As we approach the tail-end of February, we’ve been blessed with more events coming in island-wide. Here are just some of the more intriguing events that are happening over the coming week.
Singapore Sentosa’s Golf Club
2nd to 5th March 2017
HSBC Women’s Champions 2017 is back and promises to captivate for yet another year with 4 days of world-class golf and live music. Happening at the Singapore Sentosa’s Golf club, the live music segment hosts an array of talent including a headline performance featuring popular Korean pop star Lee Joon Ji, and local pop stars Jack and Rai. Gear up for 4 days of the best golfing talent around as they pit their skills against one another to be crowned as the HSBC Women’s champion for the year of 2017. Head on down to their website to check out for more details and purchase your tickets now!
41 Robertson Quay
Now till 25th February
If you’ve been following Singapore’s art scene, you might be familiar with popular contemporary artist Amanda Heng who is known for her unique style of integrating social issues around Singapore’s ever-changing society into her art. Head on down to STPI Creative Workshop & Gallery to check out her very first solo exhibition featuring many of her popular pieces, made up of 24 prints as well as their digital extensions. Her pieces are profoundly deep, meaningful and explore the various facets of the multicultural society we have here in Singapore. For further details, do visit their website!
City Square Mall – 180 Kitchener Road
Friday, 24 February, 10am
Back for its second year, EcoBank Bazaar provides the perfect opportunity for you to give back to society by donating your unwanted (clean and functional) clothes, accessories, toys and books to raise funds for disadvantaged children in Singapore. The donated items will be sold during the Bazaar which is to be held in February, and all proceeds generated will be sent to the Children’s Charities Association (CCA). Don’t worry if your items do not end up being sold as they will still be donated to the CCA and/or the MINDS thrift shop. Admission to the Bazaar is free and we hope you’ll do your part to lend a helping hand to the disadvantaged.
You can make your donations at City Square Mall or see the website for further drop off locations.