Things are starting to heat up as we draw closer to the last quarter of the year! This week, we find ourselves caught in the winds of change; there are farewells to be made, music to be danced, conversations to be had, food to be eaten, and craft sake to be drunk – who’s up for it?
Wedge 29: Are we fashionably sustainable?
In fast-paced Singapore where convenience is the name of the game, we rarely think of slowing down. Be it food or fashion — how and where would the concept of sustainability fit in the local context? Join The Wedge and The Fashion Pulpit for a documentary screening and discussion panel on the topic of sustainable fashion. What are our responsibilities as consumers? What is the ultimate cost of taking the easy way out? Find out, in the name of fashion (and some food).
Kampong Boogie presents: The Last Escape
Oh, how we hate saying goodbye to great local spaces. Three years since its discreet opening at Golden Mile Complex, the Great Escape is going out with a bang. On Friday, get pumped as the Kampong Boogie crew will be throwing down a no-frills rooftop carpark discotheque celebration. It’s a bittersweet mix of nostalgic celebration with cheap drinks and good music: funk, soul, tropical, house, disco, hip-hop…it’s not the end unless the beat says so!
Sake Matsuri Singapore 2018
Three words: free flow sake. Sake-enthusiasts, this is not something you’d want to miss. In a bid to raise awareness and appreciation for craft sake locally, Sake Matsuri will have more than 200 varieties of sake for tasting. Don’t get too drunk though, there are also masterclasses conducted by sake sommeliers and brewers to learn more about the quintessential Japanese alcoholic beverage, and check out the rare sakes that haven’t been available in Singapore until now.
Float Club Conversations presents Vessels: An exploration of Breathwork and Floatation
Has the past week been stretching you past your limits? The launch of workshop series Float Club Conversations will be imparting science-based knowledge to take charge of your inner health. The series kicks off with a session on breathwork and floatation on Saturday, where experienced-yogi Purnima Rai will lead you on a journey of discovery and meditative practice to transform simple breathing into an act self-healing.
Vessels: An exploration of Breathwork and Floatation will be happening on Saturday, 29 September from 9.30am – 11.30am, at Palm Ave Float Club – Lavender. Tickets available here.
One Last Kilo Bite Party!
Attention, everyone. Kilo Kallang will be moving out of their riverfront home in Kallang and into the hip hood of Duxton towards the end of the year. You know what that means -moving-out party! Luxuriate in the nostalgia as the Kilo Kitchen sees a family reunion with familiar faces including Javier Perez, Joshua Adjodha, Bryan Lee, Manel Valero, Tim Forster and Tim Ross-Watson, dishing out Kilo classics throughout the evening.
Top Image: Shiori.Ori Photography