Five Places To Take The Kids For Children’s Day 2016

Like to take the kids somewhere special this weekend for children’s day but have no idea where to go? Here are five places that have prepared some fun activities to keep the little ones suitably entertained in style.

1. Mini Melissa Dance Dance Baby Party

Join Melissa Singapore as they celebrate Children’s Day with an array of exciting activities for both you and the apple(s) of your eye. Be entertained with amusing icebreakers and cheery sing-alongs while you adorn your mini-me’s hair with glitzy hair decorations. Also, take part in fun-filled activities such as creative balloon sculpting and temporary tattoos. The first 50 to register will receive a complimentary goodie bag. The best-dressed mummy and daughter pair will win a pair of Melissa shoes each!

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Date/Day: Friday, October 7 2016
Time: 4.30pm to 6.30pm
Venue: One Raffles Place Level 1 Atrium, 1 Raffles Place, #01-11/12, Singapore 048616
Price: Admission is free

2. Children’s Day Brunch at Mitzo Restaurant & Bar

With the launch of its new kids corner Mitzo Restaurant & Bar has become one of the most family-friendly yum cha venues in town. To celebrate Children’s Day, Mitzo is making its weekend brunch menu available on Friday, 7 October 2016 (otherwise only available on Saturdays and Sundays). With a selection of delectable Cantonese dishes to choose from, guests can indulge in dim sum delights alongside luxurious items such as lobster, abalone and bamboo clam dishes, while the little ones are entertained in an adjacent playroom.

Date/Day: Friday, October 7 2016
Time: 12.00pm to 12.30pm
Venue: Level 4, Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857
Price: S$68++ per adult, children under six dine for free, six to 12 year olds enjoy 50% off
Reservations:   +65 6603 8855 / [email protected]

3. Young Learners’ Festival 2016

Presented by Science Centre Singapore, the latest edition of the Young Learners’ Festival includes a lineup of fun and educational activities this Children’s Day. This year’s theme is ‘Nature’s Explorers’ where kids are given the opportunity to participate in hands-on activities and bring home their own handmade souvenirs. Watch as the kids immerse themselves in the Science Centre’s Ecogarden where they get to interact with plants and animals. Finally, a fascinating Science show will end the day’s activities. Click here for more information.

Date/Day: Friday, October 7 2016
Time: 1.30pm to 5.00pm
Venue: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081
Price: S$2 fee per activity

4. Families for Life Picnic: Children’s Day Edition

This weekend, Families for Life is organising a picnic in celebration of Children’s Day. Spend quality time  with the family at the Families for Life Picnic complete with fun activities such as musical performances and a movie under the stars. Registration for the event has closed but walk-ins are still welcome to join. Click here to find out more details.

Date/Day: Saturday, October 8 2016
Time: 5.00pm to 9.30pm
Venue: The Lawn @ Marina Bay, 8A Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018984
Price: Admission is free

5. Octoburst! 2016

The annual Octoburst! — A Children’s Festival is back again. Kids are invited to embark on a story-filled adventure where they get to enjoy delightful performances and hands-on workshops. With a mix of free and ticketed programmes, Octoburst! is the perfect festival to encourage play and family fun while immersing in a world of terrific tales and creative endeavours. Highlights include Introduction to The Nutcracker Ballet and a bento-making workshop where experienced instructor, Angelia Lau, guides the little ones in food preparation. Click here to find out more about the event.

Date/Day: Friday to Sunday, October 7 to 9 2016
Time: Various programmes and timings
Venue: The Esplanade, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
Price: Varies

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