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  • Where It Ends, We Begin

    Where It Ends, We Begin is a Creative Movement Workshop for children aged 5 – 12 years old, facilitated by Wong Wai Yee. This inclusive workshop celebrates and welcomes children with different learning abilities and conditions. Come explore with us movement concepts, words & texts inspired by selected poems from Where The Sidewalk Ends written by Shel Silverstein!

    12 December 2020
    • Parent and Child Workshop; 5 to 8 years old
    9.45am – 10.45am

    • Children Only Workshop; 8 to 12 years old
    11.30am – 12.30pm

    RAW Moves Studio, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block B, #01-08 Singapore 439053

    $45 per pair (Parent and Child Workshop)
    $25 per child (Child Only Workshop)

    *10% discount for RAW Pal Members or if you register with a friend

    For enquiries and registration, please contact

  • Parents Webinar: Understanding Games, Gamers & Game Addiction

    Jointly organised by the Media Literacy Council (MLC) and SOOS OIO, this webinar on gaming and gaming addiction is back for its second edition! After a successful first run, the second edition will build on parents’ understanding of gaming and gaming addiction while addressing any further concerns they may have. The webinar will take place on Saturday, 21 November at 10 am via Zoom.

    SOOS OIO is a social enterprise that uses gaming to empower youth through workshops and friendly competitions in the community. This webinar is one of the projects supported by the MLC through its Better Internet x Youth Call-for-Proposals (CFP) initiative, which aims to support digital literacy community initiatives that promote online safety, responsibility and civility.

    The 3-hour webinar will consist of sharing sessions from gaming industry experts from SOOS OIO, an expert from the MLC, and youth psychologists on gaming trends, what makes it popular among children, its benefits and pitfalls, and how to identify and curb gaming addition.  

    Gaming as a topic is of particular interest now as youths spend more time on their devices amid extended periods of stay-home and safe distancing measures. How can parents harness gaming as a tool to enhance their child’s overall development? Understanding gaming and its potential effects can help parents better manage children’s gaming habits, and will also serve as a bridge to building greater understanding between parent and child.

  • ViaRT Award: Children Recycled Art Competition

    Founded and organised by VIANT Commodities and Y Art Project, the first edition of ViaRT Award will be hosted in Oct 2020. The competition is opened to all primary and secondary school students.

    Create aesthetic, innovative, and meaningful artworks by using daily recycled. ViaRT Award supports students to deepen their knowledge of recycling, sustainable living, responsible usage of resources, and to encourage them to develop their capabilities of seeking beauty from our daily waste.

    Submission deadline is 18 October 2020.

    More than a simple competition.
    From now till the competition deadline, students and educators can look forward to…

    1. Live online workshops by contemporary artists

    Engage, learn from, and be inspired by artists such as Sunaina Bhalla, who specializes in using industrial materials, and Alem Korkut, artist and associate professor teaching sculpture at ALU in Zagreb.

    1. Artists and curator as competition judges

    Have your artwork seen and evaluated by ViaRT Award panel of judges comprising of contemporary artists and curator, based locally and internationally.

    1. Educational resources

    Gain inspiration and learn more about recycling and sustainable living through ViaRT specially prepared guide books. We also regularly update our social media with new recycled art creation content.

    1. Recycled materials donated by businesses

    To support students’ creation, businesses such as Nespresso, ALBA and impress are donating recyclable scrap materials.

    Find out more at Participate in competition and register for workshops at

  • Delegate Virtual Wedding Festival

    Join us on 19-20 September 2020 at the Delegate Virtual Wedding Festival. Bringing the offline wedding show experience online, plan your dream wedding from the comforts of your own home.

    Attend and get free door gifts, 8% cashback on bookings, as well as watch live showcases of tips and tricks for your big day by wedding professionals.

    Discover and interact with wedding vendors of all types and stand to win attractive prizes like a romantic staycation for you and your partner!

    RSVP to the Delegate Virtual Wedding Festival now!

  • Webinar: CyberAware Panel Discussion

    Jointly organised by Tamils Representative Council Youth Wing (TRCYW) and Mental ACT Ltd, this webinar on cyber bullying will take place on Sunday, 13 September at 4pm.

    TRCYW is a branch of the Tamils Representative Council that hopes to unite Tamil-speaking youths aged between 17 and 30 with a common goal of personal and community development, while Mental ACT is an organisation that aims to destigmatize mental health and promote psychological wellbeing in the Indian community.

    The one-and-a-half hour webinar will consist of sharing sessions from mental health experts and advocates from Touch Cyber Wellness (TCW), Mental ACT Ltd. and the MLC on the psychology of cyberbullying, the consequences for its victims and what youths and families can do to stop cyberbullying in its tracks. In the weeks leading up to the webinar, the organisers will also be releasing a three-part video series based on anecdotes from cyberbullying victims. The videos will focus on topics like degradation,
    cyberstalking and troll accounts and impersonation.

    Cyberbullying can harm our mental health and self-esteem, with virtual harassment having real consequences. How can youths and parents navigate this landscape, protect themselves from cyberbullying and prevent cyberbullying in the first place? This webinar will share resources and tools that participants can use to protect themselves from cyberbullying, as well as show the impact of cyberbullying on bullies and victims.

    *Update as at 4 September: The session will feature a pre-recorded panel discussion instead, which will be uploaded on 13 September, 7pm. Those who are interested in reaching out to the panellists are invited to send in their questions via the Instagram poll which will be posted on TRCYW’s and Mental ACT’s Instagram stories on 3rd, 7th, 9th and 12th September.

