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    Be the change
    September 13, Corporation Ground (Adyar)
    Call out to those who wish to support the rights of children living in shelter homes, who face a range of problems from malnutrition to discrimination. Make A Difference (MAD) is organising Back-A-Thon campaign, where the campaigners along with the public will walk backwards to signify these children’s backward position in society. At Corporation Ground near MGR Janaki College, from 3 pm onwards. Details: 9789067574

    Strength within
    Today, InKo Centre
    InKo Centre brings its second edition of Heart of Matter, a series of lectures that touches upon topics like holistic living, philosophy, art and culture. Titled Re-defining Identity, this lecture by Surekha Kothari (professional practitioner of hypnotherapy and reiki) will talk about the inner potential that can drive one to become an agent of change. Free entry. From 5 pm to 7 pm.
    Details: 24361224

    Vroom ahead
    September 13, Express Avenue
    Chennai Live invites driving enthusiasts to participate in Fortune on Wheels, a car rally that will start at Express Avenue. Participants will stay tuned to Chennai Live 104.8 FM in their cars, and will receive clues that will lead them from one famous landmark to another before reaching the the final destination at Godrej Palm Grove in Chembarabakkam. The first person reaching the spot will win a cash prize of Rs 1,00,000. Participants must bring their own cars. At 8 am. Call on 42421048 or send an SMS to 56060 (name space car rally) to register for the rally.

    Grandparents’ day out
    Till September 13, Toni & Guy outlets
    Celebrate Grandparents’ Day by taking them to the nearest Toni & Guy outlet for a foot reflexology or pedicure. If you avail either of
    the services for yourself, your grandparent will get the same
    service free of cost. Rs 250 onwards.
    Details: 245000028

    Fruit basket
    September 12, Hippocampus
    Get Fruity organised by Hippocampus for children aged between three and eight, will talk about how fruits like mango, apple and pineapple got their names. Asha Sampath, Kavitha Thyagarajan and Aparna Subramanian will narrate fables and folktales revolving around fruits. At Adyar, from 11 am. Registration fee Rs 150. Details: 24433544

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