Saturday & Sunday, 3 & 4 September 2016
Free admission (includes free entry to Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual Splendour)

Celebrate September with a feast for your senses! Immerse yourself in festive colours and sounds, with local Eurasian and Filipino communities. East and West meet through cultural performances, like the iconic Portuguese Eurasian folk dance, Jinkli Nona, and traditional Sinulog dance from the Philippines. Take part in craft activities, dress up, and storytelling inspired by Christian art across Asia.

Love, Light, Living Festival at the Asian Civilisations Museum

Saturday, 3 September 2016
1 to 5pm

  • Children’s theatre and storytelling
  • Craft activities inspired by cultural practices and exhibition
  • Traditional costume display, dress-up, and photo op at the Eurasian Association heritage booth
  • “The Time Traveller” Character Journey and public tours of Christianity in Asia

1.30pm, 3.30pm, 4.30pm: Highlight cultural performances

  • Experience Sinulog: a lively and colourful parade from Southern Philippines with dance, costumes, and live music
  • Dress up and try out traditional dance steps from the Philippines
  • Watch and learn the steps to the traditional Portuguese Eurasian dance, Jinkli Nona

5pm to 9pm

  • Launch of the Parol, an outdoor giant lantern
  • Craft activities
  • Outdoor foodfest with Filipino, Eurasian and local street food

Sunday, 4 September 2016

1 to 5pm

  • Children’s theatre and storytelling
  • Craft activities inspired by cultural practices and exhibition
  • Traditional costume display, dress-up, and photo op at the Eurasian Association heritage booth
  • “The Time Traveller” Character Journey and public tours of Christianity in Asia

Highlight cultural performances at 1.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm

  • Experience Sinulog: a lively and colourful parade from Southern Philippines with dance, costumes, and live music
  • Dress up and try out traditional dance steps from the Philippines
  • Watch and learn the steps to the traditional Portuguese Eurasian dance, Jinkli Nona

september 2016 family activities

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