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City Hall: If Walls Could Talk

Sep 1, 2019 @ 10:00 am - Aug 29, 2021 @ 7:00 pm

City Hall, formerly known as Municipal Building, has had a rich and colourful history since its completion in 1929. In conjunction with the Singapore Bicentennial commemoration in 2019, National Gallery Singapore presents City Hall: If Walls Could Talk. Through an immersive multimedia experience, the exhibition tells the lesser-known stories of pivotal moments that occurred within the walls of this grand dame across its history. Held in the heart of the building at City Hall Chamber, visitors will get a front…

Adventures in Food Wonderland

Dec 9, 2019 @ 10:00 am - Dec 31, 2020 @ 10:00 pm

Get to know Ang Ku Kueh Girl® and her friends, who are inspired by popular snacks in Singapore - in an all-new digital projection light show at ION Sky. An alien invasion disrupts their blissful lives in Food Wonderland! Follow these foodie friends on an exhilarating and flavourful adventure as they gear up for battle to protect all that they hold dear. Spot local delights including nasi lemak, roti prata that can be found in eateries at ION Orchard and…

#SmallBigDreamersAtHome by the National Gallery Singapore

Jun 1, 2020 - Mar 28, 2021

National Gallery Singapore’s biennial children’s festival, ​Small Big Dreamers​, returns for its second edition with a digital twist. #SmallBigDreamersAtHome is the first online art festival in Singapore that serves up a series of fun and engaging activities for children aged six to 12, featuring interactive games, and easy-to-follow, hands-on activities. Children’s adventures take place on the new ​#SmallBigDreamersAtHome interactive site​, inspired by the art of five artists in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The artworks were selected by children through a…

SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture

Wed Aug 26 @ 10:00 am - Thu Dec 31 @ 8:00 pm

Enjoy a fun family day out to discover what makes our Chinese culture so special. Gather around for an immersive virtual feast of tasty local dishes, find out how our dialect groups influenced Mandarin and English, or challenge your kids to a showdown of who can make the most cups of kopi or teh! Use our special interactive wristbands to vote for your favourite dishes, play games, and learn more about our distinctive Chinese Singaporean identity! Open from 2pm –…

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival (Digital Edition)

Mon Sep 14 - Sun Oct 11

The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall's Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival (Digital Edition) takes place online from 14 September to 11 October this year, and will feature well-loved family-friendly programmes that spotlight Mid-Autumn customs and cultural heritage, as well as an outdoor installation featuring four large roly-poly fish lanterns! The Hall is open for visits in Phase Two, so mask up and come on down to learn more about Mid-Autumn Festival. Look out for these highlights of this year’s celebrations, and take…

Halloween at Universal Studios Singapore: Minion Monsters Tricky Treats

Thu Sep 17 @ 12:00 pm - Sun Nov 1 @ 9:00 pm

A top favourite that debuted last year, Minion Monsters Tricky Treats returns to Universal Studios Singapore with FrankenBob, Stuart Mummy, and Kevin Dracula taking centre stage with their eye-catching costumes. Fans of Illumination’s irresistibly mischievous Minion Monsters will be able to commemorate the trio’s once-a-year appearance with lots of wefies. Embark on a trick-or-treat adventure around the park and enjoy a series of meet-and-greet experiences with popular characters from iconic movies including classic Universal Monsters: Dracula, Frankenstein and Bride of…

Every Body Plays a Part

Sep 18, 2020 - Sep 14, 2021

Want to find out more about Singapore's past experiences with infectious diseases, and how lessons learnt from them are being used to manage the COVID-19 pandemic? Learn more in Every Body Plays a Part: A Showcase of Public Health Crises and Responses in Singapore by the National Museum of Singapore. This online showcase provides insights into Singapore’s past experiences with infectious diseases and public health issues and observes how some of these measures are still undertaken to manage the COVID-19 pandemic today.…

Match For Life (MFL 2020) by the Bone Marrow Donor Programme

Sat Sep 19 - Sat Oct 10

On a single day, six Singaporeans of any age are diagnosed with a terminal blood-related disease such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. For many of these patients, it is necessary to undergo a bone marrow or stem cell transplant in order to survive these blood diseases. Sometimes, direct family members may not be a match. The Bone Marrow Donor Programme (BMDP) first launched ‘Match For Life’ (MFL) in 2019 with the aim to raise awareness for blood related diseases by…

