Weekend Picks: 21 to 22 November 2015

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The school holidays are here! Looking for places to bring the kids out to this weekend? We’ve got you covered with our selection of places to go and things to do this first weekend of the year-end school holidays!

1. The Enormous Turnip

Opened on 17 Nov
SOTA Drama Theatre

The story of a tiny mouse and an enormous turnip takes to the stage in I Theatre’s latest show, The Enormous Turnip. Expect a fun and interactive time as Diggory the Gardener dreams of winning a prize for his vegetables. Take a look behind the scenes at The Enormous Turnip here. Get the The Enormous Turnip Printables – Fun Activity Pack and more from Little Day Out Shop too!

Enormous Turnip

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2. Dine Out for 3 Generations

Till 22 Nov
Various restaurants

Celebrate family by taking out your parents for a meal and bring your kids along to let them dine with their grandparents. Enjoy special dining discounts in the Dine Out for 3 Gen promotion organised by reservations.sg.

Dine Out

3. Singapore Media Academy Open House for Kids

22 Nov, 10 am to 4 pm
Singapore Media Academy, Riverside Point

Head down to Singapore Media Academy’s open house for a day of activities and trial classes for the kids. There will also be talks for parents and experience fun at the photo booth and green screen.

Open House

4. Treasure Island

30 Oct to 13 Dec, various timings
DBS Arts Centre, Home of SRT

The SRT’s The Little Company presents the tale of Jim Hawkins, a lion-hearted 13-year-old girl who goes on the hunt for hidden treasure after being given a map by an old seaman. Based on the much-loved children’s classic novel, this action-packed musical about friendship and trust will have you on the edge of your seat.

Treasure Island

5. Outdoor SpongeBob Playland

20 Nov to 3 Jan

City Green in front of City Square Mall becomes the underwater world of SpongeBob SquarePants with an inflatable super bouncer,  mini-games and SpongeBob’s Pineapple House.

6. Pororo Park Singapore

Marina Square

Southeast Asia’s first Pororo-themed indoor play park is now at Marina Square’s new retail wing. Hop aboard a kiddie train ride called the Pororo Express, dive into a Shark Ball Pool and climb into Poby the Polar Bear’s Jungle Gym. More details here.

Pororo Express

7. Wan Qing Culturefest 2015

21 Nov to 5 Dec
Sun Yat Sent Nanyang Memorial Hall

Enjoy performances by local artists, craft demonstrations and view a new exhibition about Balestier at the Wan Qing Culturefest 2015 which opens this weekend. Find out more.

8. Christmas Toyland Floral Display

Opens 21 Nov
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

A new Christmas Toyland floral display gets launched this weekend at Gardens by the Bay’s Flower Dome. See festive favourites like the poinsettia and holly together with a 11-metre Christmas Pyramid. This weekend, there will also be storytelling by Players Theatre, along with music and dance performances. Find out more.

Christmas Toyland

9. Baby Baby 2015

20 to 22 Nov
Singapore Expo Hall 6B

Shop for baby this weekend at the Baby Baby fair at Singapore Expo. Find out more.

Get Little Day Out’s Year-end School Holiday Guide 2015 for more ideas on what to do this holiday!

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