5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend!

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Location: Sports Hub
Date: 2 Dec - 30 June 2018
Hour: Various timing
Admission: Check article for details
  1. Community Play Day

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend - Community Play Day Event       

Location: OCBC Square (outside Stadium MRT Exit A)
Hour: 9 am – 7 pm
Date: 02 Dec 2017
Admission: FREE

Gather all your family members—from your grandfather to your little daughter—and head on down to OCBC Square this weekend to enjoy great activities lined up just for you and your family!

Participate in the Massage Workout and get a free hand-held massage hammer stick!

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend - Community Play Day Event

Visit the festive market, try your hand at the carnival game booths, catch the KPOPX Anniversary Dance Off, reminisce the old times playing traditional games, get your face painted, and much more at this Community Play Day event!

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend - Community Play Day Event

For more information, click here.


  1. Games of Yesteryear

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend - Games of Yesteryear

Location: Changing Gallery, Singapore Sports Museum, 6 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397698
10 am – 8 pm (weekdays) 10 am – 9 pm (weekends, eve of public holidays & public holidays)
20 Oct 2017 – 30 June 2018
FREE for local & permanent residents

Games of Yesteryear exhibits traditional games such as Gasing and Congkak, games that you can rarely hear about today. Talk a walk through this exhibition into your memories of the olden days and share them with your little ones!

If you’re there on the last Saturday of the month, your little ones can get to make their very own Olympic medals!

For more information, click here.

  1. Beat the Heat @ Water Sports Centre & Splash-N-Surf

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend-Splash-N-Surf Lazy River

Location: Water Sports Centre, 8 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397699
7 am – 7 pm
Ends 31 Dec 2017
Entry is free, boat rental charges apply

If you rent a boat anytime between now and end-of-year at the Water Sports Centre, you get to enter the Lazy River at Splash-N-Surf for free!

Or you could simply spend a refreshing day at the Water Play Area and Kids Pool at Splash-N-Surf, away from the tropical heat! Entry is free!

For more information, click here.

Places to go this Weekend: Wet Playground @ Singapore Sports Hub!

  1. Sports Immersion @ Sports Hub Library

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend-Sports Library

Location: Sports Hub Library, 4 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397697
10 am – 8 pm (weekdays) 10 am – 9 pm (weekends, eve of public holidays and public holidays)

Sports Hub Library hosts an array of activities such as storytelling sessions, family and kids yoga classes, movie screenings and craft activities. The library is also home to video viewing stations, giant chess and checkers and Xbox game stations.

To stay tuned to upcoming events, click here.

  1. Groove to the Beat of Fun @ OCBC Arena

5 things to do at Sports Hub this Weekend-Kids Dance Class

Location: Sports Hub Gym, Level 2, OCBC Arena, 5 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397631
Music & Movement – Every Monday: 3.45 pm – 4.30 pm
BollyJazz – Every Friday: 6 pm – 7 pm
Bollywood – Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 5 pm – 6 pm
$30 (drop-in rate) $225 (8 sessions)

With Sports Hub’s Kids Dance Classes, children as young as 2 years old can now enjoy the performing arts! With BollyJazz and Bollywood, older children get to enjoy exhilarating sessions of Bollywood and Jazz fusion! 

For more information, click here.

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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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