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 2 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) Try Out: 2 Ingredients Pizza Dough NO OVEN NO YEAST
Are you a huge fan of pizza? Come and try this easy 2 Ingredients Pizza Dough NO OVEN NO YEAST recipe by ZaTaYaYummy and share it with your family. Have a yummylicious treat this weekend.
2) Workout to Fitness: LOVE = FITNESS ! 11 Smart Workout Hacks & Healthy Exercise Routine
Checkout SG Lifestyle’s fitness pick for the week LOVE = FITNESS ! 11 Smart Workout Hacks & Healthy Exercise Routine by Girly Panda. Keep in shape this weekend while discovering many different exercises you can do at home. Learn a plethora of smart sport hacks to help you out and ease your daily exercise routine!
3) Get Creative: Crafting for weekend – Bulbasaur / Charmander / Squirtle
Show your inner child or impress your kids by learning to craft these 3 1st Generation Pokemons – Bulbasaur / Charmander / Squirtle by Squash Clay. You gotta craft them all this weekend!
4) Contest: “Art In Colour” #UOBArtExplorer
The 39th UOB POY competition is now open for submissions. As part of #UOBArtExplorer initiative to kickstart the competition, take part in the “Art In Colour” art activity that brings to life the winning artwork from the winner of 2015 UOB POY (Thailand), Bronze Award.
All you need to do is to colour the artwork and share them through the Facebook comments. The best 5 entries will each receive S$200 NTUC FairPrice vouchers. Contest ends on 27 September 2020. Start colouring this weekend!
5) Play: Path of Exile
You are an Exile, struggling to survive on the dark continent of Wraeclast, as you fight to earn power to exact your revenge against those who wronged you. With deep character customisation with its sprawling passive skill tree, socketable skill gems, immense itemisation and crafting system, you can pick from seven starting classes and 18 sub-classes. Play solo or alongside up to five friends. Download it HERE for free!
6) Virtual Event: Moonfest Online – Family Fun for All!
Here’s a series of virtual events lined up for you this weekend by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration is an annual traditional Chinese arts festival held in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival, offering an exciting lineup of online performances and events for everyone. Featuring traditional hand puppets, DIY smartphone filters and Osmanthus Flower & Longan Jelly Mooncake, learning the basics of Wing Chun and rediscovering mid-autumn festival, enjoy a fun-filled weekend watching these virtually with your family.
26 SEP, SAT
🕒 3pm The Magic Paintbrush
🕔 5pm Craft Activity – Make Your Own Smartphone Filter
27 SEP, SUN
🕒 3pm DIY Osmanthus Flower & Longan Jelly Mooncake
🕔 5pm Fun with Wing Chun
🕣 8.30pm Canto @ Heart
More details HERE.
7) Contest: MID-AUTUMN GIVEAWAY by FoodLine
Want to win some yummy mooncakes from TCC or 1x $88 FoodLine Voucher? Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with FoodLine!
All you need to do:
It’s so easy. Take part today!
8) Virtual Event: SAFRA Yishun Esports Fiesta (ONLINE)
Hands up if you are a fan of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. SAFRA Yishun Esports Fiesta is happening on 26 & 27 Sept, from 11am till 5pm on SAFRA Yishun’s Facebook Page, watch popular streamers and pro gamers battle it out! Take part in the activities and you could walk away with attractive in-game items sponsored by Singtel’s PVP Esports. Also, stand a chance to win the grand lucky draw with up to $3000 worth of prizes, including Royale Ergonomics Gaming Chairs and Prism+ Monitors!
More details available HERE!
9) Free Redemption: Collect Your Free Reusable Masks From Temasek Foundation
Just in case you are unaware, Temasek Foundation is giving out more free reusable masks this month, with more in new limited edition colours available for purchase. Each Singapore resident can collect two free reusable masks till Oct 4, 11.59pm from vending machines at over 800 locations islandwide. All Singapore residents will be entitled to a free mask kit — each contains two white antimicrobial MaskSafe DET30 masks, the same ones you received in June. Smaller sized white masks suitable for kids from three to 12 are also available this time around.
10) Virtual Event: Startup Weekend Singapore 2020: Tomorrow
Calling all youths! Unite with a community of youth leaders, developers, scientists, and impact heroes to decode the challenges of today. The world as you see it struggles with global unemployment, mental health issues, injustice against vulnerable communities, and a concerned Mother Earth. You have the power to shape the future. This 25-27 September, immerse yourself for 54 hours in a space with dreamers and doers, and let startup magic happen. You have the power to shape the future.
