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  • 8 Sep Dragons Damsels Wetland Edit

    Did you know that dragonflies are among one of the most ancient winged insects in the world? With body structures that have remain largely unchanged for millions of years, these fighter pilots of the insect world help to keep the population of insect pests in check, and are an indicator of wetland health.

    Learn how the plants and animals have adapted to this wetland habitat, discover the differences between dragonflies and damselflies, and challenge yourself to identifying the many species of ‘dragons’ and ‘damsels’ that can be found here!

    01 Sep 2018 10:00AM - 11:00AM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Visitor Services at Tyersall Gate
    $$6.00 per child & $6.00 per accompanying adult
  • Rain Forest boardwalk in Singapore Botanic Gardens

    Join our Japanese guides as they lead you through a 1-hour walk in the Rain Forest of the Singapore Botanic Gardens sharing their knowledge of the forest in the Japanese language.

    01 Sep 2018 10:00AM - 11:00AM
  • YNP2016_2

    This one day camp encompasses a series of fun-filled and educational indoor and outdoor learning of the wetlands and nature conservation issues through worksheets, nature walks and hands-on activities.

    01 Sep 2018 08:30AM - 15:30PM
    Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve,
    Wetland Centre
    Registration required.
    $5.00 registration fee & purchase a 50 cents Young Naturalist Passport applies.
    There will be no refunds in case of no attendance.
  • Concert at Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage with crowd at the Palm Valley.

    Celebrate My Family Weekend by joining Families for Life “My Family Weekend” Picnic happening on 1 September, an annual initiative organised by the Families for Life Council. Families can look forward to an evening of fun, laughter and entertainment amidst the lush greenery of Singapore Botanic Gardens. There will be music performances by 3 local bands - Abby Simone and Oli (Jazz), The Kollective (Acoustic) and Jack and Rai (Top 40). Enjoy fringe activities such as tote bag painting, bubble play, redemption of complimentary snacks from Families for Life Mobile Cafe and many other fun family activities from 3.30pm onwards!

    01 Sep 2018 16:00PM - 19:30PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
    Free
  • Wedding couple strolling through the Gardens by the Bay

    Join us in this hands-on photography workshop conducted for budding photographers by Cole Kor: the professional wedding photographer. Jointly organised by NParks and Nikon Singapore where you will learn to convey a story through your camera lens.

    02 Sep 2018 08:30AM - 12:30PM
    Fort Canning Park,
    Raffles House & Lawn
    Free
  • Concert at Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage with crowd at the Palm Valley.

    Roll out your picnic mats and soak in the infectious beats with your friends and family. Come tune in to original music by Noise Singapore artists Adia Tay, The Betts and Stopgap!
    Enjoy fringe activities and a pre-show performance by JAWN from 4.30pm onwards!

    02 Sep 2018 17:00PM - 18:30PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
    Free
  • 3 Sep CWL Strange Bug Eating Plants Edit

    Did you know that there are plants like the Venus Fly-trap and pitcher plant which eat bugs? Other plants provide food for bugs which care for them in return. There are also plants which have swollen bodies with holes for ants to use as their home. Join us as we learn all about these wonderfully weird plants! In this workshop, participants will go on a guided tour, make a strange plant art craft and get to pot their very own dish garden.

    03 Sep 2018 09:00AM - 13:00PM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Botany Centre, Classroom 1 & 2 (Level 3)
    $50.00 per child (includes all materials and refreshments)
  • 4 Sep Drama Workshop Edit

    Creative play through nature can be used to nurture an appreciation for life in children. Participants will be encouraged to explore nature through dramatization and be aware of its rich biodiversity. Join us as we follow the journey of the Gruffalo!

    04 Sep 2018 10:00AM - 11:00AM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Visitor Services Desk at Jacob Ballas Childrens Garden
    $10.00 per child
  • 5 Sep Chinese Storytime Edit

    Sara the Botanicosaurus is hungry! Mummy promised to cook up a good lunch if Sara brings home some fruits and vegetables from the Farm and Orchard at the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. However, Sara is not very sure what the produce looks like. Come and help Sara find the ingredients for her lunch!

    This programme will be conducted in Mandarin.

    妈妈让小恐龙从儿童公园的田园带一些食材回家。但是小恐龙到了田园后发现,它不知道妈妈所要的蔬菜与水果长得什么样?眼看午饭时间快到了,小朋友们能不能来帮帮小恐龙辨认这些蔬菜与水果呢?
    小恐龙的午餐就靠你们了!

    05 Sep 2018 10:00AM - 11:00AM
    Singapore Botanic Gardens,
    Visitor Services Desk at Jacob Ballas Childrens Garden
    $6.00 per child and $6.00 per accompanying adult
  • H4N

    Designed to stimulate the interest of the young and inculcate in them an appreciation of our forests.The Nature Keeper Camp will be carried out at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. The one day nature camp also aims to nurture young minds in active protection and conservation of our natural heritage.

    05 Sep 2018 09:00AM - 17:00PM
    Bukit Timah Nature Reserve,
    Seminar/Meeting Room
    S$25 per child (including halal lunch, afternoon tea-break and all craft materials)
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Last updated on 25 July 2018

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