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NAFA 2nd Fashion Merchandising and Marketing Diploma Graduation Fashion Show 2000

Features the design collection of each graduating student from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. Thur, 8.30pm. Pandan and Collyer Room, The Westin Hotel. Tickets: $15. From Sistic*.


Sheares Bridge Run

Organised by SAFRA National Service Association in support of the National Healthy Lifestyle Campaign, particpants can choose to do a 7km or 10km fun run, or a 21km half marathon competitvely or otherwise. 23 July, 5.30am and 8am for the half marathon and fun run respectively. The run starts from Marina Bay MRT and ends at the National Stadium. Registration fees: $9 (competitive half marathon) and $7 (fun run and non-competitive half marathon). Registration forms are available at SAFRA clubs, Reebok Concept Store at Suntec City Mall, Burger King restaurants and via the website Closing date: Sun. Enquiries: 377-9859 or 278-6011.



  • NUS Fiesta 2000.
    Held in conjunction with its annual Rag and Flag event to raise donations for its beneficiaries, there will be games, food stalls, and an art competition for children. Highlights include a float parade whereby participants exhibit their masterpieces, as well as Lindy Hop and Jam-X band performances. Sat (15 July), 10am to 6pm. The campus' Sports and Recreation Centre. Tickets: $10. Call Grace at 9221-6028, or e-mail

  • Charity Fiesta 2000.
    A fund-raising event organised by NUS Students' Union Volunteer Action Committee. In addition to the sale of food and handicraft, there is also guitar, a capella and symphonic band performances. 9am to 4pm. NUS Forum. Perfect 10 deejay Daniel Ong hosts the lunch-time performance on Wed, 1-2pm. Tickets: $2. Available at the site.

  • The Web Fiesta.
    The launch of three websites, Namo, and Integra with a carnival-style bang that includes fire-eating and balloon sculpturing performances. Sat (22 July) and 23 July, 10am to 10pm. Civic Plaza, Ngee Ann City.


Flea Markets

  • Clarke Quay.
    More than 70 stalls selling a wide range of antiques, collectibles and handicraft. There are also buskers' and in-line skating performances, and a demonstration-cum-sale of clay, crystal and beaded jewellery. Sun, 9am to 5pm. Five-foot-way and atrium of The Cannery, Read Street and Clarke Street. Catch the lion and dragon dance, flag acrobatics and Chinese drums demonstrations every Wed. 8-8.30pm, Read Bridge.

  • Tanglin Mall.
    Over 60 stalls selling handicraft, collectibles, curios and antiques every third Sat of the month, including second-hand clothes and accessories every first Sat of the month. 5-11pm.



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