Here's your chance to spend some quality time with the family — and your dogs!
Drumming from East to West
If you added percussion to an orchestra, what will you get? A "just sit back and prepare to be entertained" kind of performance. This is what Scottish percussionist Evelyn Glennie and the Singapore Chinese Orchestra are promising their audience for one night only. They'll be aided by Taiwanese composer Chung Yiu-kwong's concerto for solo percussion, as well as Chinese traditional tunes. 2 June, 8pm. Singapore Chinese Orchestra Hall, Singapore Conference Hall. Tickets from $25.
Jewish tour of Singapore
Did you know that Singapore also has a small Jewish community? Get to know them with this guided tour that will take you through two synagogues and sculptures at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. 3 June, 2pm. Dempsey Bus Park. Admission, $100.
Cesar Millan Live in Singapore
Looking for more ways to bond with your dog? Then attend this talk by Cesar Millan, the star of "Dog Whisperer". The TV host will share his secrets on how to transform your relationship with your pet, so you can understand his needs better. 2-3 June, 8pm. Grand Theatre, Marina Bay Sands. Tickets from $83. Pets are not allowed at the show.
Big Chef Little Chef
Learn something new while having fun with the kids: Matthew Mok, the chef and founder of the Rabbit Stash, will conduct a cooking workshop for 15 parent-child teams. On the menu? Grilled herb chicken with potato. 2 June, 10am. The Little Arts Academy. $53.50 for each team.
Dreamer in the Deep
What better way to teach the kids about nature and the earth than through a puppet show? Acclaimed puppet masters Richard Hart and Julia Davis will preside over this play that's recommended for children ages five and above. 2-3 June. Various times. Goodman Arts Centre, Black Box Theatre. Tickets are at $31 each.