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For Families

Culinary Activity Trail

3 - 31 May • 10:00am • Asian Civilisation Museum

Visit the galleries and learn about culinary objects from the past.

Wheels On The Bus - Mushroom For Learning!

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 09:00am • Lim Chu Kang

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 11:00am • Lim Chu Kang

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 01:00pm • Lim Chu Kang

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 03:00pm • Lim Chu Kang

Grow your own mushrooms under the guidance of Kin Yan Agrotech’s expert farmers. As part of the workshop, you will also be taken on a tour of the company’s pesticide free, commercial mushroom farm – the largest of its kind in Singapore!

Wheels On The Bus - Ready, Set, Goat!

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 11:30am • Lim Chu Kang

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 12:30pm • Lim Chu Kang

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 01:30pm • Lim Chu Kang

9, 16, 23, 30 May • 02:30pm • Lim Chu Kang

We kid you not. Lying on the outskirts of Singapore stands a place where more than 800 goats are bred. Here is your chance to find out more about Hay Dairies, a farm which was established in 1988.

Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health

3 - 30 May • 10:00am

Responding to traditional healing practices across different ethnicities and cultures, three contemporary artists present newly commissioned digital artworks.

This Is What We Eat At Home - An Interactive Tour

22 - 23, 29 - 30 May • 10:00am • Boon Lay

What keeps our youth busy these days? Take a deep dive into the lives of six young Boon Lay residents from culturally diverse backgrounds in this experiential tour of their neighbourhood and guided tour of a void deck exhibition which they helped develop!

This Is What We Eat At Home – A Photo Exhibition

7 - 30 May • 10:00am • Boon Lay

Follow six unique youths from culturally diverse backgrounds as they embark on a mission to document their families’ go-to home-cooked meals in a bid to preserve their heritage. Join us as we head to the heartland of Boon Lay to view the results of their hard work which takes the form of a visually arresting exhibition.

Talk on Cantonese Cuisine with Cooking Demonstration

29 May • 03:00pm • 25 Ann Siang Road

Learn to coax the natural flavours out of ingredients in this cooking demonstration by Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurant’s executive Cantonese chef Leung Wing Cheung. Chef Leung will also walk you through the finer points of preparing delectable Cantonese delicacies.

The Greatest Supper Party!

8, 15, 22, 29 May • 03:00pm • National Museum Singapore

Piloted as an inclusive food art project among a group of friends who graduated from Kindle Garden, Superhero me has paired with Singapore’s first inclusive preschool to create The Greatest Supper Party! where this programme aims to collect creations of local dishes.

Fermentation in Local Food Heritage

9, 23 May • 03:00pm • Mandai Foodlink

Witness for yourself the process of fermentation at a local brewery and come away with skills to make your own tempeh! Explore how the science of fermentation has elevated our local cuisine over the centuries in this workshop by local start-up Starter Culture.

Spices In My Curry

22 May • 01:30pm • Yishun

22 May • 03:00pm • Yishun

22 May • 04:30pm • Yishun

Make your own spice mix under the guidance of spice man Jeya Seelan! Mr Seelan will also take you on an aromatic journey tracing the origins of spices commonly used to flavour our local dishes.