Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Woof woof! Calling all Dog Lovers!

Calling All Dog Lovers!!

Are you interested to learn about responsible dog ownership?

Hear from a vet about how to care for your puppy or an older dog? Pick up tips on grooming and feeding?

Meet other dog lovers in the neighbourhood?

Ask AVA about the latest regulations for dog owners?

If you think you will be keen to participate in a Dog Lovers Talk at the neighbourhood, that covers the above topics, please send an email to:

with a gauge of interest - it would then be possible to plan for the event!

Do pass the word to your other neighbours!

Heritage Hunter....comes to Singapore!

Not sure when this will show, but do look out for the episode with Singapore and Hong Kong in it!

Hong Kong and Singapore are 2 of the most dynamic cities in South East Asia - both ex British colonies, both predominately Chinese. Their skyscrapers are monuments to their economic success built on the backs of an immigrant population. In these cities are treasures which hark back to a different social and economic milieu

Wing Lee Street in Hong Kong sits on a valuable piece of real estate, caught in a time warp of neglect. Its tenement shop houses have been home to immigrant families for decades. Beneath the grime are treasures to be uncovered, stories to be told.

Tiong Bahru Estate is the oldest public housing estate in Singapore. Built before the war, the architecture of the low rise flats are a heady blend of the clean lines and elegant curves of the era of art decor. In its heyday it was dubbed the Hollywood of Singapore and a favoured place for romantic trysts.The Heritage Hunter calls on the Monkey God to help her find her treasures.

Channel News Asia International produced by Sitting In Pictures

Starring: Linda Black
Written By: Catherine Lim/ Vincent Fong
Directed by: Vincent Fong/ Catherine Lim
Plot outline:

Heritage Hunter is a 6 x 30 mins. adventure series which explores historical, cultural and environmental sites in Asia and efforts to protect, preserve and develop them. In each programme the Heritage Hunter(Linda Black) will have to find 3 “treasures.” The treasures can be tangible - a relic, a rare plant - or intangible - a legend, a task. The clues are cryptic. The “treasures” are pieces of a puzzle which are significant to the narrative of the heritage story of the people who live there.

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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Tiong Bahru The Film - the Preview!

For all of those who took part in the making of the film... read about the sneak preview that was held on Monday night....

Cast, crew, friends and family joined filmmaker Joe Lawlor for a sneak preview of TIONG BAHRU on Monday, one day before its official world premiere at the National Museum of Singapore. Over 300 people from the local community came along to see themselves and their friends on the big screen and the film did not disappoint. The stunning vistas taken from the roof of the carpark of the Tiong Bahru were matched only by the beautiful portraits Joe, Christine and Director of Photography Daniel Low had made of the community, whose appearances were met with sighs, giggles and excited whispers. Host Chua En Lai added a bit of extra sparkle to the evening while the first screening ended with a loud round of applause. Joe then answered questions about the film, alongside TIONG BAHRU producer Dan Prichard, and the film was then screened again, so that the cast could once again enjoy their Hollywood moment ... READ MORE

For those of you who could not make it, the film is having its world premier at the National Museum tonight, and will be showing at the National Museum 'Cinema' for the next few weeks... For details of the screening, go HERE.

Bring your family, your friends, your neighbours!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Tiong Bahru The Film - The Exhibition!

Hi everyone, as you may know, the film will soon be launched....

In the meantime, to see the story behind the making of the film, do check out the following exhibition at the Market, where it all happened!

2nd Oct 2010 to 10 Oct 2010.
Tiong Bahru Market Foyer,
Seng Poh Road.

' Taking place at the Tiong Bahru market from Saturday 2nd October to Sunday 10th October, this exhibition documents the three days in June 2010 when Tiong Bahru market and hawker centre was transformed into a movie set, with the help of UK-based filmmakers Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, and 150 volunteers from the community.'

Thursday, September 23, 2010

16th Day of the 8th Lunar Month - the celebrations commences!

Everything is set up at Eng Hoon Street today, as the celebration for the Birthday of the Great Heavenly Sage commences - and it is also the 90th Anniversary of this particular temple.

Something to look out for this time would be the display of a wide range of historic sedan chairs for the temple that have been gifted by devotees over the decades.

The main prayer event for today begins at 4.30pm, if you are in the hood, come by too. Check out the Chinese street opera (Teochew) from this evening!

All are invited - note that the bamboo with the lanterns is a 'signal' to heavenly beings to come join in the festivities.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Tiong Bahru Tours

Geraldene Lowe is offering the following tours for Tiong Bahru, based around the Festival for the Great Heavenly Sage:

23 SEPT Thurs - TIONG BAHRU WALK 2.30 - 5.30pm ending with Monkey God Birthday Procession - great photo opportunites!

24 SEPT FRI - TIONG BAHRU WALK 9.30AM - 12.30 Both Tours meet Holiday Inn Atrium Lobby - visiting Temples, famous Market Best Cake Shop in town - stay on to have lunch and see Opera Performance specially to entertain Monkey God!

Call Geraldene for details - afternoons 67375250 or leave a message and she will call you back.

