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What To Do During This Phase 2 Weekend (17-19 Jul)

Now that shops and attractions have begun to reopen, weekends are more fun than ever. Here's what you can look forward to this weekend.

1. StoryFest Online 2020

Themed "The Heart of Story", StoryFest Online 2020 celebrates the art of storytelling through various mediums, from myths and folklore told through song and dance to whimsical fairytales brought to life with clever puppetry.

17 to 27 July 2020
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2. Ready for KidLit!

It's never too early to get your kids interested in reading, and what better way to do so than with Ready for KidLit! this weekend? Your kids can look forward to a lively session full of dramatised storytelling, wacky poems, craft activities and more.

18 July 2020, 10 am to 4.15 pm
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3. Festival of Women N.O.W. 2020

Celebrate female empowerment this weekend with Festival of Women N.O.W. 2020, a virtual interdisciplinary festival that shines the spotlight on women creators and innovators. Featuring a wide array of events such as an anchor exhibition, live-streamed performances and workshops, this event showcases the diverse narratives of women from all walks of life while highlighting the issues of inequality and discrimination that women still face in their daily lives.

15 July to 2 August 2020
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4. Virtual Pilates – An inclusive fundraising event

This virtual pilates session is an inclusive mobility fundraiser hosted on Zoom by Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE), a social service agency that empowers persons with disabilities.

Consisting of breathing and mobility exercises that can be done by anyone at anytime and anywhere, the session will be led by Audrey D’Cotta, founder of The Moving Body, as well as ABLE’s client-ambassador and stroke survivor, Madam Soh. Sales proceeds and donations will go towards helping ABLE to continue supporting persons with disabilities and their caregivers.

19 July 2020, 4 pm
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5. Enjoy 3 months unlimited access to Jewel Changi Airport attractions

Although flying is still out of the question, Jewel Changi is now open, along with all its attractions. To welcome returning visitors, Jewel is offering ticket bundles for 3 months of unlimited access to attractions like the Sky Nets, Hedge and Mirror Mazes, Changi Experience Studio, Canopy Bridge and Canopy Park.

Till 10 August 2020
Find out more here

6. Head to the cinema (finally!)

With cinemas open for business again, you can finally watch something other than endless Netflix reruns. For instance, the much anticipated Peninsula (aka Train to Busan 2), is now in theatres.

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