    The recording of the panel discussion will be uploaded on these platforms:

    • Facebook
    Media Literacy Council –
    SINDA –
    Mental ACT –
    TOUCH Cyber Wellness –

    • Instagram
    TRCYW –
    Mental ACT –

  • How to catch wild boars in Seletar Reservoir: Professional wild game hunting

    The very first of its kind in Singapore, this full-day hunting course will take you to the wilderness surrounding Upper Seletar Reservoir to hunt wild boar native to the area. The highly experienced hunting guides will be with you through the entire process, from planning and prep to stalking and hunting of the boars. All equipment for the hunt will be provided. An immersive and exciting experience in Singapore, not to be missed!

    How to Sign Up:
    Step 1: Register your interest through this link:
    Step 2: The link to purchase will be sent to your email addresses on 12 Aug once the classes go on sale.

    For more information visit website:

  • Culinary Moments with 1664

    This month, Culinary Moments with 1664 kicks off to inspire home cooks to create their own culinary creations, using the delicious and refreshing 1664 Blanc for an elegant twist.

    The online series will take audiences on a culinary journey, with 1664 as the accompaniment. Home cooks may tune in via Instagram and Facebook to learn how to incorporate 1664 Blanc into their creations. The sessions will be led by special guests who will share exclusive tips on elevating one’s home cooking with 1664, including Chef Christophe Lerouy of one Michelin-starred restaurant Lerouy; Chef-Restaurateur Beppe De Vito of one Michelin-starred restaurant Braci; as well as celebrities with a passion for cooking, Ben Yeo and Michelle Wong.

    Home cooks may also stand to win a specially curated 1664 Blanc Goodie Bag, worth over $100, which includes 1664 Blanc and exclusive 1664 glassware! Simply share a snapshot of their best culinary creations alongside their 1664 Blanc beer, with the hashtag #CulinaryMomentswith1664 and @1664Singapore tagged, via Instagram and Facebook, to enter the contest.

  • Cherish Nature’s Gift Parenthood Webinar

    Cherish Nature’s Gift Parenthood Seminar is here to help soon-to-be mummies and daddies prepare for the most important role of their lives. Presented by Hegen – Singapore’s leading baby care brand – and hosted by racing pro and fitness ambassador, Claire Jedrek, this webinar is free to support couples in their journey toward parenthood.

    Speakers include medical and maternal experts who will talk about important aspects of pregnancy, neonatal care and breastfeeding. Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr Ann Tan will share how to ensure you have a healthy, happy pregnancy; Paediatrician, Dr Natalie Epton, will guide parents-to-be on how to care for your newborn; and Hegen’s Founder and breastfeeding guru, Yvon Bock, will end the night with everything you need to know about breastfeeding.

    Register at The Zoom ID and password will be emailed to attendees 48hrs before the event.

  • Singapore Female Festival 2018

    This year’s Singapore Female Festival is themed “Create, Nurture and Transform”. A woman in each stage of her life needs different power to live a happy and successful life. And the Festival is here to help create sparks and empower the women of today.

    Event highlights include Exhibition & Showcase, Festival Village, Forum & Dialogue, Bridal Fashion Runway, Make-up & Hair Show, and Photography Showcase.

    Those love to sweat it out can have fun with Bollywood-style fitness through Bolly Dazz, Latin dance fitness through Zumba, K-pop inspired workout though K-Kardio, or plain old still boxing.

    The festival boasts of top women speakers to inspire modern women. The line-up includes Mrs Universe Singapore 2016 Lynette Tan, LifeSparks Studio founder Charlotte Mizuki, Rock the Naked Truth founder Cheryl Tay, author Lilian Ong, award-winning writer Pauline Loh, and many more.

  • Healthy Mummy, Healthy Family Symposium 2017

    At the Singapore Heart Foundation it’s all about health. The Singapore Heart Foundation in association with the American Heart Association and World Heart Federation launched the Go Red for Women Campaign as part of its project to get women empowered with the knowledge and tools they need to decrease their risks of cardiovascular disease.

    As part of the Mother’s Day celebration, these foundations will be holding the Healthy Mummy, Healthy Family Symposium. This will be a highly enlightening event featuring speaking sessions by health experts. Women who will be attending this event will be hearing about great heart and body care tips from a cardiologist and dietician among other health experts. There would also be interactive activities and sessions plus a half-day event of a lucky draw and buffet lunch.

    One of the special highlights of the event will be the Hearty Bento Workshop by the renowned Singapore bento artist, Shirley Wong. This workshop is limited to 60 seats so it’s better to get your tickets on time if you’re thinking of attending.

    Participants who attend the workshop will also get a special gift worth $50. If you’re thinking of great way to celebrate your mum this Mother’s day, this is an event that would definitely leave a lasting impression.

  • Couple’s Perfume Workshop

    Enjoy a time of mixing up scents with your loved one at the couple’s perfume workshop. This workshop combines fun and innovation to give you a memorable time.

    This unusual event starts out with a perfume personality quiz to help you discover new things about your partner. From then on, it’s all about mixing fragrant ingredients to create a scent that suits your partner’s personality. Couples who have attended this workshop in the past have used the word “hooked” “charming” and “impressed” to describe the experience.

    What’s more? Each participant will go home with 105ml of custom perfume as a reminder of the scent-filled time at the workshop. Now, that’s lasting fun!

  • Startup Career Fair 2017: Calling all students, fresh grads and PMETs!

    Calling all students, fresh grads and PMETs! Curious to learn more about the vibrant startup culture? Or thinking of a mid-career switch?

    Singapore’s inaugural Startup Career Fair has more than 300 full-time, part-time and internship opportunities to offer in over 100 startups such as ShopBack, Glints, TheSmartLocal and more!

    At the one-day career fair, grab the opportunity to embark on an exclusive tour of the offices of some of the most prominent startups in Singapore. Break the ice with startup founders and speak with industry experts on future-proofing your career and navigating the transition from suit to hoodie.

    For more information, visit the event website.


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