Celebrate Mother’s Day this week with a free concert at Esplanade and at Singapore Botanic Gardens. Also happening this week is Sprout 2019, Singapore’s largest “Farm-to-People” festival. And to all the Muslims in Singapore and around the world, may you have a blessed and peaceful Ramadan. 



*Please note this is a partial listing. And there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially at parks, museums, libraries, and community centres.


Continued from Previous Week

Source: RWS
RWS Street Eats 2019
Ends 12 May
Mon – Thu : 10am – 9pm | Fri – Sun : 9am - 10pm
Cost: From $15, inclusive of tasting vouchers worth $15
Venue: Malaysian Food Street, Waterfront Level 1
RWS Street Eats is back for its third year! Rediscover familiar favourites that make up the region’s must-eats, and share your fondest memories at #comeforfood. Save some space for a selection of desserts specially created by RWS chefs.
Source: Gardens by the Bay
Floral Fantasy: Grand Opening Month
Promotional pricing ends 13 May
9am - 9pm
Cost: $9 for a (Resident) Adult ticket during the opening month
Venue: Bayfront Plaza
Floral Fantasy is the latest thematic attraction at Gardens by the Bay. It comprises four diverse garden landscapes, each showcasing a different concept, as well as a 4D ride. For the Grand Opening Month, tickets are at a special promotional price.
Source: Hari Raya Light Up 2019
Hari Raya Light Up 2019
Ends 6 June
Cost: Free
Venue: Geylang Serai
Geylang Serai will dazzle with close to 50 light installations from 3 May to 6 June as part of the Hari Raya Light Up 2019, and to mark the holy month of Ramadan. The Bazaar Raya Geylang Serai also returns with more than 500 stalls selling food, household items and accessories.


Upcoming Events

Source: Love & Light Festival
Love and Light Festival 2019
10 May - 12 May
11am - 8pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Marina Bay Sands Convention Center
Love and Light festival aspires to provide a personal, enriching and fulfilling experience for both visitors and practitioners alike to connect deeply with one another through readings and healing sessions that are provided within the festival. All workshop sessions are FREE. Limited slots are available for pre-booking so secure your spot now!
The Microthon 2019
11 May
10am - 4pm
Cost: Free
Venue: IDEAS Hub UWCSEA, 1207 Dover Road
The Microthon is a single-day event, which aim to teach an introduction to coding for younger audiences. It’s hosted at the IDEAS Hub every year. It allows kids to be exposed to the latest technologies from around the world.
Source: Esplanade
Mother's Day Special: Khas Untukmu Ibu
11 May
3pm - 4pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall
Treat your mother to a beautiful afternoon featuring popular classics bound to put a smile on her face. Let Hady Mirza and Jeff Catz serenade you and host Dzar Ismail charm your hearts in this concert specially dedicated to that one special lady in our lives.
Source: Sprout 2019‎
Sprout, Farm-to-People Festival, 2019
11 May - 12 May
10am - 8pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Hall 403
Come join SPROUT at Singapore's Largest Farm-to-People Festival, where growers, food producers and the community come together, celebrating local agriculture, urban farming, artisans and good honest food.
Source: Bark A Tree‎
11 May - 12 May
11am - 4.30pm
Cost: Free
Venue: City Square Mall, Singapore
All pets are welcome to come on down. There will be a Petfie Instagram Contest, Adoption Drive from Mutts Rescue, F7-Friends of Seven and Uncle Khoe's k9, a variety of shopping booths, and On-site Grooming (Limited slots available, on a first-come, first-serve basis).
Source: Singapore Symphony Orchestra‎
SSO Mother’s Day Concert
12 May
5.30pm - 7pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
Experience colourful dances and songs of love at the SSO's Mother's Day Concert. This one-hour celebration of motherhood at the Botanic Gardens presents a cast of all-Singaporean talent, featuring young violin star Chloe Chua, and rising singers Jonathan Charles Tay and Martin Ng.

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