5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (9th - 15th Nov 2020)

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1. Storytelling Series: The Story of Diwali

Storytelling Series_The Story of Diwali
Photo credits Gateway Theatre

Location: Online – SISTIC Live
Date: 14 Nov – 20 Nov 2020
Hour: 11 am – 11 pm 
Fee: Free

With Deepavali coming up, Gateway Kids Club’s Storytelling Series is bringing you ‘The Story of Diwali’. Join Storyteller Dwayne to embark on an epic saga of Prince Rama rescuing his wife Sita from the demon king Ravana, and discover Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world celebrate the victory of light over darkness, and good over evil.

2. Arts in Your Neighbourhood 2nd Season

Arts in Your Neighbourhood 2nd Season
Photo credits National Arts Council

Location: Online and On-site
Date: 12 Nov – 29 Nov 2020
Hour: - 
Fee: Free 

Arts in Your Neighbourhood is returning this month for another run. With a focus on the towns of Kallang and Geylang, the festival will be featuring a hybrid of online and on-site programs. 

Arts in Your Neighbourhood 2nd Season
Photo credits National Arts Council

From online music, dance and theatre performances to visual art murals and a dynamic light projection display on the façade of Old Airport Road Hawker Centre, you can enjoy an engaging line-up of multi-genre and interactive art experiences from the comfort of your homes or up close in person.

RELATED: 7 Events Not To Be Missed At Arts in Your Neighbourhood November 2020

3. November Camp Junior Urban Farmer

November Camp Junior Urban Farmer
Photo credits Edible Garden City

Location: Edible Garden City, 60 Jalan Penjara, Singapore 149375
Date: 24 Nov – 26 Nov 2020
Hour: 8.30 am – 12.30 pm (24 – 25) | 10 am – 2 pm (26)
Fee: $380/child (inclusive of all materials)
Suitable Ages: 5 – 9 years

Edible Garden City (EGC) is inviting young ones to immerse themselves into the farm life for three days through the November Camp Junior Urban Farmer. Kids can expect to meet EGC farmers, go on a multi-sensory tour of the farm, discover how plants, animals and insects all depend on one another, and why it is important to protect nature, as well as pick up tips and tricks of gardening. 

November Camp Junior Urban Farmer
Photo credits Edible Garden City

They will also be able to explore the multiple farm treasure and create their very own piece of art, which they’ll get to take home. Not only will little ones experience the joys of outdoor exploration but they will also learn to appreciate nature!

4. My Gym Holiday Workshop: Trolls Party

My Gym Holiday Workshop: Trolls Party
Photo credits My Gym

Location: Tampines | Marine Parade | Punggol | Great World City | Jurong East
Date: 28 Nov 2020
Hour: 2 hrs
Fee: $80 (member) | $160 (non-member)
Suitable Ages: 3 – 8 years

My Gym Children’s Fitness Centre is presenting a series of themed workshops this holiday season. Available at their Tampines, Marine Parade, Punggol, Great World City, and Jurong East outlets, the workshops are spread across November and December. Coming up soon, on 28 Nov, Saturday is the Trolls Party! Little ones can enjoy fun games, arts and crafts, songs and dance while developing their skills at the same times! 

RELATED: $20 OFF My Gym Holiday Workshop 2020 (eVoucher)

5. Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2020 [Inclusive Event]

Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2020 [Inclusive Event]
Photo credits Club Rainbow Singapore

Location: Online
Date: 28 Nov – 2 Dec 2020
Hour: -
Fee: Free (unless otherwise stated)

Dreamseeds Arts Festival is an annual event that champions inclusivity in the arts. It offers the beneficiaries of Club Rainbow (Singapore) an opportunity to realise their creative potential and connect with the community through art. Club Rainbow supports these young talents by providing resources and working with local creative practitioners to offer mentorship programmes.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the festival is going digital this year. The festival, themed Prism of Imagination, will be featuring a variety of performances, artworks and interactive workshops! 



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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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