You can also email her on :

Do go if you live here, but have not yet been on a tour to understand our neighbourhood!


Mid Autumn and Birthday of the Great Heavenly Sage

Dear Friends and Neighbours,

once again, the Mid Autumn Festival rolls around, where we make time to mark the harvest, enjoy the beauty of the fullest Moon of the year, and make merry with goodies and beautiful lanterns.

While we no longer have most of the lanterns above - which up to the mid 1980s, were commonly on sale in Singapore, we can think of creating new ones of our own! Apparently such cellophane lanterns are unique to Malaysia and Singapore - and are not seen in mainland China itself.

Related to the season is the main Birthday of the Great Heavenly Sage - more popularly known as 'Monkey God'/'Monkey King' or 'Sun Wukong'.

His main temple in Singapore is right here in Tiong Bahru - the Qi Tian Gong Temple at Eng Hoon Street. This year, the temple celebrates its 90th Anniversary, as the street banner and decorations proudly proclaim.

As with each year, a full programme of entertainments for the Deity has been arranged for the 5 days of celebrations - from 24th Sept (16th day of the 8th Lunar Month) to 27th Sept (20th day of the 8th Lunar Month).

Details of the celebrations can be found on the website of the temple:

If you are interested in a colorful folk festival, this is the time to come to visit Tiong Bahru with your camera to capture the festivities! Lion and Dragon Dances, Chinese Opera and Getai!

This is also when a tour by Singapore's noted tourguide - Geraldene Lowe - as featured in the National Day special of the Straits Times this year - will be conducted to share with all who are interested, the history of Tiong Bahru.

p.s. as with each year's festival, it is going to be a lively and somewhat noisy event. If this is not your thing as a new resident, the temple seeks your accomodation and understanding on this matter.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Snatch Theft and other alerts!

Dear Neighbours,

just recently, we have had a report of an attempted snatch theft along Kim Pong Road. An elderly man who was walking with his grandchild was attacked from the back by a thief who ran past and wanted to snatch his necklace.

This happened at about 11.30pm on 1 September.

According to what we were told, the details of the suspect as follows:

Male, in the 20s.
About 1.7m tall, slim build.
Beige t-shirt.

Fortunately, it seems that the resident and his grandchild were not hurt.

In late August, there were also 2 reports of thefts from the Market - 2 stalls had raw chickens stolen from them between 3.30 to 4.30am.

Unfortunately, there are no details of the suspects in the case of the market thefts.

These events are quite unexpected given that our area has been generally very safe, infact, safer than most other areas.

Do be more careful when walking at night, and if you have elderly relatives, remind them to not wear valuable jewelry on them when not necessary.

Please let us all continue to be vigilant about public safety, and if you see or hear anything strange, call the police, or give shout for help to alert more neighbours! We are all safer when we come together to keep a look out for the safety of our neighbours and friends.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Tiong Bahru Mid Autumn Party and Recycling Exchange

Dear Friends and Neighbours,

This Year's Mid Autumn Festival Party will be held once again at the Seng Poh Garden, (next to Block 48 Moh Guan Terrace).

Date: 11 September (Saturday)
Time: 7pm to 10pm

Tickets at $5 per person

Tickets on sale at the Seng Poh RC every Monday and Tuesday night from 8-9pm.

There will be food, games, lucky draws, and a talk on how to avoid Problem Gambling and avoiding Loan Shark activities.

Once again, there will also be a recycle exchange run by NEA - bring your recyclable items to be exchanged for food items!

The more you bring, the more you have to exchange.

We accept the following items:

Cans, Bottles, News Papers, Old Clothes.

Do make sure that the Cans and Bottles are clean though.

See you there!

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Short film, nice prize! just 90 Seconds!

WIN A CANON EOS 7D in just 90 seconds!

Show us WHERE YOU HEART IS and you could win a CANON EOS 7D and a trip to the UK's leading short film festival.

Click here for details.

We are asking you to show us the places in Singapore that matter to you, and already we have had some lovely work submitted.


Check out details of the CANON EOS 7D, which has full HD video recording capability, here: and find out more about Encounters, the UK's leading short film festival, here:

Closing date is Friday, September 17th, so get filming!

WHERE THE HEART IS is a collaboration between the British Council, the National Museum of Singapore, Encounters Short Film Festival and the Singapore International Foundation.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The festival of the Hungry Ghosts

Today is the 8th day of the 7th lunar month of the Chinese calendar.

Some of you would have seen these altars around the neighbourhood...

They are set out by either individual families, or by trade and neighbourhood associations who band together to offer food and drink for the wandering 'Good Brothers' - the respectful name for those who come back to this world for a month to enjoy themselves with the entertainments available on earth.

These associations often also stage a celebratory dinner for all its members. Tiong Bahru had one last week and it is one of Singapore's oldest recorded 7th Month Celebration Associations - SIN HOCK HENG SEAH:

The red bags on the table are full of useful goods to be distributed once a year to all who subscribe to the association. These would include - Rice, Oil, Sugar, Soya Sauce etc. the necessities of life!

