What’s On This Week: 23 – 29 September

Looking for somewhere to bring your little ones this week? Here are our top picks of things to do with the family in the week ahead.

 

Baby Feeding Cafe

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Organised by Beloved Bumps Singapore, mums who are still breastfeeding can meet other like-minded mummies and share their experience. A breastfeeding specialist and a midwife will be on hand to dispense advice to mums who may be facing breastfeeding challenges and there’ll be a giveaway at the end of the session. 

Venue: Blu Kouzina
Date: 28 September 2017
Time: 10am to 12pm

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Symphony in the Park: Stage and Screen

Spend Saturday evening with the family enjoying iconic music from blockbuster movies, including tunes from the James Bond and Indiana Jones movies, as well as the more recent shows such as Frozen. The orchestra will also be playing classical pieces such as Mozart’s Symphony No. 25, Tchaikovsky’s Marche Slave, and Czardas by Monti.

Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens
Date: 23 September 2017
Time: 6pm to 7pm

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FamFest

Head to Café Melba Goodman Arts Centre for their first-ever FamFest. There’ll be a flea market, music and Café Melba’s popular sausage sizzle. For the minis, there is a bouncy castle, face painting and mini art workshops. 

Venue: Café Melba Goodman Arts Centre
Date: 23 September 2017
Time: 11am to 9pm

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Paper Planet By Polyglot Theatre

Let your little ones get in touch with their creative side at the Paper Planet art installation, where young and old can fill cardboard trees with paper creations of their own. Parents can bond with their little ones by making paper models of creatures, vines, flowers, costumes and fantastical construction, and this hands-on art installation will help children explore an imaginative world of adventure in their own masterpieces.

Venue: National Gallery
Date: 28 September to 1 October 2017
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