Friday, November 13, 2009
Tête-à-tête with legacy concludes at Glass Palace
Thousands throng heritage and legacy fest at Glass Palace, final results on Nov 7
Legacy and heritage fest gets whopping response
Chandigarh, November 1
Our culture, our heritage fest of Glass Palace witnessed footfalls in thousands with young enthusiasts thronging the venue to be a part of three days fest that concluded today.
The third annual event of Glass Palace had children from different age groups participating in events aimed to hone their talent as well as introduce them to the milieu of our rich culture and heritage.
Children in the age group of 5 to 15 years competed for different events including face painting competition, drawing competition, classical and folk singing competition and classical and folk dance contest.
Judges are having a tough time selecting the best entries from thousands of them. The results for all categories would be announced on November 7 at Bal Bhawan. All winners would be awarded at the venue for their hard work depicting in-depth knowledge of culture.
All the participants would also be awarded participation certificates and winners would be adorned with trophies, medals and certificates. A trophy would be awarded to best school based on overall performance of participating students.
The director of Glass House, Ajay Gupta appreciated the efforts put in by participating children, their parents and staff members in making event a success.