Dive into the Deep Boo Sea at S.E.A. Aquarium

Sat Sep 19 @ 10:00 am - Sun Nov 1 @ 5:00 pm

This Halloween, scares come from the deep as S.E.A. Aquarium dares you to take a plunge into the Deep Boo Sea. Meet some of nature’s scariest-looking marine animals and search for lost pearls in a fun treasure photo hunt. Families will come face-to-face with animals such as the Japanese warbonnet, recognised by the prominent Indian chieftain’s headdress-like cirri on top of its head, and the menacing wolf eel, known for its voracious appetite which can rival the mythical “werewolf”. Treasure…

aLife ‘Getting the Best Start to Life’ webinar

Fri Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

As a respected clinician and researcher, Prof Yap-Seng Chong has a profound interest in women’s health, early life before birth and the trajectories of health and development of children during their growing up years. Prof Yap-Seng Chong’s talk will touch on the Growing Up in Singapore Towards healthy Outcomes or GUSTO cohort study since its launch in 2009. The study delves into scientifically important insights based on factors influencing the health and development of children and their mothers in Singapore,…

Chinatown Festival: Online Lantern Painting Competition & Photo Competition

Sat Sep 26

This year’s Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival features a series of online activities so that Singaporeans young and old will be able to enjoy the Mid-Autumn Festival and its traditions in the comfort and safety of their homes. For families with young kids, they can participate in the Online Lantern Painting Competition (Facebook) and create their own lanterns from 6 printable lantern templates. There is also an ongoing Photo Competition that families can partake in. Online Lantern Painting Competition (Facebook) Closing date:…

Design Your Ultimate ‘Resilient Home’ Competition by BEEP Lab

Sat Sep 26 @ 10:00 am - Fri Oct 2 @ 3:00 pm

Design Your Ultimate 'Resilient Home' Competition by BEEP Lab  S$69.00 (S$179.00 for teams of 3) | Virtual event Sign up link:    Design Clinic 1: Architectural History 26 September 2020, Saturday | 10am - 11am This webinar aims to raise awareness, appreciation and action of how participants can play a participatory role in the evolution of their built environment and social communities. Participants will learn about the relevance of architecture’s saving nature in response to worldwide, problematic phenomena.  They…

e-Pets’ Day Out [FREE]

Sat Sep 26 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

In our fourth edition of e-Pets’ Day Out, hear from Jack Ho, one half of singing duo Jack & Rai, about how he takes care of his 13-year-old dog and how his pet has changed over the years. Also, find out what goes behind the scenes at Guinea Pig Rescue Singapore when they rescue and rehome these adorable critters. If you have any questions about your pet, you can also chat with our veterinarian live! e-Pets’ Day Out is hosted…

ArchiCraft: Gouache Workshop

Sun Sep 27 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

ArchiCraft: Gouache Workshop  by SUTDIO 27 September 2020, Sunday  10am - 1pm | $30 per person | Virtual event  Sign up link:  This workshop will shine a spotlight on the basic techniques that help to paint landscapes in Gouache. Participants will get to try out the unique properties of Gouache medium, color mixing and brush handling methods. The instructor will demonstrate on painting a landscape, after which the participants will be guided to paint a simple landscape in Gouache.…

ArchiCraft: DIY Tensegrity Structures 

Sun Sep 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

ArchiCraft: DIY Tensegrity Structures  by SUTDIO 27 September 2020, Sunday  2pm - 4.30pm | $33 per person  Sign up link:   Venue: Edible Garden City, Event Hall (60 Jalan Penjara, Singapore 149375) Limited capacity with safe distancing in place.   Human bodies, the Georgia dome and the Singapore flyer all benefit from the flexibility, toughness, and efficiency of tensegrity structures. Made from a combination of the words tension and integrity, the word tensegrity is used to describe structures that are…

Archifest 2020 SP x SUTD Forum – Biomimesis in the Age of Climate Change

Fri Oct 2 @ 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Archifest 2020 SP x SUTD Forum - Biomimesis in the Age of Climate Change 2 October 2020, Friday  3.30pm - 6pm | Free | Virtual event  Sign up link:    “If a house were a thing made by nature…” - Aristotle   The Forum first reviews selected histories and philosophies of biomimesis, leading to fresh views in the approach and translation of nature as design in the age of Climate Change. This enquiry has recently been delved into through…

