Get your September school holidays off to a flying start this weekend which is chock-a-block with all kinds of exciting programmes ranging across arts, culture, science and technology.
8 Sept, 9 am to 6 pm
Enjoy a full day of fun, games and activities at this family carnival featuring a family bazaar, kids-run booths, role-playing programmes, trial classes and more. Details.
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7 to 8 Sept, 10 am to 9 pm
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
This annual festive gala has a wide range of offerings for young and old including an eye-popping outdoor art installation, Singapore’s first helium sky lantern event, a laser show, performances and assorted craft workshops. More info.
7 to 8 Sept
SOTA Drama Theatre
Based on the international bestseller and multi-award winning book series, this fantastical production about a treehouse that has everything is brimming with theatrical magic and imagination. Learn more.
Till 14 Sept
Discover the wonders of science at this annual celebration, which returns for its 19th edition this year bringing with it a science busking festival, magic-like demonstration shows and a spectacular presentation by the Royal Institution. More info.
7 to 8 Sept, 12 pm to 9 pm
Singapore National Stadium
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture at Singapore’s largest Natsu Matsuri event, featuring over 100 authentic Japanese stalls, a Pokemon Carnival, traditional arts performances and loads of other fun activities. Find out more.
Till 29 Dec
National Gallery Singapore
There’s a whole slate of great art programmes lined up for kids and families over the month of September, such as recycling and art workshops, and a mobile participatory performance. Details.
Till 15 Sept, 10 am to 6 pm
Indulge your tech-loving side with the themed activities at KidZania, including drone piloting, electric circuit creation and making your own YouTube video. Learn more.
Till 15 Sept
Feel the Force at Southeast Asia’s largest sand sculpting festival, where renowned sand artists have created awesome works depicting some of the most beloved characters and famous scenes from the films. More info.
7 Sept, 3 pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
Movie buffs, don’t miss this chance to hear soundtracks from some of the biggest hit films like E.T, Marvel Studios’ Avengers and Frozen performed by the Bukit Batok Community Club’s West Winds band. Find out more.