Things to do this Weekend: Free Storytelling Sessions happening @ PIP's PLAYbox

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Location: PIP’s PLAYbox
3 Mar – 4 Mar 2018
11.45 am | 3.15 pm | 4.45 pm

Things to do this Weekend: Listen to Stories about Infinity and Beyond with Your Little Ones!

What is happening?

In celebration of the Year of Dog, immerse yourself and your little ones in stories about the Lunar New Year!

  • The Story of Nian and Xi 

Quick question, who exactly are Nian and Xi? Find that out and learn the origins of reunion through this story!

  • A Seedling’s Dreams

Can a Little Seed’s wishes for growth, prosperity and the ability to travel around the world, come true? After all, Little Seed is just a seed.


  • The Story of the Dog and the Bottle

Join the journey of the Dog that lives in a smelly dumpster as it attempts to bring happiness to a sad Bottle that feels empty.

The stories are written by Ellison Tan Yuyang and told by Cerys Ong. Please note that not all stories will be covered at each session and some stories may be repeated.

When is it happening?

3 Mar 2018, Saturday

  • Conducted in Mandarin: 11.45 am | 4.45 pm 
  • Conducted in English: 3.15 pm

Things to do this Weekend: Explore the Elements of Art with your LOs @ Singapore Art Museum

4 Mar 2018, Sunday

  • Conducted in Mandarin: 11.45 am | 4.45 pm 
  • Conducted in English: 3.15 pm

Where is it happening?

PIP’s PLAYbox, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981

How much is it?

It is completely FREE!


For more information, click here.

Photo credits Esplanade


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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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