don’t worry about not knowing enough facts, we just need people with the passion for nature and to share stories with the public! We definitely need passionate people to come down and help especially for Shift 1 (perfect if you are an early-riser!). If you are interested, please sign up with this form-

Tze Kwan and I hope to see more new faces this Thursday and Saturday! Have a good week ahead everyone!


One response to “Toddycats Engage! (exhibition team) 2nd training session Thurs 10 Nov 2011: 6.30pm

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