It’s shaping up to be a busy, busy weekend! Whether it’s a spot of festive shopping to prepare for the coming Chinese New Year, a morning out amidst nature or just good ol’ fashioned play time, one thing’s for sure – you won’t be bored!
19 to 22 Jan, 12 pm to 9 pm
It’s all-out fun at this CNY-themed carnival! Slide down a 9-metre high rooster slide, bounce through an inflatable obstacle course, learn about Lunar New Year traditions, take part in parent-child craft workshops and more. Details.
21 to 22 Jan, 10 am to 6 pm
Goodman Arts Centre
It’s a day of artistic adventures, as artists put on performances, workshops and visual arts demonstrations. There’s also an art and craft flea market where you can pick up some wonderful pre-loved collectibles and other great finds. Learn more.
21 Jan, 9 am to 3 pm
HortPark’s signature event returns with gardening and lifestyle activities for the whole family. Learn how to make pressed flower bookmarks, go on a garden walk or enjoy the gardening and food bazaar. More info.
21 Jan, 2 pm to 6 pm
Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity
As part of Singapore Art Week, Playeum is celebrating stories through hands-on interactive installations, storytelling sessions and other activities. Free admission. Find out more.
20 to 22 Jan, 9 am to 9 pm
Want to update your book collection? Be sure to check out this mega sale by the bookstore chain, where you can score bargains at up to 80% off regular prices. There are even appearances by kid-fave Geronimo Stilton.
6 to 27 Jan, 6 pm to 10:30 pm
CNY preps just don’t feel complete without a visit to this annual street market. Load up on delicacies, decorative items, clothing and more, or just enjoy the festive buzz. Whichever way, this is unmissable.
22 Jan, 8 am to 12 pm
Civic District Area
Experience the CBD and Civic District in a whole new way at this event that aims to promote a car-lite Singapore. There are educational trails to go on, as well as a Kids’ Zone with hands-on craft activities and bouncy castles. More info.
19 to 22 Jan
See bestselling British author Julia Donaldson bring her stories and songs to life as she and her cast of five act them out on stage. Recommended for kids age four and above. Details.