Look forward to an exciting line-up of programmes, including an online workshop on growing high-rise edible greens In Singapore. Having any issues with growing edibles? Join our Q&Asession to get the answers you need!
Date: 27 November 2021
Time: From 9am
Register and get more information on their website.
Jurong Lake Garden’s signature event is back for the month of November!
Kick-start your day with us through the fun filled series of children’s programmes to learn more about squirrels, guinea pigs and otters!
Following this, spend your afternoons with us learning from our speakers on growing edibles in your own high-rise apartments!
Join us from the comforts of your home and we hope to see you online!
Online Talks and Workshops
Time: 9am – 10am
Sometime the tiniest are the mightiest. Brown squirrel was tiny and plain until the day he decided to help. What did squirrel do?
Join us to listen to this Deepavali tale where we celebrate small and large victories, and learn how to make a colourful Rangoli suncatcher!
I am a Responsible Pet Owner! (Online)
Time: 10am – 11am
Are you ready to own a pet? Learn more about how to provide basic care and understanding various behaviours of pet animals. You will get to understand the importance of adopting a pet and what you can do to become a responsible pet owner!
In this edition, we will be introducing participants to guinea pigs. Being one of the more popular types of pets for first time pet owners, there is much to learn about these adorable ‘fur-iends’. Participants will have an engaging session to learn about guinea pigs and meet our pet ambassadors, Jill and Joey bowie.
Ottie the Otter (Online Narrative for Children)
Time: 11.30am – 12.30pm
Join Ottie the Otter as he embarks on a journey up the Jurong River with his friend Monica the Monkey! Follow their adventure upstream as they venture through the estates and discover more about the water that Ottie calls home.
Ottie and Monica will be sharing tips on how we can reduce water usage and protect one of our most important natural resources: Water. Let’s help them spread the word as they rally the community in this fight against climate change!
With Christmas around the corner, join us and learn how to make an ornamental Christmas tree!
This programme is brought to you through a collaboration with Waterways Watch Society.
How to Grow Your Own High-rise
Time: 2pm – 2.45pm
Microgreens and leafy vegetables are popular edible plants among Singaporeans. Space is often a constraint for high-rise dwellers here, and microgreens and leafy vegetables are most suited for such confined areas. They are quick to grow and a sizeable harvest can be obtained from a small space. Join us in this gardening talk where Jack Yam shares with us his knowledge on how this can be done on your balcony or corridor. You can also hear from him the benefits of bringing together people, such as, your neighbours, to participate in an enjoyable collective effort to grow edibles in your living space.
Gardening Q&A (November)
Time: 3pm – 3.45pm
Have issues growing plants in your garden? Join us in this virtual meeting to get them answered by our in-house horticulturist, Dr Wilson Wong. This session will be run monthly during Bazaar in the Garden.
It’s the weekend and are you looking for things / activities to do? Check out our weekly roundup of Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore.
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