Check out our list of fun-filled family activities that are happening during the week of 1-7 August!
Before you know it, we're already welcoming the 8th month of the year. Time to hang the Singapore flag out on your window and celebrate all things Singaporean. Here are some of the best events that are happening this week. Don't miss out!
#1 The Three Little Pigs The Musical
Happening at the KC Arts Centre, this musical based on the ever popular children's tale is back in Singapore by popular demand. Watch how the three pigs battle the infamous big bad wolf, guaranteeing laughter for you and your kids. This musical also aims to teach the kids about how success can be achieved through hard work and perseverance.
Happening on: 4 Aug – 16 Sept
Venue: KC Arts Centre Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Rd, Singapore 239035
Link to more details: The Three Little Pigs The Musical
#2 PlayLAH! Let’s Celebrate!
PlayLAH is a fun-filled family event that consists of a multitude of workshops, activities, programs, festivals and more. There are four different zones in the event, the Play Zone, Eat Zone, Bond Zone, and Learn Zone. These zones are filled with exhibits and activities that include the Singaporean elements such as the Kampung Village at the Play Zone and food such as Mee Siam and Bandung at the Eat Zone. The exhibits at the Learn Zone include those from Singapore Discovery Centre and National Heritage board.
Happening on: 6 Aug – 9 Aug
Venue: Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150
Link to more details: PlayLAH! Let’s Celebrate!
#3 Singapore Science Festival Star Lecture – How to Survive in Space
Happening at the Mediacorp Caldecott Broadcast Centre, Dr Kevin Fong will be introducing kids to the amazing world of space medicine. The Singapore Science Festival consists of several interactive exhibitions that go on for 3 weeks. This week, kids will learn about how science, medicine and engineering work hand-in-hand. They'll also get to meet a real-life astronaut, that'll explain about rocket fuel, artificial gravity, space sickness and more.
Happening on: 2 Aug – 4 Aug
Venue: Mediacorp Caldecott Broadcast Centre`Andrew Road, Singapore 299939, Andrew Road, Singapore 299939
Link to more details: Singapore Science Festival Star Lecture – How to Survive in Space
#4 Swiss National Day Celebration
Celebrate a night full of everything Swiss. From a savoury Swiss food buffet, to a live performance by a swiss military band followed a traditional lantern walk and bonfire, this will be the only place in Singapore where you can truly enjoy a full Swiss experience. The dinner will also feature an alfresco style dining by the pool. Tickets are selling out fast so be quick!
Happening on: 6 Aug
Venue: Swiss National Day Celebration with The Swiss Club
Link to more details: Swiss National Day Celebration
#5 Heritage Food Talk & Cooking Demonstration
Aziza Ali, former chef, food consultant, business person, artist, jeweller, and author, will be hosting an interactive session where you can enjoy cooking demonstrations, and stories and tales about her past cooking journey as well as about the Malay food heritage and culture. Aziza is also known for being the first person to open the a Malay restaurant in Singapore, introducing the concept of Malay fine dining in this country.
Happening on: 6 Aug
Venue: National Library, 100 Victoria St, Level 5, Possibility Room & Courtyard, Singapore 188064
Link to more details: Heritage Food Talk & Cooking Demonstration
#6 ParentTown’s Ask The Expert session with Huey-Ruh Koo
ParentTown hosts ask the experts sessions online often and during these live stream sessions, mums and users can ask questions and experts, that can range from doctors to business women will answer them. On 4 Aug, expert Huey-Ruh Koo will be answering questions about the Do'a and Don'ts When Babywearing Your Child during a live streaming at 1pm. Log in or register can be done here. You can also start posting your questions now, or answer the rest by the other mums.
Mummies, which of these events are you most looking forward to? Share your thoughts with us!