ILP Youth Group is organizing its 4th ILP Youth Talent Show Contest 2020 to raise funds for libraries for schools in remote parts of rural India. The students are targeting to have various dance and music teams participate in the contest and spread awareness to many more people during this outreach campaign.
Registration is now open. Register your team here.
Online ticketing is open!
If you would like to attend the event please buy your tickets here. Tickets will be sold on a first come-first serve basis. No tickets will be sold at the venue. Every guests in the audience MUST buy tickets. Kids 3 and above need full priced ticket.
Please read the ticketing, photography, and video policies (FAQ) here!
When: April 11th (Saturday)
Time: 3.30 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.
Where: Garden House Shoup Park, 400 University Avenue, Los Altos, CA 94022
Eligibility: Ages 5 to 17
Team Size: minimum 2 & maximum 10
Registration Fee: FREE.
Rules and guidelines for Talent Show is here.
Registration is now Open. Online Ticketing is now Open.
Entry Fee: $7.00 for parents and friends to watch the show. Kids 3 and above need full priced ticket.
Ticketing Information: Every guests in the audience MUST buy tickets.
Please read the ticketing, photography, and video policies (FAQ) here! No refunds.
Trophies for winners based on their respective category based on the number of registrations received. Certificates for all participants and medals for all participants of the winning team. Apart from the above prizes there will be an additional “2020 Talent Show grand prize” trophy called popular choice award for the team that gets the maximum vote via an audience poll.
All registrations and online ticketing go towards sponsoring Science Kits in schools around Karnataka, Andhra, and Tamil Nadu, as part of India Literacy Project’s “School as a Multi Dimensional Learning Space” initiative that strives to enable excellent quality of education for the children. For more information please visit the MDLS Project.
The funds raised will not only go toward building and distributing localized science kits but also toward ILP’s ongoing project of setting up child friendly active libraries to increase reading skills throughout the primary and secondary schools.
The science kit contains experiments that are mapped to concepts being covered in state syllabus for 5th to 10th grade. More than 150+ experiments can be done using the kit. The kit focuses not just on the experiment, but more importantly understand the concepts behind them. They help children, not just question why, but also question why not. The cost of each science kit is $20.
Each Library kit consists of a set of books with bookshelves and includes local language and dual language stories and the cost for these library kits range from $400 to $500.
Cannot participate? No worries! Donate for the science lab kit & library kit and give the gift of Education today.