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Free things to do this weekend

By Wei Wen SngEvents - 26 July 2012 11:00 AM

Free things to do this weekend

It’s time to X-Periment, at the Singapore Science Festival 2012. From Friday till Sunday this event highlights the research, innovations and developments made by the science community in Singapore! Catch Doktor Kaboom and his crazy science experiments, as he educates and excites you on the various wonders of modern science!

An interactive science experiment with Doktor Kaboom

Take a SketchingTourat the Fort Canning Park this Saturday morning, 28th July. Bring your favourite art materials with you as you gain inspiration from the history, beauty and nature that the Fort Canning has to offer.

Looking for a job? Come to the STJobsCareer & Development 2012 Fair at the Suntec Convention Centre this weekend. With more than 180 participants from various companies, you might just find your way to that job you’ve been dreaming of!

History buff? Trying to know more about Singapore? Join the GuidedWalk: EmpressPark, EsplanadeParkandWarMemorialParkTrail, and learn about Singapore’s growth, history and development from its beginnings as a fishing village to the modern city that it is today. From 4- 6pm.

Also see: 10 best Singapore parks

This Saturday evening, head down to the BluesGreens & Beans: TributeToTheHammondLegacyat the Esplanade Concourse, where you can listen to the music of legendary organ trios, such as Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery and Grady Tate, and Billy Hart, covered by the Aynsley Green Organ Transplant

Since it’s picnic season, why don’t you pack a basket and run over to the Botanic Gardens and enjoy a performance from the SingaporeBandDirectorsAssociation.

A case of divine intervention: James Wilkin’s ‘Origins’

'Mr Moonrise Himalayas' by James Wilkins

It’s going to be a sumptuous visual feast at James Wilkins’ exhibit, Origins at the Arts House. Featuring works from collections such as ‘Moonrise’, ‘Impacts’ this installation of large scale photographs will leave you in breath-taking wonder. Read more about the exhibition here.

For more inspiration on what’s happening this weekend for free, check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend, and see you back here next week!