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What’s on this weekend: 18 – 19 November 2017

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Watch a play about love and nature
Based on the children’s book of the same name, Guess How Much I Love You follows the delightful story of Little and Big Nutbrown Hare who compete to measure their love for each other. Told through puppets, live music and interactive play, this production aims to teach your child about love and nature. Great for kids aged three and above.

17 – 19 November 2017, various timings, SOTA Drama Theatre. Get tickets here.

Admire works of art from the Impressionist masters
After making audiences go gaga over Yayoi Kusama, the National Gallery is back with another blockbuster exhibition featuring over 60 Impressionist artworks from the Mu’see D’Orsay in Paris! Introduce your child to the delicate blues and greens of Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne and learn how their methods shaped the painting in the 19th century.

16 November 2017 – 11 March 2018, all day, National Gallery Singapore, Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery A & B. Click here for more information.

Make yummy animal cake pops with your child
Make delicious edible narwhal and giraffe creations with your child this school holiday! This cake pop workshop will teach both of you how to prepare a cake base, coat a cake pop smoothly, create whimsical designs, and decorate them with nuts and fondant. Bond with your child and take home some tasty treats!

18 November 2017, 2pm, Marina Square, Central Atrium Level 2. Click here for more information and to register.

Learn how to decorate Christmas cookies
More baking fun awaits in this Christmas cookie decorating workshop by BakeFresh Studio! Learn to decorate four pre-made sugar cookies with whimsical Christmas designs and experiment with icing and gel colours. Aside from taking your tasty creations home, you’ll also receive Pororo Park and Kiddy Palace vouchers!

19 November 2017, 1pm, Marina Square Central Atrium, Level 2. Register here.

Eat, drink and make merry at a music and food festival
Feast on local delights and shop for handmade crafts from over 100 stalls at Let’s Go Jalan Jalan! Look out for dishes like rickshaw noodles, you tiao with soya bean milk, traditional kuehs, and old school icy treats from the ice cream uncle. Afterwards, work off those calories with a heritage trail and games, or let buskers and musicians serenade you.

17 – 19 November 2017, 5pm – 12.30am (Friday) and 10am – 12.30am (Saturday and Sunday), The Three Peacocks @ Labrador Park. More details available here.

Watch a snowy animation
What happens when a snowball fight snowballs into something more serious? Find out in SnowTime!, an award-winning animated remake of the beloved French-Canadian film La guerre des tuques. Pack a picnic basket and settle down for a family night at the movies under the stars.

18 November 2017, 7.30pm, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Eco Garden. Click here for more information.

Develop your painting skills
Learn the basics of painting, from techniques to brush strokes and movements in this workshop. It’s not just painting skills it helps to hone – your child will also gain confidence, motor and social skills, and creativity.

18 November 2017, 1pm, 451 Joo Chia Road. Register here.

Upcycle your boring hat into a stunning masterpiece
Turn your ordinary hat or cap into a stunning headpiece! Choose from a variety of craft materials and let your creative juices flow as your masterpiece comes together. Great for kids aged five to 12.

19 November 2017, 10.30am, Playeum Children’s Centre for Creativity. Register here.

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