The year-end school holidays haven’t quite started yet, but the events calendar is already heating up with a slew of fun (and oftentimes educational) activities taking place this weekend. We show you some of the highlights.
3 to 12 Nov
Civic District and surrounding areas
The festival’s kid-friendly segment, SWF for Families, features a range of programmes from music and storytelling to creative writing and drama workshops. Learn more.
LEARN THROUGH PLAY: Reinforce Primary School Maths Concepts With Brainy Arkies
4 & 5 Nov
Victoria Concert Hall
Created by master puppeteer Victor Yerrid, this show sees Leopold the Leopard and his best friend, a talking tree, tell a grand tale based on the natural settings of Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony. More info.
Till 18 Mar 2018, 10 am to 6 pm
Science Centre Singapore
Discover how popular circus acts balance artistry and science in this exhibition which lets you get close to nearly 20 interactive displays, from acrobatic and high-wire walking to sword-swallowing and contortion. Find out more.
4 to 12 Nov
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Now into its seventh edition, this increasingly popular annual festival celebrates various aspects of Chinese art, literature, culture and history. Visitors can look forward to workshops, live performances, carnival games, storytelling and more. Details.
4 to 5 Nov, 10 am to 9 pm
Singapore Sports Hub
To mark its 25th anniversary, Touch Community Services has organised this celebration carnival which aims to develop family bonds while giving back to society. Proceeds and donations will go towards improving the lives of Touch’s 28,000 beneficiaries. More info.
Till 8 Dec
KC Arts Centre
This musical adventure about a fearful little chicken who plucks up the courage to try and save her fellow farmyard animals from the falling sky will enthrall and entertain with its infectious charm and toe-tapping tunes. Learn more.
4 to 5 Nov, 10 am to 6 pm
Aiming to foster a love for learning in kids, this educational festival features a host of games and activities that build up their learning ability, encourage creativity and develop digital skills. There are also fun challenges that families can take part in together. Find out more.
4 to 5 Nov, 6 pm to 9 pm
Missed out on Halloween fun last weekend or looking to add to your stash of treats? This trick-or-treats game features five themed rooms to go through and exciting puzzles and riddles to solve along the way. Learn more.