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Support local makers
Head down to East Coast Park this weekend and check out a lifestyle market featuring locally made crafts. There’ll be chalk art, workshops and other activities to keep your kids occupied.
14 & 15 April 2018, 11am – 8pm, East Coast Park. Parkland Green. For more information, click here.
Explore movement in art
Learn how local artists depict movement in their art at this family activity. For ages five and above. Free with registration.
14 & 15 April 2018, 1.30pm – 2.15pm, National Gallery Singapore, Keppel Centre for Art Education. Click here for more information.
Learn about the history of the local Malay-Bugis community
Trace the history of the Malay-Bugis community in Singapore from the 18th century to present day, and find out how they maintain their distinct heritage while adapting a modern local identity.
From now until 24 June 2018, 10am – 6.30pm, Malay Heritage Centre, Gallery 1 & 2. Click here for more information.
Explore nooks, crannies and corners
Give rock climbing a try at The Rock School’s Climbing Exploration programme for beginniners. Learn basic climbing techniques and belaying in this one-hour session. All gear is provided. Great for ages five and above.
14 April 2018, 1pm – 2pm and 2pm – 3pm, The Rock School @ Bedok Community Centre. To find out more, click here.
Go on an underwater adventure
In this sensory play activity, your child will journey with turtles, fishes and sharks while developing motor and cognitive skills in the process. Great for ages 15 months to five years.
14 April 2018, 9.30am - 10.30am and 11.00am - 12pm, The Grassroots' Club (next to Yio Chu Kang MRT station). More details here.
Have an interactive time with The Polliwogs
Catch The Polliwogs in action as they bring their games, songs, dances and stories to various malls around Singapore.
15 April 2018, 3pm (Suntec City) and 5pm (Vivocity). Click here for more information.
Get up-close with wild monkeys
Led by experts from the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore, this guided tour will introduce you to the long-tailed macaques that inhabit Lower Pierce. Learn how these monkeys live and interact in their community and form social networks, much like humans.
14 April 2018, 5pm – 6.30pm, Lower Pierce Trail, Hevea Trail Entrance. Click here for more information.