7 Things you can do this weekend: 24—25 March 2018
What's your game plan?
A weekend of pop-up stores, fun-filled activities and opportunities to acquire new skills such as playing the ukulele, paper quilling and more
1. Retro Riuh at APW Bangsar, 10am - 9pm, 24 & 25 Mar
Get groovy this weekend at Retro Riuh as they pay tribute to the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee. Expect pop up stores, performances that will take us back to the past, and open mic sessions. They'll also have workshops on learning how to play the ukulele, photography and coffee stain art.
2. Sunny Side Up Market—Celebrating Women at Slate at The Row, 11am - 6pm, 24 & 25 Mar
The upcoming edition of Sunny Side Up Market will be honouring female entrepreneurs in conjunction with International Women's Day earlier this month. Head over to Slate at The Row this weekend and have a look at over 35 pop-up stores—all run by our local superwomen.
3. ASA! Celebrates Year 1 at TREC KL, 8pm - 3am, 24 Mar
Kuala Lumpur's outdoor music-centric flea market, A Sunday Affair is back and they will be celebrating their first anniversary this coming Saturday. Be prepared for a day of shopping at crafty stores from the artisan market, a night filled with live performances, and last but not least, an after party that will be going on till late.
4. Ballet Illuminations 2018 at KLPAC, 16 Mar - 25 Mar
This weekend will be your last chance to catch Ballet Illuminations 2018. To conclude their Malaysian tour for the year, the Singapore Dance Theatre will be having a Classical Weekend which includes ballet pieces such as Coppélia Act III, The Nutcracker Act II and Kitri's Wedding. Catch fellow Malaysian Jeremie Gan who will be performing on both days.
5. Everyone Can Quill Easter workshop at Cziplee Malaysia, 10.30am - 1.30pm, 24 Mar
Learn a new fun skill—paper quilling! It's the art of cutting paper into long thin strips that are then rolled, shaped and glued together to create intricate decorative art pieces.
RM130 per person. For more info, visit the event page.
6. Concrete Decor workshop at The School @ Jaya One, 11am - 1pm, 24 Mar
Make a decoration piece for your home and show it off to your guests when they come over to visit. In this workshop, you can choose to make either a candle holder or a mini planter. Light refreshments will be provided.
The workshop is priced at RM90 per pax. Bring a friend to enjoy a special rate of RM160 for 2 pax. To reserve your seat for the class, book here.
7. Try out Nepresso's new limited edition coffees
If you're planning to just chill at home this weekend, why not make yourself a cup of coffee with one of the two limited edition coffees that Nespresso has launched? These two new coffee capsules are worth to try as they were inspired by the places of origin for coffee—Ethiopia for Arabica coffee and Uganda for Robusta coffee. Since a cup of coffee is best enjoyed with a book and relaxing music playing in the background, we have a great list of books you should be reading right now.