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Show some kindness
Do your part to make Singapore a more caring society at the inaugural SG Cares Carnival this Saturday. Join Mediacorp artistes, social enterprises, volunteers and community groups and learn more about the wider SG Cares movement with fun and interactive activities for the whole family.
13 January 2018, 12pm – 8pm, Our Tampines Hub. Click here to find out more.
Experience a musical yin and yang performance
Enjoy an afternoon of soothing Chinese and Chinese-influenced music performed with Western instruments at the Esplanade’s Beautiful Sunday concert series. Hear the Audio Image Wind Ensemble give classics like Dance of the Golden Snake and Dance of Yao a modern twist.
14 January 2018, 3pm, Esplanade Concert Hall. Click here for more information.
Celebrate an Indian harvest festival
Mark the arrival of spring with Pongal, a traditional Indian festival held to thank the Sun God for a bountiful harvest. Take part in craft workshops and cooking classes, and enjoy folk performances in Little India. Registration is required for some events, so head here to reserve your spot.
From now until 20 January 2018, various timings, Little India. For more information, click here.
Try your hand at woodwork as a family
Specially designed for families, this workshop lets you experience woodworking while bonding with your kids. You’ll get to learn basic woodworking techniques and create wooden objects together.
13 January 2018, 10am – noon, The Bravery Café. Click here for more details.
Check out an eco-friendly festival
Want to learn more about how you can lead a sustainable lifestyle? Head down to EarthFest where you can shop for locally-grown products, trade your secondhand clothes with others and attend screenings and talks.
14 January 2018, 11am – 4.30pm, Marina Barrage. For more information, click here.
Make your own Impressionist masterpiece
In this fun art class, your child will get to learn about elements of Impressionist artworks, such as light, colour and shape. They can also take home their own Impressionist masterpiece created from recycled materials. Suitable for ages seven and above.
13 January 2018, 1.30pm – 3pm, Keppel Centre for Art Education, National Gallery Singapore. More details here.