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Dear parents,

The Wesak children’s Sil programme (6th of May 8.30 am -12.30 pm) venue has changed to ATHELSTONE PRIMARY SCHOOL (No. 8 Brookside Road, Athelstone SA 5076) SAME TIME TOMORROW due to parking restrictions imposed by the Adelaie Hills Council on the Crafers temple until the carpark constructions are completed.

There will be no Sunday School lessons on the 7th May 2023. Lessons will resume on the 14th of May.

Ayya Santacharini bikkuni and other four monks will conduct the Sil programme mostly in English medium.

Please note:

*Pick up time strictly 1:30 p.m from the ATHELSTONE PRIMARY SCHOOL.

*Dress code for girls is lama saree and for boys is national dress (fully white)
uthuru saluwa and pathkada.

*Children with nut allergies MUST be accompanied by their parents when food is being served as teachers are unable to check all kids plates individually.

*Please bring $10.00 for pirikara and your own water bottles.

*From 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. children will be practicing Bakthi Geetha for the Poson poya day.

*Please DON’T BRING Wesak kuudu to be displayed on the day DUE TO THE CHANGE OF VENUE. You can hang them at the temple when you go to the temple on another day.

*Please bring flowers, tea light candles and incense sticks to offer the Buddha statue.

The school has informed that we need to respect the neighbours, maintain the noise to the minimum and not park your cars obstructing neighbours’ driveways.

On behalf of the school, I apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope you understand the limited facilities we have at school in terms of organising the dana at school.

Please spread the message about this change of venue to your friends as much as you can to avoid travel to the temple tomorrow morning.

We hope all the children will participate for this meritorious deed to celebrate Budu themagula.

Theruwan saranai!

Niluka Hattotuwa

Sinhala Buddhist School

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