February 2017 is already rolling in and 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.
Sunday, 12 February, 11 am
Earth-Fest is back. All ages are welcome to join in this year’s fun and inspirational activities. With eco-friendly carnivals, food fairs and an assortment of other activities, Earth-Fest promises to be bigger and better than last year. All items from the food fair use 100 percent compostable material, and are actually planet friendly in their production, too. All bags will be reusable and no hard copy pamphlets will be handed out, everything will be done digitally. Mark your calendars and join Earth Fest to learn how we can give back to our planet!
Level 1 Discovery room, Sentosa Nature Discovery
Saturday, 11th February 2017, 2 pm
We all know that the Lunar new year celebrations extend well beyond 3 days and one way to prolong the festivities is to head on down to this Origami workshop happening at the Sentosa nature discovery. Renowned artist Gauri Gupta has been conducting these how-to workshops since 2011 and she’s extremely experienced in the art of origami. Her talent has been featured on several high profile events such as the Singapore national day celebrations and president’s challenge. This event is recommended for all adults and children above the age of 8. Registrations are now open so email your name and contact number to email@example.com
Park Royal @ Pickering Street
Wednesday, February 8th 2017, 6pm
100 People Doing Good is back this year, this time, with a valentines day theme. If you’ve not given back to society in recent times, this event is just for you. 100 People Doing Good aims to enlighten you on current local charities that are available for you to help whilst you indulge in good food and exquisite wines. This event is free but you are encouraged to bring along $100 to donate to the charity of your choice. So if you’re up for having a good time whilst giving back to the less fortunate, do give this event a chance. Registrations are open on their site so head on down.