A unit of activities for ages 2-18, centered around Lord Caitanya’s Appearance Day

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By Urmila Devi Dasi

Please accept my obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada!

Here is a unit of activities for ages 2-18, centered around Lord Caitanya’s Appearance Day.

It’s designed for parents who homeschool, or who have their children in non-devotee school and want to do something in the mornings, afternoons, or weekends.

It can be used by devotee schools, once-a-week programs, or the festival coordinator who wants to do something special for the children for Gaura Purnima.

This is a first printing, and all comments and suggestions for improvement are welcome. We hope to produce many more of this, and with much expanded resources.

Your servant, Urmila devi dasi

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