Wondering what to do this weekend? Here’s the SG Lifestyle Team’s weekly round-up of FREE WEEKEND ACTIVITES TO DO IN SINGAPORE (well, mostly free) during Phase 3 as we try to adapt to a new normal while waiting for the current COVID-19 situation to improve.
This includes a mixture of virtual/digital events/activities you can do at home, as well as physical events/places to visit/attend. Nevertheless, please do your due diligence to do your part to stay safe.
Recommended Advisory Notice: Let’s play our part to Stay Safe during this period:
Wear a mask and see a doctor promptly if you are sick!
Wash your hands regularly and properly using soap and water!
1) Check Out: The Vintage Fair at Journey East
When: 6 & 7 March (Sat-Sun)
Time: 10am to 6pm both days
Where: Journey East [#03-02 Tan Boon Liat building]
2) Workout to Fitness: Burn 200 Calories with this 12-Minute No-Repeat Tabata HIIT Workout (No Equipment!)
Need to shed some calories fast but do not have much time? This week, SG Lifestyle’s fitness pick for the week brings you Burn 200 Calories with this 12-Minute No-Repeat Tabata HIIT Workout (No Equipment!) by Rachel Gulotta Fitness. There are beginner modifications included in this workout which are low-impact in case you have not exercised for a while. Low-impact doesn’t mean low-intensity! You’ll still break a sweat while you stay healthy. Get started now.
3) Contest: What do you do with your used tissues at our dining places?
Be a good and responsible citizen by identifying and commenting who did it right with their used tissue at our dining places.
You could be one of the 6 lucky winners to walk away with a Porter takeaway set (includes a reusable container and stainless steel utensils) and a foldable reusable bag!
4) Visit: Singapore Art Book Fair
Singapore Art Book Fair (SGABF) returns this year for its Re:source Edition from March 5 to March 7. This time, the fair is taking place across two venues: NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore and 72-13, home of The Curators Academy and T:>Works.
Discover independent artists, designers, distributors, small presses, institutions, galleries, zinemakers and printmakers at the physical fair. It’s free to all and open to the public, but you’ll have to register and book a slot on singaporeartbookfair.org.
In the event of no-shows, walk-in visitors will be allowed to take their place. At NTU CCA Singapore, walk-ins will be allowed entry 10 minutes after the hour. Final entry will be 7.10 pm; this slot will last till 8 pm. At 72-13, walk-ins will be allowed entry 10 minutes after every half an hour. Final entry will be 6.40 pm; this slot will last till 8 pm. Do note that walk-in spots are not guaranteed, and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
5) Online: Huayi–Chinese Festival of Arts
The Esplanade’s Huayi-Chinese Festival of Arts is back with an ox-citing line-up of theatre, music and dance programmes that highlight the wit, imagination, and curiosity of leading Chinese artists from Singapore and beyond. In case you missed it – re-watch it online HERE.
We hope you enjoy this week’s round-up of weekend activities to do in Singapore FOR FREE!
More importantly – stay safe and don’t say we NEVER share!
Psst… Need even more ideas on what to do?
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