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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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Octoburst! 2020 by Esplanade | Children's Festival Launched Online!

The children's festival Octoburst! held annually on the Children's Day weekend at Esplanade is back for its 17th run, albeit in an online and digital edition, from 5 to 18 October.  Photo Credit: Esplanade Pre-Festival Programme: PIParade Online Photo Credit: Esplanade Kickstarting the Festival this year is the PIParade Online, a pre-festival programme that will involve and engage the schools, and getting the students to submit something that will lead up to the actual festival in October. Here’s how it works: Watch the tutorial video comprising 3 categories, percussion, song signing and dance. Choose one or even all segments to participate. Follow the tutorials and record the children in any of the categories, then submit the videos via the form by 6 September. You may submit as many videos as...

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#SmallBigDreamersAtHome: The First Online Festival In Singapore For Children

National Gallery Singapore’s biennial children’s festival, Small Big Dreamers, returns for its second edition as the first online festival in Singapore for children to play, learn and create with art!   As museums remain temporarily closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the National Gallery Singapore's biennial children's festival, Small Big Dreamers will return with a digital twist from 1 June 2020 to 28 March 2021! Following the introduction of new weekly activities on Gallery Kids! during the May school holiday, #SmallBigDreamersAtHome will be an online art festival aimed at bringing more art experience to families at home! Expect a series of fun and engaging activities curated for children aged 6 to 12. This festival boosts interactive games, and easy-to-follow, hands-on activities designed to let...

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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (28th Oct - 3 Nov 2019)

1. Produce Your Own TV Commercial! Photo credits National Library Board Location: National Archives of Singapore Oldham Theatre, 1 Canning Rise, Singapore 179868 Date: 2 Nov – 3 Nov 2019 Hour: 10 am – 12 pm Admission: Free (Register here) Suitable Ages: 9 – 12 yrs Sign your little ones up for Recreating My Favourite 90’s TV Commercial, an interactive workshop where they’ll be able to take a look back at some of your favorite 90’s TV commercials and even produce their own TV commercial! 2. Join in The Clean & Green Carnival with Your Tots! Photo credits Clean & Green Singapore Location: Open Field beside Westgate | Braddell Heights Community Hub Date: 2 Nov – 3 Nov 2019 Hour: 11...

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Disney: Magic of Animation | ArtScience Museum

Location: ArtScience Museum Date: 26 Oct 2019 – 29 Mar 2020 Hour: 10 am – 7 pm Admission: From $11 What is happening? Shown in Southeast Asia for the first time, Disney: Magic of Animation will be featuring more than 500 remarkable art pieces, such as original drawings, paintings, sketches, and concept art curated by the Walt Disney Animation Research Library! Discover the magic behind over a century of artistry and technological innovations that brought to life your favorite films and characters, from Mickey Mouse and Lion King to Moana and Elsa!  You’ll be able to witness the evolution of animation across the decades, starting from the 1930s when Disney animators brought illustrations on paper to life through various techniques,...

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