1. Easter Egg Hunt 2021 @ Fort Canning Park
The Singapore Philatelic Museum is hosting an Easter egg hunt for two Saturdays this April! Help Mr. Bunny get back home through a series of missions. Tickets are priced at $10 per child. Be sure to book your tickets soon before they sell out!
Easter Egg Hunt 2021
3 & 10 April 2021; 10.30 a.m. – 11.3o a.m.
Tickets are going at $10 per child (with one accompanying parent/guardian). Buy them online here.
Fort Canning Park, River Valley Rd., 179037
2. The Longest River Walk
Join SGTREK for a 20-kilometre nature walk along the The Kallang River this weekend! The Kallang River is the longest river in Singapore, flowing for 10 kilometres from the Lower Peirce Reservoir (originally named “Kallang River Reservoir”) to the Kallang Basin. Some places that will be explored along the journey include: Lower Peirce Reservoir Park, Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park, ABC Waters @ Kallang River, Waterways Watch Society, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands.
3. Easter Hop @ Waka Waka
Join Waka Waka at its Easter Hop event special this Easter! Easter Hop is ticketed event for children aged 3 to 10 years old – with a unique twist to the traditional Easter egg hunt. The hunt will consist of four stations that will ensure kiddos (and parents!) are engaged through dramatic play, riddles and tongue twisters. Each child will also receive a good bag!
Easter Hop @ Waka Waka
2 – 4 April 2021; 10 a.m., 12 p.m. or 2 p.m.
Tickets are priced at $38 per child (inclusive of one admission ticket, Easter Hop activity and a goodie bag). Buy them here.
Waka Waka, 407 Havelock Rd., #05-01, 169634
4. Compost Demonstration & Games by The Green Collective
Learn all about composting and how to do it with crash course this weekend! Drop by its Compost Demonstration at The Green Collective SG these two weekends as they show you various home composting set-ups and do demonstrations of aerobic and bokashi composting. Bring your little ones along for compost-themed fun and games too!
Compost Demonstration & Games by The Green Collective
3 & 17 April 2021; 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
The Green Collective SG, #02-18, Funan Mall, 107 North Bridge Rd., 179105
5. Publico X Grey Goose: Live Like Summer Never Ends Picnic
This Easter, Publico Ristorante is partnering up with famous French vodka house, Grey Goose, to host the Live Like Summer Never Ends Picnic. Enjoy Luxury Picnic Baskets ($315++ for pre-orders; $350++ on the day), complete with 700ml bottle Grey Goose Vodka, Fever Tree mixers, fresh fruits, two signatures Publico pizzas, picnic blanket and table games. Check out the menu here for more information!
Guests are encouraged to book Friday lunch to enjoy its a la carte food and drinks menu. A picnic basket will then be delivered to each pre-ordered table for drinkers to luxuriate their afternoon away, sipping the finest Grey Goose & Fever Tree cocktails in the breezy riverfront surrounds of Publico.
Publico X Grey Goose: Live Like Summer Never Ends Picnic
2 April 2021; 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Tickets are priced at $315++. Book online here
Publico Ristorante, Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay, 1 Nanson Rd., 238909
6. Quintessentially English Concert
Join chamber orchestra, re:Sound, at Victoria Concert Hall this Easter, where prodigious chamber musician Chan Yoong Han directs an evening of English favourites, beginning with Elgar’s Serenade for Strings. Chloe Chua, joint 1st Prize winner (Junior) at the 2018 Yehudi Menuhin Competition returns to perform with re:Sound in Vaughan Williams’ contemplative The Lark Ascending.
The concert is also topped off by selections from the Water Music Suites, one the most well recognised works of English classical music, written by the German-born George Frideric Handel, who later became a naturalised British subject.
7. Pacing Yourself: Taking Care Of Ourselves As We Care For Others Virtual Session
Do you find yourself struggling to balance work responsibilities, personal commitments and community contribution? You are not alone. Sometimes it can be difficult to pace ourselves when we do not place proper boundaries. Mental stressors are commonplace, yet hard to talk about, especially if you have a leadership role in your community. While committing to championing a cause, how may you care for your mental wellbeing?
Join NVPC Community Matters and Impart in an interactive session to learn more about how we can better pace ourselves, address burnout, and develop a culture of care in our communities! Through this session, learn more and demystify existing myths of burnout (or even self care!). Some topics that will be covered include: the different types of stress, how to care for mental wellbeing, how to prevent and overcome burnout, how and why pacing oneself is important and how to help those around you prioritise mental wellbeing.
Pacing Yourself: Taking Care Of Ourselves As We Care For Others Virtual Session
1 April 2021; 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Free virtual event. Register here!
By Willaine G. Tan, March 2021 / Images: Courtesy of the respective events’ social media pages and/or websites credited.
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