1. Catch a Pokemon with Your Little Ones!
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Location: Causeway Point, 1 Woodlands Square, Singapore 738099
Date: 1 Oct – 31 Oct 2019
Hour: 10.30 am – 10.30 pm
Admission: Min. spending required
Causeway Point is about to become the battleground for an epic Pokémon TRETTA Battle Score Cup Challenge, and now would be a great time for Pokémon fans to visit the mall!
Not only will budding Pokémon trainers be able to hone at their skills at the practice sessions, which is till 4 Oct 2019, Friday, you will also be able to catch Pikachu and Eevee making special appearances on selected weekends! And from 26 Oct to 28 Oct, with a minimum of $30 spent, you can get hands-on with creepy crafts and even bring home sculpted balloons!
2. Revel in the LifeFest Festivities with Your Family! [Inclusive Event]
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Location: St. Andrews Cathedral, 11 St Andrew's Rd, Singapore 178959
Date: 5 Oct 2019
Hour: 10 am – 8 pm
Admission: Free (selected activities require payment)
This Children’s Day, the churches of Singapore come together to celebrate life and every child, born and unborn with LifeFest. With three zones—I am Brave, I am Loved, and I am Gifted—the festival is teeming with sporty activities, carnival games, a mini inflatable park, as well as arts and crafts.
If you have little ones with special needs, LifeFest has got you covered as well, with not just a special needs host but also a sensory goodie bag! You can sign up here.
3. Spend Children’s Day Weekend at The Artground!
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Location: The Artground,
Date: 4 Oct – 6 Oct 2019
Hour: 10.30 am – 4.30 pm
Admission: Free | Activities: $10/parent-child
With the launch of The Artground’s new interactive playspace, The Curious Sky, comes a new series of exciting activities you can explore with your little ones! You can take your pick from an assorted lot ranging from dance performances, music workshop and storytelling sessions, to micro gardening and arts and crafts!
4. Let The Bubble Tea Factory Bring you into a Whimsical Wonderland!
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Location: *SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978
Date: 19 Oct – 18 Dec 2019
Hour: 4 pm – 10 pm (weekdays) | 10 am – 10 pm (weekends)
Admission: $24 (weekday) | $28 (weekends/PH/eve of PH)
*Inclusive of one-time entry, a cup of bubble tea, bubble-tea inspired treats and an exclusive Boba Booster Pack
Immerse yourself in all-things bubble tea at The Bubble Tea Factory, an enchanting world inspired by Singapore’s favourite drink! With over 10 multi-sensory and visually-stunning installations, from delicious looking Pearl Pit to larger-than-life boba trees, it’s a feast for the senses. And not just for the sight, sound and touch, for the smell and taste as well. Visitors can also enjoy a refreshing cup of bubble tea and bubble-tea inspired treats!
5. Find out How You can Fight the Deadliest Monster!
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Location: Singapore Zoo | Jurong Bird Park
Date: 1 Oct – 31 Oct 2019
Hour: 8.30 am – 6.00 pm (last entry: 5.30 pm)
Admission: Free for Kids (3 – 12 yrs)
Singapore Zoo: $35/adult | Jurong Bird Park: $30/adult
By the deadliest monster, we don’t mean fire-breathing dragons, this one is a much more real monster that kills over a million animals yearly. We’re talking about plastic. And as part of ongoing efforts to conserve biodiversity, this month Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird invites you and your little ones to join in their fight against plastic.
Partnering up with Ernest Goh, a local artist from Ayer Ayer Project, the parks will be featuring Shore Debris Table, an interactive art installation. Visitors can sift through the real sand on the table to find microplastic pieces and learn about the extent of plastic pollution in aquatic habitats. Little ones can then use those plastic pieces to create an artwork as a gift, meant to spread awareness on plastic pollution.
The parks will also have a Recycle Racers activity station where you have to race with your family to sort common household trash into the right bins and save wildlife, effectively educating on proper recycling and binning practices.
Additionally, for the whole month, kids of local residents get to enter both the Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park for free.