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Your Weekly Calendar: CIS Coffee Meet-Up With A Chinese Language Expert, Etsy Made Local Market and more for your events calendar!

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Looking to give your events calendar a boost, mama? Check out our roundup of the most fun for you and the kiddos over the next 7 days; it’s all here in Your Weekly Calendar!

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Coffee Meet-Up With A Chinese Language Expert

Canadian International School is hosting an informative coffee meet-up with language expert and CIS Head of Chinese Department Huali Xiong, to discover why learning a second language is more than just about the linguistic components – it’s about understanding the cultural context of the language. Huali will give authentic, real-life examples of why teaching your child Chinese in a cultural context is important, and how they do it at CIS including in their pioneering Chinese-English Bilingual Programme.

When: Thursday, 17 November, 10am – 11:30am
Where: Tanderra Club, Block 73, Loewen Rd, #01-21, Singapore 248843
How much: Free! Includes coffee and light refreshments.

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Etsy Made Local

EML is an Etsy-supported, early Christmas market to celebrate the crafters, collectors and artisans in our local community. Organised by the Etsy Craftivist SG team, come check out a host of awesome local vendors including Curious CreaturesSandy Lau ArtForest Child and more!

When: Saturday, 12 November – Sunday, 13 November, 12pm – 9pm
Where: Capitol Piazza, Outdoor Plaza, L1 , 13 Stamford Road, Singapore 178905
How much: Free!

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Pop Up on the Hill

Get up to 60% OFF retail brands with this cool new concept that brings together kids’ fashion, homewares, essential oils and fine wines in a convivial atmosphere where mamas can wine and dine with their friends while getting their shop on. Featuring nine cool Singapore boutique brands, Pop Up on the Hill also offers drinks deals and exclusive food discounts in case your partner in crime and/or kids want to grab some grub while you’re snagging deals. There’s also a play dough sessions for kids offered by Essential Droppers.

When: Saturday, 12 November, 10am – 8pm
Where: Tin Hill Social, 100 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287992
How much: Free!

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NCA Charity Christmas Fair

Find a wonderful combination of charities selling their unique hand-made items mixed in with a collection of vendors selling beautiful seasonal gift items at this annual event sponsored by the Netherlands Charity Association. There will be entertainment throughout the day at the fair and a lucky draw with lots of prizes, including a KLM ticket to Amsterdam as the grand prize.

When: Thursday, 17 November, 10am – 5pm
Where: Hollandse Club, 22 Camden Park, Singapore 299814
How much: Free!

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Nutrition for School Kids Workshop by Healthy & Vitality

Learn not only how to ‘fuel for school’, but also how to ensure that your growing kiddos can be given the best nutritional change to thrive. Catering t0 all diets and food preferences, this workshop from nutritionist and Sassy Mama contributor Liza Rowan recognises that everyone is holistically unique in what works best for our bodies. Vegetarian, vegan and allergen-free options are provided. Class includes healthy snacks, demo, colourful handouts and resources, and access to great recipes!

When: Monday, 14 November, 9:30am – 12pm
Where: Rochalie Drive, Singapore
How much: $100, Snacks & Demo Included

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Disgraced by Singapore Repertory Theatre

Amir has worked hard to achieve the American Dream. He’s come a long way from his South Asian roots and has a successful career in law, a beautiful American wife and even a wardrobe of $600 custom-tailored shirts. His life however, begins to unravel when a celebratory dinner with friends leads to a fiery clash about his culture and identity that he’s worked so hard to cultivate. Has Amir removed himself too far from his roots? Disgraced, a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Ayad Akhtar takes you on an “entertaining and thought-provoking” (USA Today) journey, exploring the clash between modernity and faith.

When: Wednesday, 16 November – Sunday, 4 December
Where: KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Road, Singapore 239035
How much: From $35 ($15 YOUth tickets and group concessions available)

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