As we’re approaching the end of the most patriotic month of the year, let’s welcome yet another article for the best events that are happening in Singapore for the whole of this week. From picnics to online parenting shows, here are the best!
#1 Science Centre Singapore: Picnic under the Planets
Grab your family and head down to the Science Centre Singapore for a one of a kind picnic which will probably won’t happen again until a very long time. Through this night picnic, you can your family can witness two planets: Venus and Jupiter come close together in a telescopic view. You will also enjoy the several other fun stuff there including a photo booth as well as show-and-tell performances by the winners of our Science Buskers Festival.
Happening on: till 27 August
Venue: Science Centre Singapore
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Happening on: Ongoing
Venue: The Grandstand
#3 Annie the Musical
Annie the Musical will be returning to the Marina Bay Sands this August where fans and families can come and watch the stunning, well-loved masterpiece that was inspired by a famous 1924 New York Daily News comic strip: Little Orphan Annie. Sit back and enjoy the theatrical musical scores such as “Maybe”, “It’s the Hard Knock Life”, and “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile”. Tickets will be available here from $65 onwards.
Happening on: till 4 Sept
Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Link to more details: Annie the Musical
#4 Healthy Mummy, Healthy Baby seminar
This 28 August, head down to Orchard Central for a seminar perfect for new mummies and mummies-to-be! There will be talks and sharing sessions on breastfeeding, preparation before pregnancy and transition after pregnancy and benefits of the umbilical cord. Organised by Singapore’s first and only mother and baby wellness centre, Beauty.Mums & Babies, this seminar will also feature their brand new ambassador, local celebrity mum Kate Pang. Fees will be $10 per person and $15 per couple.
Happening on: 28 August
Venue: 10Square Orchard Central , 181 Orchard Road, #10-01, Singapore 238896
Link to more details: Healthy Mummy, Healthy Baby seminar
#5 Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations 2016
The festival of colourful lanterns and mooncakes is back again and there’s no better place in Singapore to celebrate than at Chinatown. Be marvelled at the myriad of colourful LED lantern displays and several other festival activities such as the Festive Bazaar & Carnival and Lantern Painting Competition. There will also be heritage trail and tours and also, the famous Mass Lantern Walk. The event will be happening on the weekends from 28 Aug up until 30 Sep and festival itinerary varies.
Happening on: 28 Aug – 30 Sep
Venue: Chinatown, Singapore
Link to more details: Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations 2016
#6 theAsianparent Community’s Ask The Expert session with Dr. Irene Chua and Dr. Johnathan Wee
theAsianparent Community 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 23 Aug at 8:30pm, experts Dr. Irene Chua and Dr. Johnathan Wee will be answering any questions related to Confinement Practices. Login or registration can be done here. You can also start posting your questions now, or answer the rest by the other mums.
Happening on: 23 Aug, 8:30pm
Link to more details: theAsianparent Community’s Ask The Expert session with Dr. Irene Chua and Dr. Johnathan Wee
#7 theAsianparent Community’s Ask The Expert session with Dr Henry Toi
theAsianparent Community 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 25 Aug at 8:30pm, expert Dr Henry Toi from Global Eduhub will be answering any questions related to the topic:Building Positive Thinking Habits In Young Children. Login or registration can be done here. You can also start posting your questions now, or answer the rest by the other mums.
Happening on: 25 Aug, 8:30pm
Link to more details: theAsianparent Community’s Ask The Expert session with Dr Henry Toi
Mummies, what exciting plans do you have for this week? Share them with us!