April Events in Singapore

In April, we celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, a special time to think about our planet. Check out some events this month to join the movement for a greener world.


In April, we celebrate Earth Day! April 22nd is a special time to think about our planet. But it’s important to remember that caring for the Earth isn’t just for one day—it’s for every day! Check out some events this month to join the movement for a greener world.

1. The Young Explorers Program

Time: July through August 2024

Organiser: OceanX


The Ocean X Young Explorer’s Programme offers an immersive and educational experience for students aged 18-22 aboard the OceanXplorer. Participants engage in 1 to 10-day adventures, exploring marine life, ocean conservation, and the latest oceanographic research. The programme aims to inspire a deeper understanding of ocean exploration and foster a sense of responsibility towards protecting marine ecosystems. Young Explorers 2024 will feature various missions taking place in Indonesia throughout July and August. 

OceanXplorer, the most advanced exploration, research and media vessel is currently based in Singapore for half of year in 2024. 

Applications for the OceanX Young Explorers Program 2024 are currently open and will close on the 5th of April. 

Click here to learn more.

2. Farmers’ Market: Easter Egg-stravaganza Edition

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Sat, 6th of April

Location: City Sprouts Henderson, 102 Henderson Road

Organiser: City Sprouts


The Farmer’s Market Easter Egg-stravaganza Edition is an engaging Easter event that promotes buying local and adopting eco-friendly practices. The Farm Animal Experience includes workshops on the frog life cycle, insights into the life of chickens, and an exploration of composting creepy crawlies. Additionally, the event offers a farmer’s market showcasing a diverse range of fresh produce and artisanal products.

Click here to learn more.

3. Stride with Marcel (Clean Up)

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., Sat, 6th of April

Location: City Plaza

Organiser: Stridy


Litter poses risks to our environment by polluting the air, water, and soil, threatening wildlife, and providing habitats for pests. Join ‘Stride with Marcel’ to actively contribute to our environment! Striding entails collecting litter while walking, running, or hiking. You can make a meaningful impact by taking part in routine clean-up activities, helping to keep our urban community clean and thriving. 

Click here to learn more.

4. Zero Market: Fash up by the Pond

Time: 9:00a.m. – 2:00p.m., 6th – 7th of April

Place: Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre, 30A Yishun Central 1, Singapore 768796

Organiser: Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre 慈济人文青年中心


The Zero • Market is a sustainable lifestyle market that offers fresh produce and sustainable goods, aiming to reduce waste with Zero Meat and Zero Plastic. It occurs every first and third weekend (Saturday and Sunday) of the month unless otherwise specified. Visit the Zero Market and remember to bring your own bag! This month’s event, Fash up by the Pond, features an open wardrobe, green products, and information sharing.

Click here to learn more.

5. Eco Fair @ Katong 

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., 11th to 14th April

Location:  i12 Katong

Organiser: City Sprouts & i12Katong


As April marks Earth month, City Sprouts is delighted to bring you their Eco-Fair at i12 Katong! From learning about upcycling fabric and other materials to discovering how to make natural scrubs and grow microgreens, the Eco Fair offers hands-on experiences for everyone interested in living more sustainably.

Click here to learn more.

6. Earth x Fashion 3.0 @ Weave Suites – Midtown

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., 15th – 24th of April

Location: Weave Suites – Midtown, 33 Jalan Sultan

Organiser: Cloop


In conjunction with Fashion Revolution Week 2024, “Earth x Fashion 3.0: Weave Suites Midtown” is a ten-day event from April 15 to 24 focusing on sustainable fashion. It showcases eco-friendly designs, materials, and production methods. Attendees can explore trends like upcycling and zero-waste design, join workshops on circular economy principles and reducing fashion waste, and engage with experts on ethical sourcing and technology in fashion. Join us in shaping a sustainable future for fashion!

Click here to learn more.

7. Wasted: What we Throw Away Doesn’t go Away

Time: 7:00 a.m, Mon, 22nd of April

Location: Cineleisure

Organiser: The Projector


Wasted” is a thought-provoking documentary film that explores the global issue of food waste and its environmental impact. Through compelling storytelling and interviews with experts, “Wasted” sheds light on innovative solutions and initiatives to reduce food waste and create a more sustainable food system. It challenges viewers to rethink their consumption habits and consider the environmental and social implications of food waste.

Click here to learn more.

8. For the Love of Land 

Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., 27th of April

Location: Common Ground Civic Centre & Consultancy

Organiser: Moving Earth Film


“For the Love of Land” initiates a dialogue on land stewardship, spotlighting Singapore’s changing landscape. This event includes the official screening of the film “Moving Earth,” which explores themes of environmental sustainability and land conservation. The conversation will be joined by experts and activists in the field, offering insights into sustainable land management practices, biodiversity conservation, and the importance of environmental stewardship.

This event serves as a fundraising platform for #GUIsBigMove. It is jointly organised by The Roving Studio and Ground-Up Initiative (GUI) with venue support by Common Ground Civic Centre & Consultancy.

Click here to learn more.

9. Nature and Sustainability Tour: Energy and Water

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m., Sat, 27th of April

Location: Bayfront Plaza Shuttle Station, Bayfront MRT (Exit B)

Organiser: Gardens by the Bay


The “Nature and Sustainability Tour: Energy and Water” takes participants on an immersive journey through Gardens by the Bay, focusing on environmental awareness and sustainable practices. Attendees will discover energy-efficient solutions and water conservation strategies through the guided tour and interactive activities. 

Click here to sign up.

There are currently 6 routes under the Nature and Sustainability tour. They are available every Saturday and Sunday. 

10. Repair Kopitiam

Time: Sunday, 28th of April 

Place: Various locations 

Organiser: Repair Kopitiam 


Repair Kopitiam is an initiative designed to combat the disposable culture by offering a platform where individuals can mend their personal belongings with guidance and assistance from volunteer “Repair Coaches”. This do-it-yourself (DIY) repair event takes place on the final Sunday of each month at different locations throughout the country. To participate, attendees need to schedule a specific timeslot and are allowed to bring up to two items for repair during each session.

Read event house rules here.

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