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Singapore Archifest 2020 | Explore Over 100 Programs Online and Islandwide!

Singapore Archifest’s first-ever hybrid edition presents more than 100 programs online and islandwide! Taking place over six weekends from 25 September to 31 October 2020, the annual festival organized by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) will be rolling out varied programs that range from pop-up experiences that reimagine the way we live to virtual exhibitions, forums, film screenings, workshops and an immersive virtual Pavilion that pushes the frontier of sustainable design − all to shine the spotlight on the impact and positive change that architecture can have in our current climate. Anchored by the theme Architecture Saving OUR World, the festival is offering up programs and activities that cater to both the built community and general public, inviting all to discover the role...

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KFC Singapore Celebrates Children’s Day with ‘Draw Your Bucket of Happiness’ Drawing Contest

KFC Singapore is inviting kids to draw their bucket of joy in celebration of the upcoming Children’s Day (2 Oct 2020) with the first-ever ‘Draw Your Bucket of Happiness’ drawing contest! From 15 to 20 September 2020, parents may download the ‘Draw Your Bucket of Happiness’ template for your kids to fill in the KFC bucket with anything that makes them happy and let their artistic flair, as well as imagination, run wild! Once completed, parents can simply submit the artwork online. Four drawings will be shortlisted for the public to vote on KFC’s Facebook and Instagram from 21 to 22 September 2020. The winner will be announced on 2 October 2020, with his or her ‘happy bucket’ uploaded as KFC Singapore’s Facebook cover image and...

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Gardens by the Bay Mid-Autumn Festival 2020 Presents a Line-up of Onsite & Online Festivities

This Mid-Autumn you can look forward to feasting your eyes on striking lantern displays at the gardens as well as indulging in activities with your kids from home!  Location: Online & OnsiteDate: 18 Sep – 4 Oct 2020Hour: VariesFee: Free Gardens by the Bay celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival with a mix of onsite and online activities, keeping the tradition of the festival alive and bringing cheer to Singaporeans as we adjust to life in the new normal.  Coloured Lanterns at the Outdoor Gardens From 18 Sep to 4 Oct 2020 the Outdoor Gardens at the Gardens by the Bay will be decked out with a series of colorful festive-themed lanterns.  Amongst the colored lantern sets is the Apricot Grove, featuring apricot flowers at various stages of...

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Family-friendly Festivals At Esplanade You Don't Want To Miss Before 2020 Ends

We bring you the deets on the upcoming festivals and things to do with your kids at Esplanade in Sep and Oct this year! Stay tuned for Moonfest Online and Octoburst! Online in Sep and Oct respectively!  Located in Downtown Core, the quintessential building with its famed spiky twin domes cannot be missed and what’s even more thoroughly worth experiencing about Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is its series of family-friendly festivals scattered throughout the year.  Traveling may be out of the question for now but thankfully, we still have the festivals at Esplanade that we can enjoy with our family while keeping safe. We can expect to enjoy the activities as part of the upcoming Moonfest Online in Sep and Octoburst!...

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Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2020: Digital Edition

Join in the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations by Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall from home by making mooncakes and solving riddles with your family! Location: Online & On-site Date: 14 Sep – 11 Oct 2020 Hour: All-day Fee: Free The well-loved Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations by the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall is going online this year! The inaugural digital edition of the festival brings heritage closer to home with a line-up of family-friendly digital initiatives such as cooking classes, storytelling sessions, and interactive craft demonstrations. Held online via the Memorial Hall’s Facebook page, the festival invites you to celebrate and acquaint yourselves with the rich historical and cultural significance of the festival as part of the memorial hall’s efforts...

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