Five things to do this weekend (Jul 29-31)
Show your support for the arts this weekend!
End the month of July with a bang with these exciting activities and sweet treats!
Here are five things to do this weekend (Jul 29 to 31):
1. Cop art prints and zines at Golden Mile Tower
Local art community ripe is holding a self-organised pop-up for the first time in collaboration with hahahause and Thai publishing group den souvenir.
Located at SHRUB, the pop-up will feature zines and art prints by various creators. Titles include “how to survive wage labor” by Yifan and “i can’t write poetry and i can’t express myself” by Levin.
Customers are encouraged to bring their own bags if they intend to purchase items.
SHRUB is at 6001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Tower, #01-28, Singapore 199589. The pop-up will run from Jul 29 to 30, from 7pm to 11pm on Friday and 2pm to 11pm on Saturday.
2. Shop sustainably at winkwonkshop
In need of a wardrobe refresh? Do it on a budget at thrift store winkwonkshop’s Fill A Bag event!
From now till the end of the month, customers can fill a bag with as many items as they can for $18.
It is located at 170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, #05-19, Singapore 588179 and is open from 12pm to 6pm.
3. Get a sip of the highly-raved Starbucks Pink Drink
The drink, which first made waves in the United States, consists of coconut milk, zingy fruit juice and real strawberry pieces. The drink is available only as an iced handcrafted beverage and costs $7.10 in a tall cup.
For those who’d rather something light tasting, there’s also the Strawberry Acai With Lemonade which contains real strawberry slices, flavours of sweet strawberry acai, lemonade and green coffee extract. It is also available only as an iced handcrafted beverage and costs $6.60 for a tall cup.
As a promotion, any purchase of a grande-size Starbucks Refreshers series drink ($9.90) will be served in a limited edition reusable cold cup, while stock lasts. The cold cup is not for sale separately without the Refreshers.
The Starbucks Refreshers series is now available in stores nationwide as well as on delivery platforms.
4. Learn more about youth communities at The Red Box
Spend your weekend doing something meaningful by heading down to The Red Box for the Youth Corps Community Fair 2022.
Spanning over three floors and featuring 17 exhibitions by various communities and interest groups, the fair will host a series of interactive activities to help youths explore opportunities to serve communities and causes.
The fair is on Jul 31, from 12pm to 4pm.
Interested applicants can register for the fair here, while slots last. Registration will close at 5pm on Friday (Jul 29). The Red Box Singapore, located at 113 Somerset Road, Singapore 238165.
5. Enjoy good food and tunes at Majulah Block Party
Looking for a fun night out? Curated youth festival Majulah Block Party might just be your chance!
To be held over two consecutive Saturdays on Jul 30 and Aug 6, the festival will feature local food and beverage pop-ups, live music and dance performances, as well as industry panel sessions.
The festival will take place on both days from 2pm to 11.30pm at *SCAPE Underground and Somerset Youth Park.
Although admission is free, festival-goers are still required to register online and secure a ticket prior to the event.