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Check out our Easter Events highlights to see where to have fun this Easter in Singapore!

We’ve given you our recommendations on where to brunch, what to wear and where to go, but nothing quite says ‘Easter’ like a good ol’ egg hunt! Read on for all the best Easter egg hunts happening on the island, and plenty of outdoor and indoor Easter fun!

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Sassy Mama March Mama Meet Up: Easter Egg Hunt at CIS
Come down for a morning of Easter fun at the magical Outdoor Discovery Centre (ODC), CIS’s engaging outdoor learning environment with fun features like a mud kitchen and eco pond. Bright eggs will be tucked away amongst the bushes and other little corners of the garden – find them and you can then trade your egg treasure for delicious chocolate bunnies and eggs!

When: Thursday, 22 March 2018, 9:30am – 11am
Where: Kindergarten Outdoor Discovery Centre, Canadian International School (Lakeside Campus), 7 Jurong West Street 41, Singapore 649414, Tel: (+65) 6734 8088
How much: FREE! RSVP here!

Crochet a Cabbage for Easter with Tiny Rabbit Hole
Learn to crochet cabbages and bunnies with Tiny Rabbit Hole! This fun activity is great for parents to do as a bonding activity with their kids.

Session 1: 24 March, 11am (for beginners)
Session 2: 24-25 March, 11am (for beginners)
Session 3: 26 March 2018 (for experienced crocheters)
Where: Tiny Rabbit Hole, 62A Smith Street, Singapore 058964
How much: From $69.90/person for Session 1 & 2. Session 3 is free admission!

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The Party Elves’ Easter Family Picnic
Easter Egg Hunts, games and craft for the children, and a chance for parents to muck in… or take a seat and allow the children to just get stuck in 😉 Buzz in the Woods will be open for breakfast and lunch. Please make table reservations directly at (+65) 8168 7127.

When: 1 April 2018
Where: Buzz in the Woods (Singapore), 320 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247980
How much: $30 per child, includes breakfast voucher. Parents and kids under 2 years old enter free!

Chinese Swimming Club Easter Flea Market
Join CSC for a day of fun-filled day activities! Win prizes in the colourful egg hunt, track down exclusive deals at the buzzing flea market and get hands-on at the various art & craft workshops.

When: 1 April 2018
Where: Chinese Swimming Club, 21/34 Amber Road Singapore 439870, Singapore 439870
How much: Free admission!

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Easterville at Café Melba
Spend your long weekend at either of the two Café Melba outlets this Easter! The fun includes their famous Egg Hunt every day at 10am and 3pm (don’t forget to bring your own baskets!), bouncy castle, Easter colouring, face painting and art & craft activities! Mamas and dads can sit back and feast on their Catch of the Day or Weekend Roast while the littlies run free.

When: 30 March – 1 April 2018
Café Melba at Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road Goodman Arts Centre, Block N #01-56, Singapore 439053
Cafe Melba at Mediapolis, 1 Stars Avenue #03-01, Singapore 138507
How much: Free admission!

L’arietta Production Presents Alice in Wonderland
The local chamber opera company that brought you Purgatory for Halloween takes a colourful turn for Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice in Wonderland! Celebrate the child in you with the whole fam, and be surprised by how fun an opera can be. The show features opera veterans Akiko Otao, Leslie Tay and Brent Allcock, as well as fresh faces to the Singapore opera scene. The show will feature hats in collaboration with local brand The Girl with a Hat, and Namiko Takahashi Chan’s line of hand-painted costumes.

When: 29 March – 1 April 2018
Where: Aliwal Arts Centre, 28 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199918
How much: From $25 for students. Kids under 3 years old enter free!

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Singapore Polo Club Easter Egg-stravaganza
Bunny hop around the magnificent horses at Singapore Polo Club! With magic shows, an egg hunt, game booths, crafts and more (including goodie bags!), there’s so much fun to be had, mamas.

When: 30 March 2018, 2pm – 5pm
Where: Singapore Polo Club, 80 Mount Pleasant Road, Singapore 298334
How much: $30+ for members, $35+ for guests

Hotel Fort Canning Easter in the Park
It’s no wonder HFC’s annual Easter in the Park event sells out every year – besides an appearance by The Easter Bunny, families at this year’s fairies and pixies-themed event can also expect a Piñata Bonanza, a Pixies Easter Egg Dash, a Bouncy Castle, toys and slides, a “Best-Dressed Pixie” contest and much more!

When: 1 April 2018, 12pm – 3pm
Where: Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881
How much: Sassy Mamas enjoy a special admission fee of $78++ for adults, and $48++ for children under 12 years of age. Children under 4 dine free!

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Peranakan Museum Straits Family Sunday
Find bunnies and other interesting animals in the galleries during an interactive guided tour! Switch up your Easter pastels for a sarong kebaya or batik shirt with the littlies! There will also be opportunities to create your own artwork to bring home.

When: 1 April 2018, 1pm to 5pm
Where: Peranakan Museum, 39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941
How much: Free!

Salted & Hung Easter Happenings
Enjoy a special Easter-themed kid-friendly brunch with fun activities! Little tykes will love the Easter egg painting and a cupcake décor station, while mamas and dads tuck into super-indulgent Mac ‘N’ Cheese, Hot Cross Buns, chocolate bark covered in candy treats and more.

When: 31 March – 1 April 2018, 11:30am – 4pm
Where: Salted & Hung, 12 Purvis Street, Singapore 188591
How much: $75++ per person for food only, add $45++ for free-flow beverages. Kids under 10 years old dine free!

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