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9 Things to Do in Singapore During November

1. Movember (Nov. 1 – 30)

It’s the month of the moustache! Gentlemen, start clean-shaven on the 1st, then grow and groom your whiskers throughout Movember to raise awareness for men’s health.

 

2. Leather Forever (Nov. 3 – Dec. 13)

Leather forever

Explore Thierry Hermès love for leather at the Asian Civilisations Museum. On display: rare books, paintings and equestrian items. (Free)

 

3. Affordable Art Fair (Nov. 12 -15)

Hit the Affordable Art Fair for paintings, sculpture and photography by emerging and established contemporary artists, with prices ranging from $100 and $10,000. Don’t miss the Under $1,000 wall! ($18)

 

4. NCA Charity Christmas Fair (Nov. 19, 10 am to 5 pm)

At the Netherlands Charity Association’s yearly fair, pick out cute ornaments and other Dutch goodies, or enter the lucky draw for a KLM ticket to Amsterdam! Proceeds go to NCA charities.

 

5. The Emperor’s New Clothes (Nov. 20 – Dec. 12)

The Emperor's New Clothes

For its annual Christmas show, Wild Rice reworks Hans Christian Andersen’s tale with some Asian flair: satire from Siti Khalijah and Lim Kay Siu and a high-fashion escapade from the Bangkok-based Tube Gallery. ($45 and up; Drama Centre Theatre)

 

6. AWA Thanksgiving Picnic (Nov. 22)

Share gratitude and grub at the American Women’s Association’s Thanksgiving family picnic. Enjoy a traditional turkey dinner and sides; BYO favourite desserts and drinks. Online registration required. ($25 per child, $55 per adult)

 

7. World HypnoBirthing Day (Nov. 22)

Calling all expectant mums! It’s SG’s first World HypnoBirthing Day – and the birthing method’s 25th year. Learn how to avoid common mistakes in birth preparation, win prenatal yoga sessions and more. ($30 for singles, $40 for couples; 181 Orchard Rd, Level 10)

 

8. Whisky Live 2015 (Nov. 28 and 29)

Sample smoky culinary creations from some of Singapore’s best bars and restaurants (Burnt Ends, Meat Smith, 28 Hong Kong Street), then wash it down with your choice of more than 90 whiskies and spirits. ($95 and up; Capella Hotel, Sentosa Island; )

 

9. Neon Lights (Nov. 28 and 29)

The inaugural music festival features six stages and a line-up that includes Mercury Rev, Damien Rice and Nouvelle Vague. Families: Check out the circus, wearable art and movement workshops. Fans of the written word will dig Lit Up @ Neon’s literary readings and more. ($40 and up; Fort Canning Park)

 

 

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