Ride For Rainbows 2020 Virtual Ride Event

Sat Oct 3 - Sun Oct 11

Ride for Rainbows 2020, Singapore’s largest charity cycling event, has been converted into a virtual ride happening from 3 to 11 October. Presented by Club Rainbow (Singapore), the ninth edition of Ride for Rainbows aims to raise $700,000 for the non-profit organisation which raises funds to empower children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses. Ride for Rainbows 2020 presents two non-competitive cycling categories that are 20km and 70km in distances. Participants can ride anytime, anywhere during the participating period, and on…

KNOCKNOCK: Conversation 

Sat Oct 3 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

KNOCKNOCK: Conversation  by Shophouse & Co. 3 October 2020, Saturday  10am - 11am | Free | Virtual event  Sign up link:    Shophouse & Co invites you to participate in an interactive virtual conversation to share, discuss and innovate how we build relationships with our neighbours and become stronger communities!   Let’s chat about: - The importance of strong relationships with our neighbours - Activities that we can do with our neighbours - Resources & tools from the KNOCKNOCK:…

SP ArchiFab: Design Prototyping

Sat Oct 3 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

SP ArchiFab: Design Prototyping  by Singapore Polytechnic 3 October 2020, Saturday  3.30pm - 5.30pm | Free | Virtual event  Sign up link:     This year’s SP ArchiFab Workshop seeks to provide a very brief introduction for beginners on the design process of designers and how digital models are prepared for digital prototyping. Digital prototyping helps designers create complex structures to bespoke furniture. The software, Rhinoceros 6 will be used for this workshop. Participants will be given instructions on…

ArchiCraft: Digital Art and Architecture using LEGO Bricks

Sun Oct 4 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

ArchiCraft: Digital Art and Architecture using LEGO Bricks  by SUTDIO 4 October 2020, Sunday  1pm - 4.30pm | $38 per person | Virtual event  Sign up link: This workshop is centred on using LEGO bricks to create iconic architectural or cultural symbols that represent the Singapore identity. Participants will be taught on how to use the software to create virtual LEGO models, following which they will be given some time to independently work on a model of their choosing.…

KidsSTOP™ STEAM Festival for Young Learners

Thu Oct 8 - Sun Oct 11

Open to public on-ground from 8 to 11 October, and online from 9 to 11 October via timed sessions, the event aims to foster a better understanding of early childhood education as we embrace current methodologies and its transformation powered by STEAM. At the Centre, children, parents and educators are welcome to experience a sensory trail, science performances, STEAM-based workshops and hands-on activities, including a coding mission for young learners. Guests participating from the comfort of home can get their…

Da:ns Festival 2020

Mon Oct 12 - Sat Oct 31

This year's Da:ns Festival questions the lives we lead, and have been leading, since COVID-19 swept across the world. Hence there are programmes that are introspective and inquisitive, so as to evoke meaning and provoke thought: Ming Poon (Singapore, Germany) with The Intervention of Loneliness (Lockdown Edition)legendary street dance quartet, s**t kingz (Japan) with The Escape Game, a specially commissioned work which traces a thrilling journey of escape and imagination Pichet Klunchun's (Thailand) The Intermission of No. 60, on the future possibilities of classical Thai…

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale

Thu Oct 15 - Sun Oct 18

More than just a book sale, the world’s biggest book sale The Big Bad Wolf is a global reading advocacy. Passionate founders Andrew Yap and Jacqueline Ng understand the demand for accessible and affordable books. Their goal was simple; to make books accessible to EVERYONE! The Big Bad Wolf believes in creating a love for reading, inspiring people to chase their dreams and empower everyone with knowledge. In 2019, Big Bad Wolf toured 33 book sale across 10 countries and…

UNTAME: Beyond Boundaries

Mon Oct 19 - Sun Nov 29

Presenting UNTAME: Beyond Boundaries. Every day, people are using science, technology, engineering and mathematics to break technological, geographical, cultural, content and social boundaries. Get a feel of how this is done at UNTAME: Beyond Boundaries, an inaugural STEM-themed virtual experience by SCS. Facilitated through a gamified approach, step into a virtual arena to be part of hands-on, exploratory quests to explore the realms of Space, Mind and Food. Gain points in the process, and compete and collaborate with friends to…

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