Five things to do over the weekend of December 17-18

Get your glow water and run with friends, or relax your mind and body with a deep trance meditation. This weekend has an amalgam of fun and relaxation to offer you!

Run with a glow- Illumi Run Photo courtesy: illumirun.com

Illumi Run

Run with a glow- Illumi Run brings back its kick, returning with another round of neon-splashed fun run. To keep runners looking bright all night, Illumi Run promises live music and inflatables on top of the ready stream of illumi glow water. The value addition for you is with every purchase of a VIP ticket, you will get your own pack of glow water to splash onto your friends, or yourself.

When: Saturday - December 17, 7:00pm
Where: Palawan Green, Sentosa Island, Singapore- 099981
Entry: S$62-$88

URL: http://illumirun.com/sg/event-info/

Relax at Palm Avenue Float Club. Photo courtesy: FB page of Palm Avenue

Mindf*ck Open House

If you have been working too much over the week, this is an event you need to attend for sure. Palm Avenue Float Club's belated opening party brings together an art show, meditation devices and live silkscreen t-shirt printing for a trippy party. You'll also have a chance to try out the PandoraStar, a deep trance meditation device which aims to stimulate brainwaves. Grab some drinks and finger food, and check out the barter art show while you're there.

When: Sunday - December 18, 4:00pm
Where: Palm Avenue Float Club, #05-01, 66 Kampong Bugis, Singapore- 338987
Entry: Free

URL: https://www.facebook.com/events/299484477117549/

Happy to be Red- An interactive storytelling session. Photo courtesy: Esplanade

Happy to be Red

An interactive storytelling session that follows the path of a crayon trying to turn red, the Happy to be Red programme aims to promote cognitive and motor skills of those between two to five. So, bring your kids down to the Esplanade, and let them learn and explore. Entrance is free, but admission starts half an hour before each session and works on a first-come-first-serve basis.

When: Saturday and Sunday - December 17-18, 2:30pm and 4:00pm session timings available
Where: #03-01 Esplanade, 8 Raffles Avenue, Singapore- 039802
Entry: Free

URL: https://www.esplanade.com/festivals-and-series/celebrate-december/2016/happy-to-be-red

Cirque Adrenaline. Photo courtesy: marinabaysands.com

Cirque Adrenaline

Featuring the world's most dangerous and death-defying theatrical acts, Adrenaline comes with a new twist. From the producers of The Illusionists and Le Noir comes a new circus experience, Cirque Adrenaline. The show features fearless stunts that you shouldn't try at home. Cirque Adrenaline promises a new genre of circus performance, mixing traditional elements like clowns and trapeze artists with newer acts such as motorcycling and aerial stunts.

When: December 16-25, various timings available
Where: Basement level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore- 018956
Entry: S$38.50-$620

URL: http://entertainment.marinabaysands.com/events/ad1216#UPF94Fz1Xv91hEwr.97

On Point! Group Exhibition Photo courtesy: elementartspace.com

On Point! Group Exhibition

An illustrative form of paying homage to the reinterpretation of daily life in Singapore through the artists' eyes, Element Art Space's first illustration exhibition explores the idea of the medium as fine art, shedding light on how illustrations are equally as relevant as other visual art forms. The exhibit features the works of Natalie Kwee, Teresa Lim and Mark Wee.

When: December 16-31, at 11:00am
Where: Raffles Hotel Arcade 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore- 188719
Entry: Free

URL: http://www.elementartspace.com/

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