6 Things To Do This Weekend (27 & 28 June 2020)

6 Things To Do This Weekend (27 & 28 June 2020)
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As Singapore enters the second weekend of post-Circuit Breaker Phase 2, you may be wondering what to do over the weekend of 27 and 28 June 2020. Here are some family-friendly ideas for the weekend.

What’s On this Weekend, 27 & 28 June 2020


1. SAFRA Punggol Weekend Fun (StayHome Edition Part II)

SAFRA Punggol Weekend Fun (StayHome Edition Part II): Cake Pops, Magic Tricks & Pororo Plushies To Be Won

Join SAFRA Punggol live on Facebook for Part Two of Weekend Fun on Saturday, 27 June 2020. From 9 am to 1 pm, enjoy fun bonding activities, from fitness to food, dance moves and more. Make cute cupcake toppers and cake pops and watch a magic show by Mr. Bottles. There are also Pororo toys and books to be won at SAFRA Punggol Weekend Fun (StayHome Edition Part II). Tune in on SAFRA Punggol’s Facebook Page.


2. Amazon Singapore’s #TheAmazingBabies Contest

Amazon Baby ProductsWant to stand a chance to win an Amazon Singapore mystery box worth up to $600? Simply make a wish list and share it on Nurul Aini’s Instagram post before 9 July 2020 to be in the running. Get the full details, including steps on how to make a wish list, here.


3. e-Pets’ Day Out

e-Pets’ Day Out - Things to do this weekend 27 and 28 June 2020
Image: Causes for Dogs

NParks is having its first digital edition of Pets’ Day Out this Saturday, 27 June, 3 pm to 5 pm. Join Animal Welfare Groups like the Cat Welfare Society (CWS), Causes for Animals Singapore (CAS), Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter (OSCAS) and SOSD Singapore as they showcase some loveable animals looking for ‘fur-ever’ homes! There will also be a live chat with a vet and fun packs with goodies for fur friends to be won. e-Pets’ Day out will take place at the AnimalBuzzSG Facebook page.


4. Fort Siloso

Fort Siloso

The outdoor areas of Fort Siloso at Sentosa reopened on 22 June 2020. Take a walk amongst the historic buildings at the fort and explore Singapore’s only preserved coastal fort leftover from the colonial era.


5. Tampines Eco Green

Tampines Eco Green

Explore an off-the-beaten path park in the East of Singapore. Tampines Eco Green offers back-to-nature vibes and a chance to trek around a landscape made up of secondary forests, wetlands and vegetated swales.


6. Enter a Colouring Contest with Prizes to be Won

Super Hero Mask

This year, SAFRA Lil’ Stars 2020 has a visual art category. Kids can colour or draw on a colouring template to show how their superhero is keeping Singapore safe and submit their entry online. There are attractive prizes to be won. Kids can either take part in individual categories or there is a Families for Life category too. Get the details here.


Stay Safe

If you are planning to venture out this weekend, do remember to wear a mask and observe all safe distancing measures. If not, stay in with Little Day Out and our collection of stay-at-home ideas.