Homeware market and plant workshops to be held at Millenia Walk from May 12 to 21

Slots for the ‘Neighbourhood Socials’ workshops are now available for booking online.

Chloe Tham

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Published: 11 May 2023, 5:32 PM

Millenia Walk will hold a homeware pop-up market and a series of plant workshops from May 12 to 21 as part of its Neighbourhood Socials initiative.

Organised by Pontiac Land Group, the initiative showcases local and regional talents in the creative industry. Following the April edition’s theme of coffee, the May edition of the event will spotlight plant life and homeware.

The event features a Neighbourhood Market from May 12 to 14 and May 19 to 21, with an assorted range of crafted products for home decor on sale. Visitors can find items like candles, toiletries, lamps, crockery and glassware at the market.

There will also be three plant workshops organised by Kampong Niners and Soilboy.

Soilboy will offer mini bonsai wiring and plant repotting workshops, with an admission fee of $129 and $59 respectively. Participants will get to bring their plants home in a Soilboy-branded pot after the sessions.

The bonsai-wiring workshop will be held on May 17 from 12pm to 1.30pm and the plant repotting workshop on May 20 and 21 from 2.30pm to 3.15pm.


The plant repotting workshops by Soilboy make use of miniature Everfresh plants. PHOTO CREDIT: SOILBOY


Kampong Niners will offer free admission to its Caring for Aroids workshop. Held on May 13 and 14, participants can gain insights on the optimal conditions required for plant growth, such as how to water, arrange lighting and prune the plants.

The Gryphon Tea Company will also host a tea appreciation workshop on May 16, where participants can savour the different tea blends offered.


The tea appreciation workshop will be held at The Gatherspace at Millenia Walk. PHOTO CREDIT: GRYPHON TEA COMPANY


Participants may bring home custom tea blends made during the workshop may be brought home after the workshop. Registrations start at $50.

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