The workshop led by Pastry Chef Instructor Ching Nee will feature tutorials on how to make various puff pastries. The pastries covered include Wild Mushrooms Ragout Vol-au-Vent, Classic Napoleon Zesty Yuzu Orange Curd Pastry and Flaky Style Egg Tarts. The class costs $180 per person and you can register by contacting 9688 2777.
French Style Puff Pastry Series Workshop
10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
466 Crawford Lane #02-16, 190466
The Straits Enclave brings you an afternoon tea experience like no other. The photo worthy event lets you enjoy traditional Peranakan tea time snacks and special tea brews, while also getting the hands-on experience on making your own Kueh Pie Tee (a traditional Peranakan snack). Tickets are priced at $36 for adults and $30 for children under the age of 12.
Peranakan Afternoon Tea & FREE Guided Heritage Tour
2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
318a Joo Chiat Rd, 427569
Two words. Pyjama. Party. Put on your best PJs and tune in for the first worldwide virtual festival to celebrate life and support artists organised by SEVENFRIDAY in collaboration with Shawn Stockman of BoyzIIMen. Catch Shawn Stockman on the LA stage, Mat.Joe, The Rising Lights, AIYKO and Zukunftsmusik on the Berlin stage and Madoc and other special guests on the Mumbai stage. Get your ticket here at just $30!
Your Favorite Pyjama Festival
12 p.m. onwards
To draw Goodwood Park’s 120th Anniversary to a close, it will have an array of festive treats available for takeaway from 1 to 26 December 2020. The new festive takeaway menu includes dishes featuring Christmas classics with a twist such as the Goodwood Black Thorn Durian Christmas Log Cake and Crispy ‘Char Siew’ Turkey with Pine Nuts Kataifi. You can place your order here.
Yuletide Celebrations With Time-Honoured Favourites at Goodwood Park
1 – 26 December 2020
Celebrate a warm and whimsy Christmas this year at the ArtScience Museum with a season-long screening of wintry themed episodes from Adventures from Moominvalley, the 1990-91 series that follows the magical quests of a young Moomin and his friends in the idyllic Moominvalley. There will be 4 screenings daily of all five episodes at 11 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 4 p.m., 6.30 p.m.
Christmas Screenings: Adventures from Moominvalley
8 December – 10 January
Arts Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, 018974
Experience the wonderful world of herbs at this Young Herbalist workshop specially designed for children ages 5-7 years old. Gain confidence in identifying local and Mediterranean herbs from their garden, make herb salts, work with dried herbs and make your own infused water while picking up some gardening skills. You can also discover the role herbs play in everyday life through a guided walk and story-based activities.
The Young Herbalist
11 – 17 December
Goodman Arts Centre
90 Goodman Rd, 439053
“Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” will present some of the most extraordinary objects and documents to showcase centuries old history that retraces the legacy of the train, allowing visitors to discover events that transformed the world, and shaped the map. Explore the tracks and landscapes that generations before had once travelled on, and witness what then, only a few explorers and diplomats had.
Tickets are at $25 and they are even offering a Family Bundle at $88 (2 Adults & 2 Children – ages 3-12).
Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express
12 December – 13 June
Gardens By The Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, West Lawn, 018953
By Jashleen Kaur, December 2020 / Photos: respective events and Facebook
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