5 things to do this weekend: 1 - 3 December

5 things to do this weekend: 1 - 3 December

Christmas beckons

Text: Kimberly Kiong

Image: Facebook | WoonHung

Kick off a festive December at Wild Fyah!, Migrant Worker Poetry Competition and Inspiration Market

SHOPPING | Inspiration Market
If you're in a creative rut, come join the brilliant minds (designer WoonHung, florist Hello Flowers and more) that make our art markets possible. Be inspired by their stories and the models on the inclusive fashion runway who may be at a physical disadvantage but trudge on like the superstars that they are.
Hello Flowers Singapore florist
2 December, 12noon till 8pm at National Design Centre

SHOPPING | Sunday Social Market 
Trust kilo's resident DJ Giuseppe G along with YuJin, Sivanesh Pillai and Jared Jong to whisk you away to a tropical daze. Keep up that summer spirit with Lilla Lane, OliveAnkara and K Bella swim for your wardrobe fix. Hungry after all that dancing and shopping? Nom on juicy roasts by Camp Kilo Charcoal Club. Oh, if the kids get restless, rope them in for a colourful time with Scribolo.

3 December, 12noon till late at Camp Kilo Charcoal Club

POETRY | Migrant Worker Poetry Competition
Forgo your Sunday high teas. Instead, listen to valuable food for thought from 20 shortlisted poets who have tirelessly build our nation. A play (written, directed and staged by Migrant Workers) is an exciting addition to this year's lineup as well.

3 December, 3.45pm till 6pm at National Gallery

PARTY | Wild Fyah!
Art gallery café by day and Afro-Tropical Discotheque by night, Artistry will see Felabration's first edition of Wild Fyah! Blending African, Caribbean, Latin American and Asian beats, notable names Maarteen Goetheer, Senja, Rumshot of Dub Skanak'in Hifi and Rah of Darker than Wax are here to keep you grooving.

2 December, 9pm till late at Artistry

SHOPPING | Quayside Christmas Festival 2017
Adding on to the festive cheer are Singapore's acclaimed musicians and DJs Zora, New Stream Bass Band and The Steve McQueens, providing soundtrack to the artisanal market boasting gourmet and homegrown gifts that will help get your Christmas shopping sorted. Take a go at the interactive photo booth to complete your family holiday cards.

3 December, 11am till 10.30pm at The Quayside