5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (18th -24th Jan 2021)

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1. RE‚ÄĘMIX 2k21 ‚Äď Annual Festival for Youths

RE‚ÄĘMIX 2k21 ‚Äď Annual Festival for Youths
Image credits Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue:¬†Online and Onsite ‚Äď Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906
Date:¬†15 Jan ‚Äď 24 Jan 2021
Time: Varies
Fee: Free and Paid

Running over two weekends,¬†RE‚ÄĘMIX 2k21, the annual festival for youths by Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, will be presenting a series of online and onsite programs. Take a walk through¬†All Walks of Love,¬†an interactive exhibit, which explores how love plays a part in the Chinese Singapore culture and vote for your favourite fashion piece created by young Singaporeans. You can also put on your detective cap for an escape game or lace up your grooving shoes and join a dance workshop!

RELATED:¬†Annual Festival for Youths ‚ÄėRE‚ÄĘMIX 2k21‚Äô Returns with a Line-up of Online and On-site Programs

2. Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021

Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021
Image credits Chinatown Festivals 

Venue: Online and Onsite
Date: 23 Jan 2021 onwards
Time: Varies
Fee: Free

The Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021 will kick-start on 23 Jan 2021 with the Official Light-up and Opening Ceremony. Given the current pandemic, the ceremony will be launched virtually and live-streamed on Chinatown Festivals Facebook page. You can still look forward to lion dances, cultural and acrobatic performances.

This year’s street light-up will feature sculptured lanterns of the Ox, gold coins, golden ingots, flowers and greetings among others, combining traditions with modern design.

The celebrations, which will run till 12 Mar 2021, features a line-up of mostly virtual programs such as festive goodies baking workshop, giveaways, virtual tours, and short films featuring renowned Chinatown Merchants like Bee Cheng Hiang, Kele and Spring Court.

3. Light to Night Festival 2021

Light to Night Festival 2021
Image credits Light to Night Festival

Venue: Civic District
Date:¬†22 Jan ‚Äď 31 Jan 2021
Time: Varies
Fee: Free with some paid activities

A marquee event of Singapore Art Week, Light to Night Festival 2021 returns with an assortment of online and onsite art experiences. Centred on the theme ‚Äú____-in-Progress‚ÄĚ, the festival features annual favourite, Art Skins on Monuments, art installations, workshops, as well as online and onsite performances.

This year will also see the Rotunda Library & Archive in the National Gallery of Singapore light up in an immersive display. Through these various programs, the festival invites you to fill in the blanks with new possibilities and hopes for the future.

RELATED: Light to Night Festival Returns with a Hybrid Format

4. Dahlia Dreams 2021

Dahlia Dreams 2021
Image credits Gardens by the Bay

Venue: Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore 018953
Date:¬†15 Jan ‚Äď 21 Feb 2021
Time:¬†9 am ‚Äď 9 pm¬†
Fee (Singapore Resident rates): $10/adult | $5/child or senior (ticket)

Another annual event that has returned this year is the Dahlia Dreams 2021 at Gardens by the Bay! Take a stroll through a field of about 2,000 pretty dahlias of mixed varieties, all grown in-house for the very first time by the Gardens’ own horticulturists alongside a host of Lunar New Year floral favourites such as azaleas, chrysanthemums and cymbidiums.

Dahlia Dreams 2021
Image credits Gardens by the Bay

The conservatory will also be spotting the iconic Chinese pavilion and a huge lantern globe. Walk through the golden moon gates to admire more than 200 red lanterns, symbolising prosperity and luck, from within the lantern globe!

5. Storytelling Series: MOMOTARO

Storytelling Series: MOMOTARO
Image credits Gateway Theatre

Venue:¬†Online ‚Äď SISTIC Live Stream
Date:¬†16 Jan ‚Äď 22 Jan 2021
Time:¬†11 am ‚Äď 11 pm¬†
Fee: Free

Join Momotaro, the Little Peach Boy, on an adventure to defeat the oni ogres!

A long time ago in Japan, an old lady saw a gigantic peach floating down the river. She caught it and brought it home to her husband. They would eat the peach for dinner! But when they opened the peach they discovered a baby boy! They named him Momotaro and raised him as their own. Momotaro grew up to be a strong, kind and brave boy, who decided that one day he would save his people from the evil Oni ogres that torment the village. Does he succeed? Join a young storyteller from The Storytelling Centre Limited, on Momotaro’s adventure, to find out!



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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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