There are so many things happening each month in Singapore. Whether it is a fun activity for the kids, a show to catch or a new school opening, here’s our list of what’s new and happening around the city for the whole family.
Keep in Shape
Enrol in Bounce Fit, a new structured 45-minute exercise class at BOUNCE Singapore, and challenge yourself with a high-intensity, low-impact cardio workout that strengthens your core, improves all-over muscle tone and increases your heart rate. Don’t forget to get your hands on a 10-Session Multipass for $150, a saving of $100 across those sessions. #09-01 Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road. bounceinc.com.sg/bounce-fit
Boutiques returns for its Spring/Summer edition, from 16 to 18 March. This iconic fair will feature over 200 independent labels offering women’s and men’s fashion, accessories, home and lifestyle products, children’s items and more. Pick up new skills at workshops, chat with designers, support charities and catch roving fashion shows. What’s more, the fair supports socially responsible business, so you can shop without a care. Opening hours are 9am to 8pm (16 March) and 10am to 6pm (17 and 18 March). F1 Pit Building, Level 2 and 3. boutiquefairs.com.sg
Ushering in the New Year
Stamford American International School’s Early Learning Village has been decorated with a life-size dragon by students and teachers for Chinese New Year. Lead by art teacher Ben de Quadrros-Wander, K1 students worked to create the giant mythical creature using pieces of paper decorated with hand-drawn scale patterns. sais.edu.sg
Laugh Out Loud
Popular comedian Russell Peters will be in town on 24 February as part of his Deported World Tour. Canadian born and of Indian descent, he last performed in Asia in 2015 and 2016, as part of a global tour that took him to dozens of countries and saw him do shows in front of more than 300,000 fans; this time around, his act will feature one of David Letterman’s favourite comics, American Jake Johannsen. Ticket prices start from $108. Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Popular Hong Kong party performers Rumple and Friends are now in Singapore! Offering a wide range of children’s entertainment, they have 13 characters that’ll fit any party theme – from birthday parties to corporate events or family days. Refer a friend to book a party in Singapore and you (and them!) will enjoy 10 percent off the next booking. Contact email@example.com for more details. rumpleandfriends.sg
School Notices has launched its new Asia platform, schoolnoticesasia.com, in Singapore. This is a free and secure marketplace where members can buy, sell and advertise, while supporting fundraising efforts for their school – member schools benefit from 25 percent of advertising revenue affiliated to them. Targeting international school parents, staff and alumni, the site goes beyond buying and selling. There are sections dedicated to jobs, events and community posts where parents can look for work experience, internships and voluntary work for themselves or their children. Even if your school isn’t registered, you’re still able to join the community. schoolnoticesasia.com
Looking for a Preschool?
White Lodge offers education for children aged 6 months to 6.5 years at seven centres islandwide, where they are taught life skills and to discover and learn through a hands-on approach. From now until 15 March, registration fees will be waived for enrolments at the Upper Bukit Timah and Upper East Coast centres. Upper Bukit Timah: 1 Jalan Siap, 6314 5481 | Upper East Coast: 36 Toh Drive, 6543 1802. whitelodge.edu.sg
Just for Kids
Aimed at fostering creativity and teaching socio-emotional subjects, EYEYAH is a new visually-driven learning experience consisting of a series of publications for children. Released on 6 February, the inaugural activity book on the topic of online dangers, entitled “INTERNET”, is made up of over 30 brightly coloured artwork and interactive activities such as mazes and emoji drawing. It will be available online and at selected bookstores for $9.50.
Love is in the air
Looking for a Valentine’s Day gift? Mo Li Hua Vintage Watches & Jewellery at Cluny Court offers one-of-a-kind vintage jewellery pieces. Curated from all over the world, the collection includes brooches, rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets in Victorian, Art Deco and modern styles. #02-29 Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Road. facebook.com/molihuawj
Middleton International School will be opening in the second quarter of 2018. Offering a through-train pathway from Nursery 2 to High School (3 to 18 years), the school’s fees will start from $15,000 per annum (Primary). The curriculum offered will be the International Primary Curriculum in the Primary years, inspired by the Singapore MOE curriculum, IGCSE in Grade 9 and 10, followed by A Levels in High School. This will be the second Middleton campus, after the first was set up in January 2017 at Upper Bukit Timah. The new campus will be located at 2 Tampines Street 92. middleton.edu.sg
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