Get your little ones moving with the Little Movers: Ballet/Creative Dance Series for children aged 4 to 7. Mena’s Dance Xchange has put together weekly Thursday ballet zoom sessions for your child to learn the fundamentals of ballet right from your living room!
Tickets are priced at $35 for all 5 lessons.
Did someone say Fried Chicken? What better way is there to enjoy Fried Chicken Day than by learning how to whip some up by yourself! Take your cooking skills to the next level by joining the online masterclass hosted by Chef Angela-Michelle and learn how to cook the classic Fried Chicken and Waffles
Tickets are at $29 to join the zoom session
The perfect fusion of Art and writing can be experienced at An Ekphrastic Series. Singapore’s leading writers, poets and playwrights will be invited to respond to exhibitions hosted by the National Gallery, culminating in creative writing pieces inspired by their artworks.
Please note that the programme will be broadcasted online via Facebook Live at the Gallery’s Facebook page. A live Q&A will be hosted on the comments thread during the programme.
There is no better way to appreciate nature and some music this month of July than by attending NParks free online special events!
NParks Spotlight – Understanding Our Local Biodiversity
Learn from a new series of weekly online talks that features in-house experts from the National Biodiversity Centre division. They will share about the fascinating creatures and habitats that can be found right here, in our City in Nature. The series will be held online weekly in the month of July on Saturday mornings from 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
Singapore Symphony Orchestra City in Nature Concert
In celebration of the fifth anniversary of the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ UNESCO World Heritage Site inscription, NParks and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra bring you the very first City in Nature Concert! Enjoy this concert on 26 July from 6 p.m. to 6.45 p.m.
T:>Works has put together the Festival of Women N.O.W. 2020, a way to celebrate, simply put, being a woman. Witness women championing women, celebrating each other’s talent and strength with the ultimate aim of advancing issues that women face daily.
Enjoy the French National Day with the same zest and joy this year with this virtual celebration! Learn more about Bastille Day and how to make the ultimate Bleu Blanc Rouge cocktail!
Register in advance to get the link to the party.
Be part of the first ever digital edition of the annual 24-Hour Playwriting Competition. Expend your creativity by creating a one-of-a-kind story based on a given theme. over the span of 24 hours. Stand the chance to win attractive prizes!
Sign up by 17 July to take part in the competition and the registration fee will be $30.
Take the rare opportunity to learn some dance moves from Korea’s 1 MILLION Dance studio’s Koosung and Jinwoo in their Dance Workshop. You can even ask your burning dance questions at the end during the Q&A session!
Tickets are at $20 each and are selling fast!
Do you absolutely adore admiring the gardens around the world? The Asian Civilisation Museum has organised an online lecture, Fridays with Friends! Historical gardens of Southeast Asia to feed your passion! Learn more about the specific principles of landscape architecture and abstract symbolism of Southeast Asian gardens.
This online lecture is absolutely free! Slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fridays with Friends! Historical gardens of Southeast Asia
7 to 8 p.m.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Answer this age old question in this virtual run! Pick either Team Chicken or Team Egg and compete with your family and friends to decide once and for all which comes first. Take part in the 1KM, 5KM, 10KM run or the Tik Tok Chicken Challenge. All profits collected from the run will go to “Our Chicken Story”, a non-profit organisation that aims to feed those living in food scarce areas.
Registration fees for the run will be donation based and closes on 31 July
Chicken or Egg Virtual Run & Tik Tok Challenge 2020
1 July to 30 September
By Jashleen Kaur, July 2020 / Photos: respective events and Facebook
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