5 kid-friendly things to do this weekend (Apr 14 to 16)

By Kim Chan   — April 13, 2017
  • Artbox Singapore
    1 / 5 Artbox Singapore

    Were you thinking of bringing the family to Bangkok to visit the much lauded Artbox Flea Market? Well now you don’t have to! Artbox Bangkok is coming to Singapore. With over 320 booths of creative products being sold, there’s bound to be something unique for every member of the family.

    On top of all the handmade items and craft stuff that will be sold, there will also be vendors selling unique food items, like the trending “Dragon’s Breath” dessert, fresh churros and much more.

    When: April 14 to 16; 21 to 23, 2017
    Time: 3pm – 11pm
    Where: Bayfront Event Space, beside Marina Bay Sands
    Admission: Free
    Visit: artbox.sg

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  • Camp Kido – Easter Special
    2 / 5 Camp Kido – Easter Special

    With its second edition coinciding with Easter, Camp Kido has a fun-filled Sunday planned for everyone. Activities include a grand Easter egg hunt, where kids will have to find hidden golden eggs, packed with treats waiting to be discovered. Campers can also look forward to a range of workshops such as bunny mask making by Mash-Up, Easter egg painting, and Face painting by Sacred Kleur.

    The camp is suitable for children aged 5 – 10, but the young at heart are welcome too!

    When: Sunday, April 16, 2017
    Where: Camp Kilo Charcoal Club, 66 Kampong Bugis, Level 1
    Time: 12pm – 6pm
    Price: Free
    Visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/1592119154164043/

    (Photo: courtesy of Camp Kilo Charcoal Club and Colossal)

    Related: Family staycations for the Easter weekend 2017

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  • HSBC World Rugby Singapore 7s
    3 / 5 HSBC World Rugby Singapore 7s

    Have some family fun at the Rugby 7s lifestyle happenings, spread across this long weekend. Starting on Friday with a kid-friendly beach party and bottomless rugby brunch at Tanjong Beach Club.

    This year’s theme is ‘Show your Colours’ so come dressed in or with your face painted in your favourite team’s colours to show your support.

    During the weekend matches, indulge yourself at the Fun Zone where you can buy memorabilia. And while the adults explore the Fun Zone, the little ones, in the care of trained carers, can spend their time in the Kids’ drop-off zone where bouncy castles, art and craft stalls and interactive games await.

    When: April 14 – 16, 2017
    Time: Brunch: 11.30am – 2.30pm; Kids drop off zone: 11am – 8pm
    Price: Free*
    Visit: www.singapore7s.sg and Bottomless brunch: Rugby 7s special
    * Admission to events is free but tickets are required for the Rugby 7s matches and can be bought here

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  • Kidzania turns one!
    4 / 5 Kidzania turns one!

    To celebrate, it’s lined up a fun range of activities, including the Kidzania Quest – explore the City and learn about the history of this international role-playing playground as you complete the answers in the card given. Complete the quest and receive a goodie bag with merchandise from industry partners.

    Kids will also get the chance to share their dreams and aspirations with others at the “I ♥ Kidzania” Wall.

    When: Now until April 27, 2017
    Where: Main Square, Kidzania Singapore
    Time: 10am – 6pm
    Price: $58 for children 4 – 17 years old; $35 for adults 18 – 59 years old
    Visit: www.kidzania.com.sg

    Related: Kidzania Singapore review: what parents must know, what to eat here

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  • Siloso GrillFest
    5 / 5 Siloso GrillFest

    Treat your kids to an exciting dinner at the Silosa GrillFest in Sentosa. Come join the fun at the 1km-long BBQ festival where about 20 mobile booths will be offering an array of BBQ creations, sides and much more. While enjoying the food by the beach, visitors will also be treated to live music performances from local artistes like Jack & Rai and Musa The Collective.

    When: April 13 to 16 and 21 to 23, 2017
    Where: Siloso beach, Sentosa
    Time: 6pm – 11pm
    Admission: Free
    Visit: www.sentosa.com.sg/feast

    (Photo: courtesy of  FOC Sentosa)

    Related: Best kid-friendly Easter 2017 brunches and promotions

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