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Things to do this Weekend: 3 Adult Friendly Restaurants that are Kids Friendly too!

Location: Brussel Sprouts | Dallas (Suntec City) | Morganfield's Date: Brussel SproutsSunday - Thursdays: 5 pm - closing Dallas (Suntec City)Saturday - Sunday: 12 pm - 8 pm Morganfield'sSaturday, Sunday and PH Hour: Check article for detailsAdmission: FREE child meal for every paying adult meal Since I had kids, I would some times struggled between going to a restaurant where I can enjoy my meal with a beer or a kids friendly one.  Bring Your Kids Out to these 3 restaurants and you can enjoy your beers while the kids eat for free!  Brussel Sprouts Known for the wide collection of beers and mussels! But did you know that it's Happy Hours + Kids Friendly too!  Kids Eat For Free From Sunday to...

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Things to do this Weekend: Performance Storytelling @ Waterway Point

Location: Times Waterway Point | 83 Punggol Central, 02-19, Singapore 828761Date: 15 Apr 2017Hour: 4 pm - 5 pmAdmission: FREE Bring Your Kids Out to Waterway Point this Saturday (15th April 2017), between 4pm - 5pm to enjoy performance storytelling.  *Photo Credit: Fraser Malls Conducted by Julia Gabriel Centre, this storytelling event will be held at Times Bookstore located @ West Wing, #02-19.  Not much details are provided but if you are in the area, and since it is Free, why not just drop by and check it out!   BYKidO writes on "things to do", "places to go", in general, Ideas that will help you save time planning to Bring Your Kid Out!  Share us with fellow Mummies and Daddies so that they...

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Places to go this Weekend: Pet Expo @ Singapore Expo Hall 7

Location: Singapore Expo Hall 7 | 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150Date: 14 Apr - 16 Apr 2017Hour: 11 am - 8 pm Admission: 1 Day Pass: $4  3 Day Pass: $10  Bring Your Kids Out to the Pet Expo this weekend @ the Singapore Expo Hall 7! Now into it's 4th edition, the Pet Expo 2017 will showcase businesses, educational and engaging activities focus on pets and their well-being.  Not just about getting a pet, the Pet Expo is also about pet responsibility, with informative talks, entertaining contests and competitions organised to bring the pet community together on a fun-filled learning journey towards pet ownership. If your kid loves animals or if you are thinking of getting a pet, why not head down to...

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Things to do this Weekend: Visit the nanoblock Pop-up Museum @ Changi Airport

Location: Changi Airport Date: From 10 Apr 2017 Admission: Minimum spending required Bring Your Kids Out to Changi Airport this weekend to  shop, eat and play! Remember to spend a min of $60 ($80 at supermarkets) to redeem a nanoblock design for just $6.90 (UP $25)!  Stating from this week, you can redeem the Merlion! There is even a nanoblock Pop-up Museum! The first outside of Japan! 6 different zones, 200 designs!  Take a big step into a small world A small world needs a big dream - Birth of nanoblock A little universe, here on Earth Tiny instruments to draw a full house The miniature wilderness The place where nano made it big See here for more details! While you are at the...

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Things to do this Weekend: Read Your Kids a Book (Book Review: Don't Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly!)

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE Don’t Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly!  by Nick Sharratt Brought to you by Owl Readers Club   It’s never easy when you only have to choose one book for a book review and we were really at a wit’s end as to which book we would feature this month. Thankfully our son decided to “take the matter in his own hands” or “fingers” by his relentless request for us to read the “Jelly” book to him night after night for close to a week now. Don’t Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly! is a book that is almost impossible to review and we would not have even considered reviewing it if not for...

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