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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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Kids Flix: Disney’s Dumbo | Where Dreamland is not so Dreamy

Location: Selected GV Theatres Date: 28 Sept 2019 Hour: 10.00 am | 10.30 am Admission: $6 | Free for kids below 90 cm Catch the live-action adaption of Dumbo, a classic movie about differences, family and dreams, take flight! Dumbo, a young elephant mocked for his large ears, discovers that he’s able to fly, which opens up new ventures but they’re not what they seem on the surface. When & Where is it? 28 Sept 2019, Saturday 10.00 am - GV Bishan | GV City Square | GV Jurong Point | GV Plaza | GV Suntec City | GV Tampines | GV Tiong Bahru | GV Bedok | GV Paya Lebar 10.30 am - GV Katong | GV Yishun |...

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10+ Things To Do with Your Kids this Children’s Day

We thought we would give you a head’s up on all the events happening on Children’s Day as well as on the Children’s Day weekend, so that you won’t have to miss out on all the fun and giggles you could have with your little ones! Here’s more than 10 things that you can do with your little ones on Children’s Day! Be sure to mark them down on your calendar!  1. Embark on an Adventure with The Little Tailor Boy! Photo credits Bee’s Knees The little tailor boy has accepted the Kind’s challenge to hunt a boar, capture a unicorn and slay a giant, for the very sumptuous reward—an endless supply of food! The Little Tailor Boy is an...

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Saturdays@ACM: Young, Wild and Free | An Early Children’s Day Celebration

Location: Asian Civilisations Museum Date: 28 Sept 2019 Hour: 1 pm – 5 pm Admission: Free What is happening? Children’s Day is on 4 Oct 2019, which is next week, but no one said you can’t start celebrating early. Make a start on your celebrations by joining in the Children’s Day celebration at Asian Civilisations Museum this Saturday! Little ones will get to engage in an interactive drama performance of folktales from Indonesia and Myanmar, as well as get creative with hands-on craft activities! When & Where is it happening? 28 Sept 2019, Saturday, from 1 pm to 5 pm Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555 For more information, click here. Photo credits Asian Civilisations Museum  

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tokidoki's Mermicorno returns to River Safari | Make a Splash this September 2019

Location:  River SafariDate: 1 Sep - 31 Oct 2019Hour: Opening HoursAdmission: WRS | Klook Join the Mermicornos and River Safari’s resident animals, the capybara, Indian gharial, manatee, giant panda, giant river otter, red panda and giant freshwater stingray in the search for the hidden magical gem!  View this post on Instagram A post shared by BYKidO: Bring Your Kid Out (@bringyourkidout) on Sep 1, 2019 at 7:34am PDT Want to know when we have more event photos? Signup for our Newsletter! River Gem Trail 7 Sep - 28 Oct (Weekends and PH Only)10am - 5pmAround the Park Complete the trail, learn fun facts about River Safari friends and take home limited edition tokidoki x River Safari pins! 8 designs to be collected!  *Limited...

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