Five things to do over the weekend of March 4-5

A bucket full of designs and artifacts, or going gaga over a musical evening, this weekend offers a lot of choices. Select your favourite event from the list here.

Singapore Design Week
Singapore Design Week Photo courtesy: designsingapore.org

1. Singapore Design Week

This year’s Singapore Design Week promises to keep everyone happy with its range of designs. The major highlights include its signature event -Innovation by Design and the anchoring SingaPlural show. With over 100 design programmes and events, the mega event has a lot in store for every taste.

When: March 3-12, at 12:00 am
Where: Singapore city
Entry: Free

OFC Social Market #8
OFC Social Market #8 Photo courtesy: Event's Facebook page

2. OFC Social Market #8

Open Farm Community’s Social Market is back with more than 30 shops hawking local and artisanal products, and delightful handicrafts. This time, it has activities for both little ones and adults, such as screening of yoga documentary My Dharma and gardening workshops by Edible Garden City. You can also relish the cocktails made with freshly plucked ingredients.

When: March 4-5, at 11:00 am
Where: Open Farm Community, Orchard
Entry: Free

HSBC Women’s Champions
HSBC Women’s Champions Photo courtesy: hsbcgolf.com

3. HSBC Women’s Champions

The best woman golfers are set to return to Sentosa Golf Club, so get your argyle socks and caps ready. The organisers of the HSBC Women’s Champions are spicing things up by turning the competition into a bona fide festival. A little away from the usual set up, local and international musicians from South Korea and the USA are set to take the stage.

When: March 3-5, at 8:00 am
Where: Sentosa Golf Club
Entry: S$20-$348

LAND with NO SUN III: Song of the Skies
LAND with NO SUN III: Song of the Skies Photo courtesy: Esplanade

4. LAND with NO SUN III: Song of the Skies

A reflection of man’s deep impact on the natural environment, this concert brings the relentless consumption of material goods and the resultant accumulation of waste. It is featuring original music, story by award-winning composer Tze Toh, combining choral music, Indian music, jazz, film score and classical music.

When: March 4, at 7:30 pm
Where: Esplanade Recital Studio
Entry: S$35

Sunset Sessions with Nickodemus (USA)
Sunset Sessions with Nickodemus (USA) Photo courtesy: Event's Facebook page

5. Sunset Sessions with Nickodemus (USA)

Step things up with the party-pusher that’s Nikodemus: the Bronx-born DJ’s incorporates organic, afro and urban dance music in his live sets, alongside popular remixes for the likes of Bob Marley, Billy Holiday and Nina Simone. Get set for a night of music without borders, supported by DJs Brendon, Joshua P, Ramesh and Sivanesh.

When: March 5, at 6:00 pm
Where: Marina Bay Sands
Entry: S$20

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Garima Kapil
Garima Kapil – Senior Writer

Garima Kapil has around five years of experience in the field of writing and editing. Specialised in writing, performing proof-reading and text editing functions along with content ideation; she has worked with leading e-commerce and as a freelancer. She writes on lifestyle, news, telecom, travel, education, healthcare, immigration, along with other subjects required as a full-time writer and freelancer. 

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