I love the TV programme CRAFT aired on ABC channel at 6 o'clock in the evening every day. I am fond of it because they show how to make attractive items with the help of various throw-away things. I have learnt to make unique decorative objects with discarded items such as old newspapers and plastic objects. The timing of the programme is favourable and convenient for me because my studies do not get affected.
Once they had shown how to make a toy castle with plastic bottles. I liked the idea very much and attempted to make one. I ultimately succeeded and every one praised my efforts. CRAFT has now become my favourite TV show. I learn so many things from it and try to make them myself. Sometimes my work is not as neat as the person on the show but I keep trying my best. I am sure one day I will specialize in junk-art and my artwork would occupy prime places. I will also hold exhibitions for children and workshops for those who are interested. My parents say it is good to dream but you must also find ways to execute your dreams. They always encourage me no matter what I create out of the trash bin.
My mother, who is interested in crafts, is also happy and often joins me. She is of the opinion that this programme can help me to become more and more imaginative. I keep looking around for waste materials for my artistic endeavour. I love this show and do not miss even a single episode.
7PM Break-Outs: Children’s Movie & Source Discussion
Soup & Sources is a fun multi-generational program where we gather together for a social dinner and then learn together about the Sources. We will be eating together and sharing some multi-generational activities together, followed by breakouts based on those who would prefer to play and those who would prefer to have a discussion of this month’s Source.
Soup and Pizza will be provided (If you like making soup, let me know.) We will have soup, pizza, and salad (please email if you have special food needs.) We will have activities as you arrive to help meet each other, during the meal (small groups to eat together,) and following the meal. The program is for all ages – kid and adult friendly!
THIS MONTH: We are exploring the Fifth Source. The fifth source calls us to draw on Humanist teachings which counsel us to heed the guidance of reason and the results of science, and warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit. For this reason, this month’s theme is Truth.
What to bring: Yourselves! If you feel inspired, you can bring a sweet dessert to share, but this is intended as a free event.
Please RSVP to dreHeather@uufom.org by Sunday March 11, so we can know how much soup or pizza to order.