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Places to go this Weekend - Play Court @ VivoCity

Location: VivoCity | 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585Date: 19 Nov 2016Hour: 3 pm - 7 pmAdmission: FREE On the 19th of November, VivoCity will unveil its all-new Play Court with a day filled with fun and interactive activities, as well as a colouring contest to showcase the creativity of your children! Starting from 3pm, an exciting lineup of activities and events have been prepared! For more details see here.  Spin & Win - Spin the wheel and stand a chance to win prizes. Present a same day receipt to get 1 chance per child per day!  Carnival Fun - Roving magicians, balloon sculptors and bubble show! Plus, get your caricature drawn by artists as you munch on free popcorn and candy floss! Get Crafty -  Build a terrarium,  get...

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Things to do this Weekend - Clip 'N' Climb @ HomeTeamNS Tampines

Location: HomeTeamNS Tampines | 1 Tampines Walk Our Tampines Walk, #03-03, Singapore 528523Date: DateAdmission: See here for details Hour: Every 1st Monday of the Month: 2 pm - 9 pm Mon - Thurs: 12 pm - 9 pm Fri - Sat, Eve of Public Holiday, & School holidays: 10 am - 11 pm Sunday & Public Holiday: 10 am - 9 pm Opening on the 9th of November, HomeTeamNS Tampines will be the newest HomeTeamNS Club serving the East! The Club will boost the popular Laser Quest as well as be the location for the first ever Clip 'N' Climb in Singapore. We were invited to a preview of Clip 'N' Climb last week but was unable to. Fortunately, our friends from RainbowDiaries made it...

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Things to do this weekend - Stargazing @ Science Centre Observatory

Location: Singapore Science Centre Observatory | 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433 Hour: 7.45 pm - 10.00 pmAdmission: FREE Keen to do something different, head down to the Singapore Science Centre every Friday between 7.45 - 10pm for Free Stargazing sessions! The Science Centre Observatory (SCOB) is one of a few in the world that is located along the Equator and that means that it allows us to view constellations from both the Northern and Southern celestial hemispheres!  Come early @ 7.30pm as Q-numbers are given out from the registration counter but do note that the sessions are weather permitting and you should visit the SCOB Facebook Page for latest updates!    They also do a Astronomy 101 every 2nd Friday of the month...

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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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Places to go this weekend - Healthy Lifestyle Festival

Location: Singapore Sports Hub | Kallang Wave MallDate: 12 Nov - 13 Nov 2016Hour: 11 am - 8 pmAdmission: FREE Happening at the Singapore Sports Hub & Kallang Wave Mall this weekend, the Healthy Lifestyle Festival SG is a weekend of healthy fun with exciting activities and prizes to be won!  Many of you might have already been to the roadshows at Jurong East, Tampines Central and Toa Payoh HDB Hub over the last few weekend to collect your trackers and to take part in the games!  Various zones will be set up to help you understand how you can stay healthy at Home, School, Workplace and Neighborhood!  Have a look at the Health Promotion Board website for more details...

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