1. March On 2021
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Venue: Online and Onsite – Esplanade, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
Date: 10 – 14 Mar 2021
Fee: Free and Paid
Esplanade has launched a brand-new annual festival for children, March On. Featuring an assortment of music, theatre and dance programs for kids below 12 and their families to participate in, March On's specially curated programmes delve into relevant issues facing the young of today and place children squarely at the centre of the creative process. Re-imagine A Character! Costume-Making Workshop, Kinder's Garden Walk & Workshop, Pipa Harmonies, and The Rattle King theatre performance are just some of the programs you can look forward to.
2. ACM Caravanserai: Craft, Innovation, Lifestyle
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Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Date: 13 – 21 Mar 2021
Time: 11 am – 7 pm
Fee: Free (activity fees apply)
This March holidays, you can visit ACM’s first colourful Caravanserai, offering F&B, craft goods as well as artisanal programs and activities, on the lawns of the museum. Inspired by the travelling caravans of past Asian civilisations, this pop-up acts as a rest-stop for the curious traveller today. You can look forward to exclusive launches, shopping and unique experiences that focus on craft, innovation and lifestyle.
3. Easter Wonderland at Downtown East
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Venue: Downtown East
Date: 1 Mar – 4 Apr 2021
Kick-off your Easter celebrations at Downtown East with a baking class at RedMan by Phoon Huat, Roller Skating or an Art Workshop at Achievers Art. Drop by the EGG-CADE Room for a round of games at the mini arcade and an impromptu photo-session with an art installation featuring a life-sized egg tray.
4. Storytelling Series: The Dancing Monster
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Venue: Online – SISTIC Live Stream
Date: 13 – 19 Mar 2021
Time: 11 am – 11 pm
Next in the Gateway Arts Kids Club’s Storytelling Series is the tale of The Dancing Monster, which tells of an encounter between a young boy and a dancing monster. A young boy, confronted by a monster outside a cave, starts beating his drum to call for help. But surprisingly the monster starts dancing! Find out if music can soothe a savage beast in The Dancing Monster by The Storytelling Centre’s Young Storyteller.
5. Arts in Your Neighbourhood 2021
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Venue: Online and Onsite - various locations
Date: 11 – 28 Mar 2021
An annual event organized to make art both accessible and enjoyable for everyone, Arts in Your Neighbourhood returns this year with another assortment of art installations, music performances and multi-disciplinary experiences with the focus on Pasir Ris.
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Some of the highlights of this year’s event include special puppetry film by The Finger Players; Api Api’s Dreams, a light projection display by SYNDICATE on the façade of the White Sands Shopping Mall, and; The Story Of A Place Is In Its Name, featuring a selection of art installations by Singapore artists presented as a walking trail. Browse through the Programme Booklet for a full list of experiences in-store.