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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore!

*Updated Weekly* Last Update: 14th Sep - 20th Sep 2020 (Click here for previous updates)  Found this list useful? This list is updated weekly and the BYKidO App is updated daily. Discover the latest family happenings when you download the BYKidO App!                This Weekend | Ongoing | Upcoming | Permanent | Online Due to the current Covid-19 situation, we encourage families to check with the respective events beforehand and to stay home if you are unwell. For families who prefer to avoid going out, here's a list of stay-home activities to do as a family. 1. Mid-Autumn Storytelling and DIY Lantern Photo credits Social Lab SG Location: Online - ZoomDate: 27 Sep 2020Hour: 11 am – 12 pm Fee: $5/$12 (ticket)Suitable Ages: 4 – 7...

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Saturdays@ACM: A Style for Every Story

Learn about traditional outfits and bond with your kids over a hands-on craft activity with Saturdays@ACM this month! Photo credits Asian Civilisations Museum Location: Online Date: 29 Aug – 25 Sep 2020 Hour: All-day Admission: Free Suitable Ages: 5 – 10 years Saturdays@ACM has become much more accessible since going online in May 2020. Not only is it available for a wider audience, but it is also not limited to one day. You’re able to access and benefit from the resources online for about a month! This month, on Saturdays@ACM: A Style for Every Story, you will discover different styles of traditional outfits from the museum’s collection. Download the templates provided and create traditional outfits for a paper doll by...

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National Day 2020: Events, Activities & Things to do with Your Family

Join in the National Day 2020 celebrations with your family from the safety and comfort of your home with these events and activities! In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Day 2020 parade has moved online, along with it so has a host of events and activities celebrating the nation’s birthday. We’ve rounded out all the happenings so that you can still join in Singapore’s 55th birthday celebrations together with your family from your home! Keep us bookmarked as we continue to update this ever-growing list! 1. National Gallery Singapore: Façade Light-up, Digital Art Programs and Free Admission Photo credits National Gallery Singapore Location: Online & On-site Date: 24 Jul – 30 Aug 2020 Hour: - Fare: Free National...

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Singapore Heritage Festival Goes Fully Digital | Over 80 Free Interactive Programs

Singapore Heritage Festival goes fully digital for its 17th edition for the first time! Amidst many events that have been canceled or postponed to a later date due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the National Heritage Board has moved the annual Singapore Heritage Festival online. The on-site visits, live performances and workshops that previously drew crowds from around Singapore will be replaced with over 80 online programs.  This year’s festival will highlight the neighborhoods of Tanjong Pagar, Pasir Ris and Kallang. While you may not be able to experience the carnival-like ambiance of the festival, there are advantages to the festival going digital – interested participants can access the programs for free at any time! Rain or shine, doesn’t matter. Here...

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A List of Virtual Events in June 2020 in Singapore

While your favorite attractions and recreational places remain closed during this time, the digital world is buzzing with a myriad of events and activities for families and kids, ranging from the Wan Qing Dumpling Festival 2020 to the Small Big Dreamers Children's Festival! We’ve compiled a list of virtual events happening this June in Singapore that you can continue enjoying from the comforts of your own home! 1. Indian Heritage Centre: From the Coromandel Coast to the Straits Photo credits Indian Heritage Centre Date: Permanent Hour: - Fare: Free Tamil connections with Singapore can be traced as far back as the 11th – 13th centuries CE based on recent interpretations of the Singapore Stone. From the Coromandel Coast to the...

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