The mid-year exams might be round the corner, but everyone needs a break from the books now and then. Step out for a breather this weekend with these relaxing, no-stress activities.
1. Little Day Outing to Genius R Us: Mother’s Day Bake ‘n’ Bond
6 May, 2 pm to 4 pm
Genius R Us City Square Mall Studio
Celebrate Mother’s Day in a meaningful way with some quality time spent together. Learn how to make cake push-pops as a team at this fun and cosy baking workshop. Get your tickets here.
2. PLAYtime! 2018 Bunny Finds the Right Stuff
4 to 18 May
Theatre Studio, Esplanade
Little ones can experience the magic of theatre at this immersive production that’s packed with music and interactive fun. Adapted from the award-winning children’s book, this story of friendship and love is sure to give you the warm fuzzies. Learn more.
3. Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time
6 May to 26 Aug, 10 am to 7 pm
Singapore Art Museum
In this edition of the musuem’s annual family-friendly exhibition, visitors are invited to explore what time and space mean in different cultures through immersive and interactive artworks. Find out more.
4. Weekends at The Artground
5 & 6 May, 10:30 am to 5 pm
Enjoy the gallery’s free interactive play-space, Rolling@TAG, or sign up for one of the many craft and storytelling programmes on offer, whether it’s making fluffy slime or hearing the fairytales of Hans Christian Anderson. More info.
5. Poland Shiok! In the Garden
6 May, 3 pm to 9 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Presented by the Polish Embassy and BottlesXO, this celebration in the park lets you enjoy a relaxing picnic and Polish cocktails to music conducted by The Chamber Orchestra. There’s also a Kids Corner with games and activities for the little ones. Details.
Till 13 May, 9 am to 9 pm
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Be transported to a picturesque wonderland, where tulips grow out from roofs and cupcakes and gentle giants snooze amongst the blooms. Find out more.
7. The More We Get Together: Singapore’s Playgrounds 1930 – 2030
Till 30 Sept, 10 am to 7 pm
Explore the forms, meanings and special place that playgrounds occupy in our past, present and future at this exhibition. You can even contribute your ideas for the building of the National Museum’s own playground! Learn more.