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School’s Out! Week 2

By inSing.com EditorEvents - 22 November 2010 1:20 PM | Updated 9:46 AM

School’s Out! Week 2

Well, we’re already a week into the school holidays and the list of things to do just keeps getting longer! This week, we bring you lots of variety – whether you’re in the mood for animals, anime, culture or plain wet ‘n wild fun!

Excited yet? Read on!

 

 

 

CAN'T MISS

For an amazing race your kids will never forget, check out the Feather Run (Nov 27, Sat, prices $24-34 including admission) happening at the Bird Park which combines bird viewing with an exciting running adventure across the park compounds. Stretching a competitive 2km route for runners, this is best suited for kids between the ages of 7-12.


If your young ones are enamored by colorful birds, don’t miss the 2-day Bird Quest Camp (Nov 25-26, Thur-Fri, $120 per child) where they’ll get a chance to get up close and personal with their new feathered friends, as well as engage in hands-on bird keeping experience. Cost includes admission to the park, panorail rides, conducted tours, all meals stated and materials for art and craft.

Recommended for kids between the ages of 3-12, registration will be capped at 40 participants.

For an even more intensive experience for your budding safari explorer, the Zoo is also holding its Zoo Explore Camp (Nov 22-26, Mon-Fri, $420 per child). Definitely not for the faint of heart!

Ever been to Wild Wild Wet at night? Now you can, with its themed night Wet ‘n Live (Nov 27, Sat, tickets $8 for adults, $6 kids)! Whether your kids prefer to relax in the Jacuzzi or splash away in the Tsunami Wave Pool, there’ll be plenty to do and see with lots of food and entertainment on tap. Find out how you can WIN tickets to Wild Wild Wet today!

 

Wild Wild Wet

 

Arabian Nights Musical


For an evening of family fun of a different sort, don’t miss The Arabian Nights Family Musical (until Dec 12, tickets $33-$36), an exhilarating performance including a myriad of familiar tales randing from Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp’ and ‘Ali Baba’ to ‘The Tale of the Hunchback’ and ‘The Fisherman’. Enter a world of magic, intrigue, princes and princesses and adventure! Suitable for all ages from 5-95.

If your kids display more than a passing interest in mythical folklore, then the Arabian Nights 5-day Workshop (until Dec 10, $220 per child ages 3-7, $270 per child ages 8-15) is definitely recommended! Based on mysterious Middle Eastern folktales, this is a terrific way to explore themes such as friendship, courage and perseverance.

Ages 3 - 7: 9.30am to 11.30am or 3pm to 5pm

Ages 8 - 10: 9.30am to 12.30pm or 2pm to 5pm

Ages 11 - 15: 2pm to 5pm

Lastly, for young ones weaned on a steady diet of Japanese anime, they’ll be thrilled with Sinema’s screening of the highly-popular Zeta Gundam trilogy (until Nov 27, Sat, tickets $8-10). A definite can’t-miss for anime fans!


Here are some other activities going on this week:

Parenthood Fair

Pokemon Funderland Live Show

Crafts Bazaar 2010