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Things to do this weekend - 20th German Film Festival 2016: Raven the Little Rascal

Location: Eco Garden Singapore Botanic Gardens | 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569Date: 12 Nov 2016Hour: 7.30 pm - 9.00 pm Admission: FREE Happening on the 12th of November @ the Botanical Gardens is the outdoor screening of an animated film - Raven the Little Rascal, in conjunction with the 20th German Film Festival 2016 and presented by the Goethe Institute and the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Winner of the Best Foreign Animated Feature at the Sichuan TV Festival, the movie is screened with English Dialogue and is free for all!  3 Reasons that I wanted to share this Its an outdoor screening... and every Kid loves watching a movie outdoors! Bring a ball, frisbee or something to let them run about before, after...

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Things to do this weekend - Oldies Come Alive Concert @ Botanic Gardens

Location: Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage | 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569Date: 30 Oct 2016Hour: 6 pm - 7 pmAdmission: FREE We have now provided 3 picnic opportunities over the last 3 weeks at the Botanic Gardens. As part of the SPH Gift of Music series, join Ding Yi Music Company @ the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage this weekend as they perform at the Oldies Come Alive Concert.   Collaborating with local singers for this performance, they will perform classic numbers like “Lemon Tree” to get into the groove, while other pieces such as “明天会更好” will evoke feelings of nostalgia. While you may want to sing along to these popular timeless tunes, you will have to get your little ones in the groove too! ...

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Places to go this weekend - Bandstand 4 @ Botanical Gardens

Location: Singapore Botanic Gardens | 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569Date: 22 Oct 2016Hour: 5.30 pm on wardAdmission: FREE  Seems like concerts @ the Botanical Garden might be a weekly affair? Only last week, we wrote about the Samba Botanica (was anyone there?) and this week, we have the 4th installment of the Bandstand concert series performed by the SAF Ceremonial Band! The talented NSF musicians from the Singapore Armed Forces Ceremonial Band, together with the Director of Music and Band Majors will bring you music from many popular genres.You will be able to hear medleys from Michael Jackson, Spice Girls and Adele, as well as the musicals Mamma Mia and Emily. There will also be a solo showcase and the SAF...

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Places to go this weekend - Samba Botanica

Location: Singapore Botanic Garden | 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569Date: 15 Oct 2016Hour: 6 pm on ward Admission: FREE This weekend, head down to the Samba Botanica @ the Singapore Botanical Gardens with the kids to enjoy a day of picnic, outdoor fun and drum beats! I cannot recall the number of times we have recommended going to the Botanical Gardens for a picnic. We have had so many picnics there ourselves and it is always good to make a trip when an event is happening. In fact, visit the Botanical Garden's event page for more concerts, tours and reasons to head down!  On the 15th of October, Sambiesta presents a samba showcase at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. In hopes of...

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Places to go this Weekend - Families for Life: Children Day Celebration!

Location: The Lawn @ Marina Bay | 8A Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018984Date: 8 Oct 2016Hour: 5.00 pm - 9.30 pm Admission: FREE Join the Families for Life: Children Day edition at Marina Bay on this weekend to celebrate Children''s Day!  If you have read or been to the previous Families for Life: School Holiday Edition Picnic, you should know what to expect. If not, read on!  Families can also look forward to the fun family activities for the young and old, music performances and a movie under the stars! What can you expect? Family DIY activity: Decorate your own kite!  Care & Share Charity Drive Evening Picnic & Movie Screening! Roving photographers are at event to capture your family portrait, ask someone to...

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