Five things to do this weekend (Aug 26-28)
It’s time to unwind!
End August with a bang by treating yourself to some retail therapy or spending quality time with your loved ones.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Aug 26 to 28):
1. Spend some quality time with family at Lights by the Lake 2022
Enjoy the night breeze whilst admiring handcrafted lanterns at this year’s Lights by the Lake at Jurong Lake Gardens in anticipation of the Mid-Autumn Festival.
From now till Sep 18, the displays will be lit from 7pm to 11pm nightly at Lakeside Field and the waterfront near ABC Waters.
Besides these lantern displays, there will also be free weekend performances on the first three Friday and Saturday evenings of the festival at 7.45pm and 8.45pm.
Other activities include lantern making, archery tag and a festive market outside the Chinese Garden Gate.
2. Play mini golf with your favourite Pixar characters
Meet your favourite characters from iconic films like Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, and Inside Out, through a game of mini golf at pop-up mini golf course Pixar Putt, which opens at the Waterfront Promenade at Marina Bay Sands from Friday (Aug 26).
Tickets start from $28 and can be purchased online or in-person.
Pixar Putt is open from Monday to Friday from 1pm to 10pm and Saturday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm.
3. Check out SHEIN’s third pop-up at GR.iD Mall
Get your hands on the latest fashion trends at SHEIN’s third rodeo happening from now till Aug 29.
Local influencers like Novita Lam, Xia Xue and Boonki will also be there to share their top picks from the brand.
While walk-ins are welcome, those who RSVP will receive an exclusive free gift along with a chance to win a $50 SHEIN e-gift card.
The pop-up is running at GR.iD Mall, 1 Selegie Road #B1-11, Singapore 188306, and is open from 11am to 8pm.
4. Discover the art of social dancing at the National Gallery
Take part in an afternoon of festivity and merrymaking this Saturday (Aug 27) with Syafiq Halid, Norhaizad Adam, Fadhli Ramlee and Ridzman Salleh as they deconstruct and reconstruct joget, a form of Malay social dance.
Inspired by William Barak’s Corroboree from the Gallery’s Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia exhibition, Gerak Tari will showcase the relationship between music and dance in traditional Malay artforms, and how they remain largely preserved today.
Performance times are at 2.30pm and 4pm.
5. Spoil your pet with Pandora’s latest collection
It’s International Dog Day this Friday (Aug 26)! Show your love for your furry baby by spoiling them with Pandora’s latest Moments Collection.
Featuring plant-based, leather-free pet collars, pet accessory tags and six Pandora Moments charms, this collection is a great way for you to twin with your pet in style!
The collection is now available at all Pandora stores and online from $59.