The second Festival of Biodiversity organised by NParks in conjunction with the Biodiversity Roundtable will be held at Vivocity on 13th & 14th July 2013.
These informal sharing sessions are an important exercise in public education and a great way for Toddycats to come into contact fellow Singaporeans. This has been a tradition for us since Museum Fest 2002.
We have always worked hard to ensure a decent crew of volunteers at exhibitions. This way we present enthusiastic and fresh faces to the public!
It will be an exhilarating time for both the guides and pour visitors, and we talk until hoarse so the constant shift changes ensure our front line is always energetic and ready for action!
We are a little short-handed in the evenings as well as the early morning setup on Saturday, so Toddycats Coordinator Joelle Lai who is managing this event will continue working hard at recruitment!
If you can join us for a four hour shift during the weekend, sign up here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our biology alumni are welcome too – it won’t be difficult to catch up with content and guiding techniques to share your passion with the public that day!
For the undergraduates and newbies, we are conducting a training session on Sat 6th July to prepare the crew for showtime the following week.
These may be some of the most important conversations we’ll have with our fellow Singaporeans, amidst the hustle and bustle of Vivocity!