The Teenage team is keeping busy this weekend, with adoption drives to head to, good food to nom on, and a massive sale to attend!
Johanna Teo, Deputy Editor
VISIT: Animal Adoption Drives
If you’re looking for a new furry companion, there will be several adoption drives going on this weekend, and you should really head down to check ’em out. If you’ve visited the shelters that they call home, you’ll understand the ‘adopt, don’t shop’ mentality that animal welfare organisations emphasise on. Some of the dogs you’ll see might’ve have been abandoned by their owners, others rescued from dreadful conditions on the streets – but all of them are badly in need of a loving home. I’ll be heading down to Turf City for the Action For Singapore Dogs (ASD) adoption drive on 3 April (details on the main banner), but you could also visit the Voices for Animals adoption drive on 2 and 3 April, or the Save Our Street Dogs (SOSD) adoption drive on 3 April.
Voices for Animals adoption drive will be held on 2-3 April (Saturday and Sunday) from 1-5pm at the Mutts & Mittens open field, No. 11 Pasir Ris Farmway 2. SOSD adoption drive will be held on 3 April (Sunday), from 12-4pm at Cornerstone Cafe, 1380 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1.
ATTEND: Kaplan Open House
Contemplating your next study path? Drop by the Kaplan Open House on 2 April to find out more about the dynamic courses that Kaplan offers, and attend complimentary informative seminars that’ll help you better understand how to gain a competitive edge with your choice of education. Also, receive study grants and exclusive gifts when you submit a free e-assessment, as well as a chance to win attractive prizes, including concert tickets to The Invincible Jay Chou World Tour 2016 too! Find out more here.
The Kaplan Open House will be held on 2 April from 11am-5pm, at Kaplan City Campus @ Wilkie Edge.
Chew Hui Ling, Writer
Not gonna lie, Maki-San has been keeping us filled with wholesome maki goodness during our overtime nights and we’re huge fans of this create-your-own concept. With over 80 fillings to pick from, this Halal gem allows you to personalise your own Little San ($7.90) and Mega San ($9.90) rolls the way you like it. Or you can go the safer route of their ready-made signature specialties like Salmon Says ($9.90), Keep On Shrimpin’ ($9.90) and Roast N’ Roll ($8.90). Trust us, these are equally good. Besides, who doesn’t love adorable boxes of DIY sushi with pun-tastic names?
P/S: We’re giving away cash vouchers to Maki-San! Find out how you can win here.
Maki San is located at 2 Handy Road #B1-17/18, Singapore 229233.
LISTEN: Daydream – DAY6
So much happened within these few months, with Junhyeok’s departure and all. Which makes sense how fans seem to link the message of their title track ‘Letting Go’ to the former keyboardist – plus, notice how they left the keyboard position empty? Theories aside, DAY6’s newest musical effort Daydream is yet another self-produced treasure, this time by the very talented Young K. The result is a beyond breathtaking collection of dulcet tones, upbeat ditties and bass-heavy tunes. ‘Blood’ is my personal jam, but all the other tracks are just as amazing. Check ’em out!
SHOP: Gallery & Co Sale
Okay, this is not an April Fool’s joke guys: Gallery & Co is indeed organising a massive sale this weekend! Prices will be slashed up to 40% off on various homeware, fashion and stationery brands such as Atomic Prints, West River Field and Living Things. Pro tip: Head there early, do your shopping, and roam the National Gallery for the rest of the day!
The Gallery & Co. Sale will be taking place from 1 to 3 April, 10am to 10pm (Friday & Saturday), 10am – 7pm (Sunday) at 1 St Andrews Road, #01-05 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore 178957.