Five things to do this weekend (June 4-6)
Try out something new while you’re staying home this weekend!
We are almost halfway through 2021 and hopefully, you’ve been enjoying your year so far despite the COVID-19 pandemic still lingering on.
While we continue to count down to the end of Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), which will end on Jun 13 if the number of community cases stays under control, it is still advisable to stay home as much as possible.
If you’re bored in the house, fret not. Here are five things to do this weekend (Jun 4 to Jun 6):
1. Buy a cover for your TraceTogether token
Want to make your TraceTogether token stand out? You’re in luck because a local crocheter Leane, who runs @craftsbyleane on Instagram, is selling handmade TraceTogether token covers.
This includes the sushi set (S$18.90 each) featuring salmon sashimi, ebi and tamago designs, as well as a duo-coloured design (S$12.90 each).
The cover colours are customisable and you can place your order via Instagram direct message (@craftsbyleane) or via Leane’s Etsy shop.
2. Get some bread from a Flosssmobile
From now until the end of P2HA, local bakery BreadTalk is sending its Flosssmobile, which made its debut during last year’s circuit breaker, to bring bread right to your void deck.
However, the Flosssmobile will only be going to certain estates such as Yishun, Bishan, Ang Mo Kio and Woodlands.
While most of the bread prices remain the same as what is offered in-store, there will also be promotions – such as three selected buns for S$5.
The Flosssmobile schedule is as follows:
3. Check out Rebecca Lim’s latest F&B venture
The latest celebrity to jump on the F&B bandwagon is local actress Rebecca Lim, who started a sourdough business with her brother late last month.
Called The Lim’s Kitchen, the business currently has two items on their menu – a 750g pre-baked Sourdough (S$15) and the Sebastian Sourdough Bundle (S$40), which comes with crab slaw, squid ink aioli and spring onion garlic cream cheese.
While orders are already fully booked for June, you can look out for their online ordering platform to be launched soon.
Check out The Lim’s Kitchen’s Instagram page here.
4. Consider adopting a cat
Calling all cat lovers! A family living in Bedok has 50 cats that are up for immediate adoption or fostering, according to a post shared on Facebook group Sayang our Singapore’s Community Cats.
The felines need to be removed from the unit by Jun 30, after allegedly receiving a letter from the Housing and Development Board (HDB) to do so.
If you can afford to give these cats a home, do consider doing so – or they might be subsequently abandoned. According to the post, all 50 cats have been sterilised.
5. Make your own recipe from TikTok
Staying at home can get pretty boring but with many easy recipes to follow on TikTok, you can definitely have a fun time cooking meals for your family too.
These recipes include feta pasta, rice cooker pancakes, corn ribs and pancake cereal. Follow the recipes and find out more here.