Whether you’re Irish or not, you don’t want to miss the St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival in Singapore. Put on something green (or wear it head to toe!) and head to Circular Road on Boat Quay to soak up the festive atmosphere –celebrating Irish culture, taking in live music (see which acts will be performing here) and drinking plenty of beer.
March 16, 2018, 6-10pm, and March 17, 2018, 2-10pm
Circular Road, Boat Quay
NEXT: Celebrate Mother Earth →
WWF’s Earth Hour is back and bigger than ever. This year, experience nature through the Great Panda Quest – spot WWF’s Pandas in the city – and shop at inspired brands leading Singapore’s green movement at the Earth Hour Marketplace. Plus, join some of the biggest local acts for the 60+ Countdown Bash and watch the Singapore skyline dim before your eyes. As lights go out across the globe for Earth Hour, plug in to a global conversation about the planet and make your voice count using #Connect2Earth. For the latest updates and event details, visit pand.as/EarthHour. Free admission
March 16-25, 2018, multiple timings
Open area near The Float @ Marina Bay, 20 Raffles Ave, 039805
NEXT: One for the Kids →
Get yourself stuck in a spider’s web and meet Charlotte the proud owner in Act 3 International‘s parent-child drama workshops. Loosely based on E. B. White’s version about friendship and love, these interactive, tactile 45-minute workshops are designed to boost a child’s mental and physical development, and features storytelling that is intertwined with tonnes of drama activities and exercises in a warm and inviting environment, your child will develop creativity, empathy and a love for all things drama. Book online to register.
March 16-24, 2018, 10:30am
NEXT: Visit a Family Market →
Family is at the heart of the Family Artisanal Market at Novotel Singapore on Stevens, which will feature 27 vendors, a bouncy castle and various fringe activities for both parents and children. Families can look forward to a relaxed morning of yoga, working with a farmer to grow seedlings, balloon sculpting, belly dancing, face painting and much more. From wholesome edible goods to refreshing craft beers and a spread of healthy and natural products, the Market has something for everyone. Visit the Market’s Facebook page for a detailed list of activities and tickets.
17 March 2018, 10am – 4pm
Novotel Singapore on Stevens, 28 Stevens Rd, #01-01, 257878
NEXT: Check Out Some Art →
(image: National Arts Council)
In this edition of Art Day Out!, Gillman Barracks will celebrate A March of Design, which takes place in conjunction with Singapore Design Week 2018. Visitors can look forward to programme highlights such as the launch of a specially commissioned new major outdoor artwork by Thai artist, Kamin Lertchaiprasert, and new public programmes by DISINI, Gillman Barracks’ inaugural visual arts festival, hands-on art activities for children at Playeum as well as artist talks, F&B offerings and guided docent tours by Friends of the Museum. Visit the Facebook page for more info. Free admission
17 March, 2018, 2-7pm
Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Rd, 108937
NEXT: Hit the Streets →
The very best street performers from London’s Covent Garden makes its debut at Clarke Quay’s Streetfest at Fountain Square. Catch contortionist Bendy Em twist and turn her body to fit into a small perspex box, basketball in tow, meet Betty Brawn Strong Lady who will perform jaw-dropping fits of strength, be wowed by the stunts of Jump Stilts Extreme, Pancho Libre and escapologist Rob Roy Collins. Or simply take selfies with The Tree.
13-18 March 2018, from 7pm
Fountain Square, Clarke Quay
NEXT: Go Green! →
By Hazel Vincent De Paul, March 13, 2018
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