5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (5th - 11th Oct 2020)

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1. Astronomy Live Vodcast Series

SCS Astronomy 102 Live Vodcast Series
Photo credits Science Centre Singapore

Location: Online - Facebook
Date:¬†4 Oct ‚Äď 10 Oct 2020
Hour: 8 am 
Fee: Free

For World Space Week, the Science Centre Observatory explores the possibilities of living in space and takes a closer look at the properties of asteroids in the space-ial Astronomy 102 vodcast series. You can also catch up with former NASA astronaut, Dr. Cady Coleman! You can tune in to Facebook to catch the live series. 


  • ¬†7 ‚Äď 8 Oct 2020: Do stars have life? Geek out with us as we exchange scientific knowledge about stars and their life cycles.
  • 9 Oct 2020: Join us as we catch up with former NASA astronaut, Dr Cady Coleman, who will share her experiences from working at the International Space Station.
  • 10 Oct 2020: End the week with a classic debate on the chances of surviving in outer space.

2. Walk for Our Children 2020: Virtual Edition

Walk for Our Children 2020: Virtual Edition
Photo credits Singapore Children’s Society

Location: - 
Date:¬†1 Oct ‚Äď 30 Nov 2020
Hour: - 
Fee: $25/adult | $10/child | $60 for 2 adults + 2 children | $85 for 4 adults

You can keep fit while contributing towards a worthy cause by taking part in Singapore Children’s Society’s signature fundraising event that has gone virtual this year, the Walk for Our Children 2020. 

You just have to sign up and clock in a minimum of 5,000 steps in a day. All registrants will receive a free care pack with a token of appreciation, sponsored items and a limited-edition Porsche Lego-style car model (while stocks last). If you don’t wish to take part in the virtual walk, you can still contribute by donating to the cause. 

Funds raised from this virtual event will go towards supporting our services and programs for children, youth and families in need.


Photo credits SMU Symphonia

Location: Online 
Date:¬†2 Oct ‚Äď 30 Oct 2020
Hour: All-day
Fee: Free

In HOMEBOUND, SMU Symphonia presents an allegorical digital music picture book of Peter and the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev, deconstructed to draw parallels to the pandemic with childlike whimsicality. 

Viewers will have the option of a read-through or a click-through experience as you follow Peter in his preparation for a long-awaited concert. Tragedy strikes with the unexpected arrival of the 'Wolf', leaving Peter's dreams crippled, his instruments crushed, and his friends taken away. As the situation turns grave, will Peter find a way to regain the joy in music he used to feel?

HOMEBOUND is part of the SMU Arts Festival, A-PART, which was devised amid the Circuit Breaker period as a creative response to our shared experiences. The festival presents 8 original productions, including HOMEBOUND, to uplift the morale of a global stay-home audience.

4. Painting with Light 2020

National Gallery Singapore - Painting with Light 2020
Photo credits National Gallery Singapore

Location: Online 
Date:¬†2 Oct ‚Äď 25 Oct 2020¬†
Hour: All-day
Fee: Free

Painting with Light is National Gallery Singapore's annual film festival dedicated to films that explore artistic practices, art institutions, and moments in art history that resonate in the present.

This year, the festival returns online with its Southeast Asian Shorts section, featuring stories that reframe the notion of ‚Äúhome.‚Ä̬†

In this anthology of short films, tangible and intangible aspects of home‚ÄĒphysical dwelling and lived experience‚ÄĒinteract in different contexts. Collectively, they reveal the fragility of the concept itself, especially in the face of profound global changes that impact local environments.¬†

RELATED: Painting with Light 2020 Goes Digital! | National Gallery Singapore


Photo credits Jet Ho

Location: Online
Date: Available from 5 Oct 2020
Hour: - 
Fee: Free

The National Museum of Singapore presents #NEVERBEFORESG, Singapore’s first and largest online art showcase, guest curated by fashion designer veteran and multi-disciplinary artist Yang Derong. 

The online exhibit features 140 works by Singapore-based artists in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Showcasing newly commissioned works across various mediums such as photography, fashion, lyrical verse, and gaming, the works are divided into nine chapters, which reflect various themes on the circumstances during Singapore’s circuit breaker period.  

RELATED: #NEVERBEFORESG | Singapore’s First and Largest Online Art Showcase



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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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