The September school term break has started! To kickstart the the fun and festivities, we’ve picked out some of the most exciting events taking place this weekend. Check them out and have a great holiday ahead.
5 Sep, 9 am – 3 pm
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Celebrate the wildlife of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve with the inaugural Wow Wild West! series, which runs from 29 Aug to 19 Sep. This week, the spotlight is on the area’s resident and migratory birds. Talks, guided walks and other fun activities for kids are lined up. Find out more.
FLIPSIDE 2018: Puppets That Make Themselves, A Sound Playground and More - Discover What Is Coming up at the Esplanade
NURTURE A LOVE FOR MUSIC: Listening & Movement Activities You Can Do At Home
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Sign up for LEGO Robotics, Coding, Multi Activity Camps and More
BOND & BAKE: Go on a Little Day Outing to Genius R Us
4 to 27 Sep
Enjoy shopping rewards and fun-filled free workshops for juniors when you visit HarbourFront Centre this month. With ballet workshops, colouring sessions, doughnut-decorating, storytelling and art and craft activities lined up, you’d be spoilt for choice for activities. There’s even a kids’ talent competition. More information here.
3. Sentosa FunFest 2015
5 to 13 Sep
Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Head down to Siloso Beach for the Sentosa FunFest Mega Inflatable Beach Festival! There’s lots of splashy water fun to be had, from giant inflatable slides that will keep your adrenaline pumping to a Kiddy Foam Pool for tots. Food kiosks are on-site if you should get the munchies after all the acitivity. Click here for more details.
6 to 13 Sep
Act 3 Drama Academy, ONE-TWO-SIX Cairnhill Arts Centre
Two-year-olds can enjoy the fun of the theatre too, with this specially tailored workshop by Act 3 Drama Academy. Based on the hilarious children’s story, Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late, this encourages parents and their little ones to dramatise the mischevous pigeon and the kids trying to get it to sleep. Read more about it here.
5 to 6 Sep, 12-13 Sep
Held over two weekends this September, this event celebrates the joys of gardening and the passion and experience of Singapore’s gardeners through fun, engaging activities. There are pony rides, story-telling, sand art terrarium lessons, vegetable harvesting and much more in store.
6. Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine
22 Aug to 6 Sep
Ulu Pandan CC Theatrette
Roald Dahl’s well-loved story about a young boy who mixes up a fantastic concoction that turns out to have an extraordinary effect on his family’s fortunes comes to life in this production by the Players Theatre. This weekend is your last chance to catch the show before it ends its run. More details here.
5 to 6 Sep
OneKM Mall + More
26 Aug to 27 Sep
DBS Arts Centre, Robertson Quay
This all-time favourite book by Dr Seuss takes to the stage in this funny, witty play by Britain’s National Theatre, here faithfully reproduced by the SRT’s The Little Company. A highly entertaining lesson in grammar, syntax, phonics, morality and the human spirit. Click here for more information.
Opens 3 Sep
Embark on a cinematic adventure in search of lost treasure with Thomas the Tank Engine. Along the way, he encounters troubles but also meets new friends and together, they must find the treasure before retired seaman, Sailor John, makes off with it first.