More details HERE.
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Startup Weekend Singapore 2020: Tomorrow has officially launched! ✨🤩 This coming 25-27 September, descend into a world filled with startup magic and unite with a community of youth leaders, developers, scientists, and impact heroes to decode the challenges that our future generation will face in the coming decade. Bring forth your bold dreams, aspirations, and ambitions for the world you want to live in! Get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/SWSG-IG-launch and join us on a magical journey where YOU have the power to shape the future! *Special Early bird tickets now on sale! #swsg2020 #startupweekendsingapore #startupweekend #nycsg #startupx #startups #startup #hackathon #youth #challenge #reimagine
11) Contest: WIN A SURPRISE GIFT by Our Tampines Hub
Fancy a surprise gift? All you need is to take a photo with the #iloveOTH sign, upload the photo on your Facebook/Instagram and hashtag #iloveOTH, then show the uploaded photo at the Information Counter at L1 of Our Tampines Hub to receive your surprise gift! Redemptions are for the first 5 participants daily.
12) Virtual Event: Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival
Held online via the memorial hall’s Facebook page (@sysnmh), Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival aims to bring heritage to closer to home through an exciting line-up of family-friendly digital initiatives such as cooking classes, storytelling sessions, interactive craft demonstrations and more. Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival and learn about Chinese traditions and customs from the comfort of your own home with the inaugural digital edition of the well-loved Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations by the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall!
Programme details available HERE.
13) Back a kickstarter project + FREE Demo: Lonesome Village | Cute puzzle-filled life simulator
Lonesome Village is a cozy, quiet town struggling to rebuild after a strange calamity wiped out their homes. Take the role of Wes the coyote and help bring this village back from the brink of destruction in a puzzle-filled life sim! Make your pledge if you wish to support this project today; or download the demo for FREE to play here!
14) IG-Worthy Location: 7-Eleven X Coca-Cola Crossover Store
Calling all Coca-Cola fans! You wouldn’t want to miss the brand’s first concept store in Singapore! The Coca-Cola X 7-Eleven crossover store, located at the House of Eden in Raffles Place and designed in Coca-Cola’s iconic shade of red, is now open. “Relax and refresh” in a vibrant environment that provides plenty of photo-opportunities for your Instagram posts this weekend.
Where: The House of Eden, 4 Robinson Road Singapore 048543
15) Virtual Performance: Cipta Cita by Esplanade
Go on an exciting journey to uncover stories being told through performances and discover the elegance and nuances of the Malay language. This year, the spotlight is on the wordsmiths behind the pantun, a Malay poetic form, dikir barat, a popular style of Malay choral singing as well as new theatrical and musical productions. Watch this performance to celebrate the Malay language through a diverse range of art forms.
16) Virtual Event: Beyond the Label Fest 2020
Back for the 3rd year in a row, Beyond the Label is an initiative by the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) aiming to address the stigma of mental health in our society. From 26th-27th September 2020, you’ll be able to take part in virtual activities that’ll enrich your knowledge of mental health, from chocolate making to virtual escape rooms.
Check out the full events schedule HERE. You may also choose to make a small $10 donation to Community Chest to participate in more events.
17) Shopping Spree: 3-in-1: Our Biggest SALE EVER!
Hop by the Covetella Clearance + Pre-Loved Sale where you can access thousands of designer dresses and accessories at a fraction of the prices. From petite to plus size, emerging designers to luxury brands, Covetella Storewide Clearance Sale offers the largest selection of designer dresses and accessories for all your special occasions. What’s more you can also visit the Curated Pre-Loved Sale to access coveted closets from local fashionistas and snag tons of pre-loved casual, work, and resort wear at the lowest prices or the Maskela Sample Sale to get their popular designer face masks.
Where: 201 Henderson Road, #04-08 Singapore 159545 (By RSVP only). RSVP now at Covetella.com.
Note: Please bring your email confirmation and your own shopping bag. You will have 1 hour to shop ’til you drop so please come on time for your confirmed time slot!
18) Visit: Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is celebrating Mid-Autumn with a mix of onsite and online offerings till 4 October. Along with six lantern sets that will be lit up from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the festival, there will also be a host of online programmes. Enjoy the visit and take pictures onsite with the colourful lanterns abound as the festive season approaches with fervour.
More information 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? Read last week’s post: