Where to Bring Kids to Carry Lanterns?

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Where to Bring Kids to Carry Lanterns?

Postby Puffer » Fri Oct 02, 2009 10:42 am

My little girl wishes to carry her newly-bought lantern. Other than void decks and Chinatown, anyone has better suggestions? Actually I thought of Chinese Gardens but seems that this year there's no activity on-going there? Anyone can confirm? Thanks in advance.

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Postby schellen » Fri Oct 02, 2009 11:14 am

Usually the RC in your neighbourhood will have organised something. Check the noticeboards or go to the RC directly to ask. It may be tonight or tomorrow night.

For my area, my DD's pri sch and the RC are organising an event together to be held in the pri sch tonight.

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Postby mintcc » Fri Oct 02, 2009 11:24 am

I think there is a walk tonight starting at seven...from Chinese Garden MRT to Omni-Theatre
http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/conte ... nce-centre

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Postby thebusybee » Fri Oct 02, 2009 3:38 pm

I know of these 2 venues, foc

1)West Coast Park - funfair & nature outdoor - 1 to 10pm

http://www.insing.com/event/things-to-d ... d-bd180000

http://www.ashmedia.com.sg/events/child ... ival-2009/

2) Vivocity - mass display & goodie bags - 6pm

http://www.vivocity.com.sg/happenings_promotions.html

Might hop both places tomorrow evening

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Postby Puffer » Fri Oct 02, 2009 6:34 pm

Hi, Thanks so much for the interesting places suggested. We'll have a family meeting to discuss which one to attend. :D

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Postby Luvkid » Sat Oct 03, 2009 2:58 am

schellen wrote:Usually the RC in your neighbourhood will have organised something. Check the noticeboards or go to the RC directly to ask. It may be tonight or tomorrow night..........


I had attended a mid autum celebration last sunday, organised by the neighbourhood CC. Ds purchased the ticket thru school and hence get $1.00 discount off the usal price. It was a hot & stuffy evening. First the 2 boys couldn't have miss the free ballon sculpture, free door gift & drink & ice cream. And follow by the LATERN TOUR. I was sweating to nowhere and yet need to hold the 2 boys arms to arms. Need to watch over the candles as they were both holding the paper lanterns. Dun regret doing that though, had a fun filled time. There were performance, but nowhere can be seen any available seat. We watched from far. Still felt sweaty and just need a cold shower then. Ds1 wanted to wait for the lucky draw and we waited. And true enough he receive a consolation or 3rd prize. For the rest of the night till the next day, he was satisfied with the prize.

This kind of organised activity will be good for us to attend with kids as i believe is an experience to them. At least, they knew mummy has gone with me to the LANTERN TOUR. :sweat:

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Postby schellen » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:53 am

Luvkid wrote:This kind of organised activity will be good for us to attend with kids as i believe is an experience to them. At least, they knew mummy has gone with me to the LANTERN TOUR. :sweat:


Yes! You described my exact sentiments after attending the one at DD's sch last night. Important thing: DD enjoyed herself and got a prize. :D

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