5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (7th - 13th Dec 2020)



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1. Dino Fest 2020

Dino Fest 2020
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Location: Changi Airport Terminal 4 
Date: 3 – 6, 10 – 13, 17 – 20, & 24 – 27 Dec 2020
Hour: 3 pm – 11 pm 
Fee: $5 - $9 (ticket)

Dino Fest 2020 is bringing back the prehistoric creatures that once roamed Earth but instead of the usual huge beasts that roar and stomps around, these dinosaurs have integrated into mankind! You can look forward to walking with dinosaurs and playing dinosaur-themed activities and games. There will also be booths offering food, fashion and other items.

RELATED: The Changi Festive Village with Dinosaurs and tokidoki-themed Activities! 

2. SRT: Classic Christmas Stories [Inclusive Event]

SRT: Classic Christmas Stories [Inclusive Event]
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Location: KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Rd, Singapore 239035
Date: 15 Dec – 20 Dec 2020
Hour: 10 am | 11.30 am | 2 pm 
Fee: Circle seating - $28 | Stall seating - $33 (ticket)
Suitable Ages: 3 years and above

The Little Company, a division of the Singapore Repertory Theatre, is bringing you their successful classics storytelling live for this Christmas! Curl up by the fire with Santa’s little helper, Elf Julie and listen to stories filled with kindness, generosity and the joy of Christmas, about a grumpy dwarf who turns out to be a kind soul, a baker who discovers the joy of giving generously and a wonderful adventure with Santa Claus on Christmas eve, filled with kindness, generosity and the joy of Christmas! 

Descriptive language of key visual moments is integrated into the script for blind and vision-impaired patrons. Also, all performances offer a relaxed environment as a standard which caters to children and adults on the autism spectrum and with learning difficulties. Additionally, there will be a signed performance on Sunday, 20 Dec at 2 pm, to cater for deaf or hearing-impaired patrons.

RELATED: TLC Classic Christmas Stories | A Christmas Storytelling Event For Kids!

3. Storytelling Series: The Nutcracker

Storytelling Series_The Nutcracker
Photo credits Gateway Theatre

Location: Online – SISTIC Live
Date: 12 Dec – 18 Dec 2020
Hour: 11 am – 11 pm 
Fee: Free

Coming up next in the Gateway Kids Club’s Storytelling Series is The Nutcracker by E.T.A Hoffman. Join Young Clara as she goes on an adventure through the magical Kingdom of Sweets with her beautifully crafted Nutcracker doll. No story is complete without a villain and this story too has one, the evil Mouse King. The rest, you have to join Storyteller Dwayne to find out! 

4. Family Fun Day at Clubhouse

Family Fun Day at Clubhouse
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Location: Clubhouse, 168, #01-07 Robinson Rd, Capital Tower, Singapore 068912
Date: Aug – Dec 2020 (Every Sun)
Hour: 2 pm – 5 pm 
Fee: Par Package - $50 | Par-Tee Package: $100 

Clubhouse SG is an upmarket indoor golf club and every Sunday is Family Fun Day at the Clubhouse. You can keep the kids entertained with fairground games, golf darts or try out the state of the art simulators under the guidance of Clubhouse Tour Pro. 

For more details or to book a package, drop Clubhouse a message. 

5. National Museum of Singapore: Christmas Celebrations 2020

National Museum of Singapore_Christmas Celebrations 2020
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Location: Online and On-site
Date: 12 Dec – 18 Dec 2020
Hour: Varies
Fee: Free & Paid

National Museum of Singapore invites you to enjoy the experience and stories of giving as we celebrate Christmas and the festive season this year! Sing along to familiar and joyous tunes of Christmas at the museum or as it is live-streamed on the museum’s Facebook page. Food lovers can watch renowned chef Damien D’Silva as he shares how to make Eurasian Pie (available both on-site and online).

Gather your toddlers around and listen to a story about giving through a tale set in a faraway land (online) and also craft a mini wooden frame inspired by the museum’s collection!

This programme is organised in conjunction with CS2020 – Change is OK.

RELATED: 15 Best Things to do with Your Kids this Children’s Season

 






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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