Join The Finder Kids for a Halloween event this weekend (and the next!) for a fun-filled afternoon of kookily creative activities for little ones at Inspired Arts’ new spacious studio at Trio @ 11 Sam Leong Road.
There will be plenty of prizes and treats to fill your goodie bags, as well as art, dancing, cookery and yummy food to enjoy. Come dressed in your best (either scariest, funniest or cutest) Halloween costumes. You won’t go home empty-handed!
Due to a limit of capacity for social distancing measures, only people who pre-register for the event will be able to attend. No walk-in registration will be entertained. Prepayment is also a MUST to confirm your booking. You will have to take a screenshot of the payment page to finish the booking.
The Finder Kids Halloween
24 and 31 October
3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Inspired Arts Studio, 11 Sam Leong Road, TRIO Level 2, 207903
Back for its fourth edition, the Community Garden Festival this year is themed ‘Gardening with Edibles’ and will be going online with an abundance of free gardening programmes, perfect for those of you with green thumbs. Learn from the experts about floral arrangements, gardening tips, and interesting DIY and crafts you can do to jazz up your garden.
Community Garden Festival
24 – 25 October
How could cancer treatment possibly affect your skin and what should you do to address any sensitivities and allergic reactions? Hear from Medical Oncologist & Medical Director at Icon Cancer Centre, Dr Karmen Wong on the latest drug treatments for breast cancer and Mrs Elizabeth Wong, the Director of Rexults Clinic & Rexults medSpa on how cancer treatments can affect your skin. Receive tips on safe, yet simple, body and skincare regimes that will help to ease discomfort through your cancer journey.
New Drugs for Breast Cancer and the Healthy Skin Solution
10 a.m – 11 a.m.
If you are looking for a unique Singapore experience, then this event is perfect for you! This December, the new Kampong G(e)lamping @ MHC programme will allow you to wake up in the lovely grounds of the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC), after spending an afternoon and night being immersed in the rich Malay cultural atmosphere of the Kampong Gelam heritage precinct. MHC is opening up its compound and inviting members of the public to experience glamping with a cultural twist with a never-before opportunity to spend a night under the stars on MHC’s beautiful lawn.
Registration for Kampong G(e)lamping @ MHC will open from 23 October 2020, 12 noon, on a first-come-first-served basis, on MHC’s Facebook and Instagram (@malayheritage). Sign up quickly as there will be only one slot per day available for sign-ups – each slot is priced at $450, and can accommodate up to five individuals, which can include adults and children (two years and above).
This PinkTober, dine at the Heart of Darkness and enjoy their limited edition signature items like their Veal Wrap (S$28++) featuring Shio koji veal wraps with grilled miso eggplant, confit tomatoes, pomegranate, pickled shallots and garlic chips. They will even have a special collaboration beer between Heart of Darkness Craft Brewery x Evil Twin Brewing, When You Open This Bottle, Real Raspberries Will Fly Out IPA (S$18++); and the Pink Pyjama cocktail (S$20++) made with Prohibition Gin, lemon, Heart of Darkness raspberry puree, First Sunset Kumquat Pale Ale and cream. The Singapore flagship of the Vietnam brewery will donate 10% of proceeds from each item sold throughout the month of October to the Breast Cancer Foundation of Singapore, or $10 from each set menu purchased.
Additionally, just for this Sunday, they will be having a special PinkTober brunch celebration with a free-flow offering of beer, bubbles and cocktails paired with Heart of Darkness’ signature brunch items and PinkTober charity menu (S$165++).
PinkTober at the Heart of Darkness
PinkTober deals: throughout October
Brunch: 25 October 2020, 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
1 Keong Saik Rd., 089109
vOilah! France Singapore Festival returns this year as the first foreign cultural festival to be held in Singapore since the start of Covid. It takes on a greater significance this year as it bears testament to the resilience of both France and Singapore, and the strength of its partnerships. Presented by the Embassy of France in Singapore, this year’s line-up carries a diverse range of on-site, and for the first time, virtual experiences to showcase the best of French and Singaporean innovation and creativity.
vOilah! France Singapore Festival
22 October – 22 November
Organised by the Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE), Asia’s largest celebration of Social Enterprises, FestivalForGood, will soon be returning for its largest edition yet – featuring 130 participating Social Enterprises from Singapore and the region, with a virtual twist. It will kick off this Saturday with the launch of a marketplace of socially-conscious products and services, a B2B Experience, interactive workshops, as well as a series of panel discussions among industry thought leaders. In the Marketplace, festival-goers can take their pick from a wide variety of quality products and services by local and regional Social Enterprises and the interactive online Workshops organised by Social Enterprises allow you to pick up new life skills.
24 October to 22 November
Mirage is an all new craft beer taproom and restaurant nestled on the ground level of The Parlour Singapore, a creative shophouse space along Owen Road. Celebrate the Grand Opening of Mirage with a curated beer and food menu, featuring opening specials like 1-for-1 craft beer and Yakitori Platters from $15. Discover Japanese cuisine with a Mediterranean twist and a 10 tap craft beer selection, that will satisfy the widest of palate.
Grand Opening of Mirage
22 – 25th October
12 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
140 Owen Rd, 218940
By Jashleen Kaur, October 2020 / Photos: respective events and Facebook
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