What to do this weekend (September 2-4), Lifestyle News

Ready for the weekend? Here’s what to expect this week.

White Rabbit pop-up at Chin Mee Chin Confectionery


Get ready for a taste of nostalgia, as the company behind childhood sweet White Rabbit Candy releases a White Rabbit ice cream pop-up!

Located at Chin Mee Chin Confectionery, the pop-up lets you enjoy a scoop of creamy white rabbit ice cream as part of an exclusive set meal ($9.50) that also includes kaya toast and eggs from the coffee and a drink of your choice. .

Additionally, you can also purchase a variety of exclusive White Rabbit products like tote bags, pillows, mugs, and umbrellas.

You can read our article on the White Rabbit pop-up here.

Date: until September 11, 2022.

Learn more here.

Lakeside Lights 2022 @ Jurong Lake Gardens

With the Mid-Autumn Festival fast approaching, Jurong Lake Gardens’ annual Lights by the Lake Festival is back.

Besides admiring the spectacular giant lantern displays, you can expect tons of fun activities and programs like weekly concerts, sunset walks, craft sessions, lantern puzzles and more Again.

Date: until September 18, 2022.

Learn more here.

Mid-Autumn Festival 2022 @ Gardens by the Bay


Around the theme of Reunion, this year’s edition of the Gardens by the Bay Mid-Autumn Festival invites you to gather your family and friends for a world of festive fun.

Expect to see stunning displays of giant lanterns, ranging from the 11-meter-tall Flight of the Phoenix lantern to The Colors of Daily Life, a magical installation where adorable anthropomorphic animals and their families play traditional Korean games like yut-nori (a Korean board game) and flying kites.

Also be sure to visit the market for tons of food stalls selling delicious street food and Mid-Autumn treats, catch a variety of stage performances, be wowed by special LED diabolo performances and LED spinning acts, and much more.

Date: until September 11, 2022.

Learn more here.

Moonlit! Mid-Autumn Festival @ Singapore Discovery Center


Head to the Singapore Discovery Center (SDC) this weekend for its annual Moon-Lit rendezvous! festival.

Be wowed by beautiful lantern displays and light installations, watch performances by the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, immerse yourself in the art of tea drinking and tea appreciation, explore SDC via interactive walks at the lantern, and much more.

Date: September 3 to 10, 2022.

Learn more here.

Swim for Hope 2022


Make a splash for a good cause with Safra’s annual Swim For Hope charity event.

You can participate virtually and choose to swim at your own pace and pace, or register for a physical event and time your swim distance at a Safra club.

Proceeds from the charity event are donated to the President’s Challenge, Rainbow Centre, SAF Care Fund, Singapore Swimming Association Development Fund and Special Olympics Singapore.

Registration until September 30, 2022.

Swimming period from September 1 to October 30, 2022.

Learn more here.

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2022


Check out the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival this weekend for an exciting range of activities and programs celebrating Chinese arts, culture and heritage.

This year’s festival features a stunning Celestial Bodies outdoor installation featuring spherical lanterns featuring five of Taiwanese artist Kai 3D Art Studio’s characters: the Moon, Earth, Sun, Saturn and Mercury.

The installation pays homage to the moon, which is brightest and roundest on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month during the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Plus, you can enjoy a variety of on-site programs, including drop-in crafts, storytelling sessions, woodblock printing workshops, and live performances.

Date: until September 25, 2022.

Learn more here.

This article was first published in Wonderwall.sg.

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