Entertainments that include song and dance on stage - otherwise known as Getai 歌台. If you want to find out where there is Getai each night - and it happens all round Singapore - just by the daily Chinese newspaper - Lianhe Zaobao! And often, a grand dinner and auction!

Sometimes, the offerings take place on a grander scale, such as at the Buddha Tooth Temple in South Bridge Road. Tonight, long tables of offerings were laid out. Don't think that the faith does not move with the times! One of the offerings is of french fries and chilli sauce - can you spot it in the picture?

Finally, to check out the whole programme of events to explain why and how this month is commemorated and celebrated by Chinese who believe in their traditional faith, check out the event at Kreta Ayer Square, by Chinatown Complex Market and just behind the Buddha Tooth Temple. A very informative exhibition has been put up - Hungry Ghost Festival Cultural Exhibition - Free admission.

The Chinatown Business Association with the Singapore Tourism Board and the Taoist Federation, is also organising a series of talks and events for all who are interested. There is also the calendar on the blog - Chinese Temple Event Calendar.

Don't miss out what Tiong Bahru Market has to offer too - there are lots of seasonal goods on offer!

psst. For those of you who do not know, it is not polite to step on offerings or the ashes of offerings. Just walk around them.

The biggest festival day will be the 15th of the 7th month - 24th August 2010.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

The YOG Flame is visiting Tiong Bahru!!!!

Latest news!

The YOG Flame will come through our hometown around 11.30 to 11.45 tomorrow - Friday, and they will run thru Lim Liak Street!

Come cheer on the runners, and take a nice picture of the flame in our heritage estate.

They will be accompanied by the local Lion and Dragon Dancers!

Nice to know that we are seen as representative of Singapore by the YOG folks too...

Wonder if Merly and Lyo will turn up?

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

With each generation, there is something more to be grateful for

Happy National Day neighbours and friends!

While the flats here in Corinne May's song are not of Tiong Bahru's vintage, Kampong Arang dates from the 60s when we underwent the heroic effort to rehouse our fellow citizens from tenements, slums and squatter shacks.

The simple architecture may not be considered much to shout about when compared to today's positively gleaming HDBs, but it is nice to see that these pioneer flats being celebrated, if nothing else, as a place where we started, as a place that evokes a feeling of home.

It is also good to be reminded of the role of the common-corridor - the five foot way of our Tiong Bahru flats - that was inherited from Raffles' planning rules, and transformed/brought into high-rise housing from the 60s to the 80s - that is is a place where community formation - as a result of friendships being formed - has a better chance of taking place. And its many small community/ies that come together to make a Nation.

Hopefully one day, we will have an equally nice ND song set in Tiong Bahru!

Majulah Singapura!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Happy National Day! I love Tiong Bahru, I love Singapore!

Here's a wish for a Happy National Day to all of us here who live in, or are fans of Tiong Bahru....

Our first ever community banner with the signatures of the residents who came for the tea party. Do add yours in!

(pictures courtesy of Zaihan, of WCS) The Banner will be up on display for the duration of August.

Last weekend, we had our first ever party to mark the 'launch' of our special Community National Day Banner.

Instead of having a typical design that is generic, Seng Poh RC thought to ask if the White Canvas Gallery would consider contributing the outcome of the sketchwalk through the estate, to create a special National Day banner that would have a real local flavour.

WCS and the artists of the walk readily agreed, and it was put together into what you see above. The design of the banner was done by WCS, and we hope you will agree that it is really quite eye-catching!

On the day of the launch party on 1 August, even though it was overcast and drizzled, many residents turned up to see what the banner was all about, and we have to say that all of them were pleasantly surprised to see our home town captured first in an artistic form, and secondly, transformed into a banner!

Young and Old were excited to sign their name on the banner - often looking for that particular sketch that showed their block or their street.

(Pictures courtesy of Barnie Leow)

Even those who did not plan to come to the event, but passed by, were happy to see the banner, and added their name to it, and then joined in to have a cup of tea and a chat with their neighbours.

(Pictures courtesy of Barnie Leow) The little girl at the bottom left of the picture was looking for her sketch.

So, what else is there to say but that, we do love our neighbourhood, and we do appreciate how Art can make us recognize the beauty of our hometown! Seng Poh RC is thankful for the helpful folks at WCS, the 4 artists - Don, Tia, Miel and Paul, and all the other enthusiasts who turned up for the sketch walk and made the banner possible.

Happy National Day everyone - as we so love our hometown, we can then also love our country....

p.s. Seng Poh RC welcomes opportunities for collaborative events between all who are interested in the neighbourhood, especially where the event is an opportunity for residents and friends of the estate to meet. If you have any proposals, do drop us an email here - we will forward it to the RC.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Make a date with your memories this Sunday 8 August, 10 pm on OKTO!

This Sunday, 8th August 2010, a new documentary film will be screened at 10pm on Okto.

Do you know, do you remember where this dragon is?

Okto's Special National Day Documentary Feature OLD PLACES – with support from NHB’s Heritage Industry Incentive Programme (Hi2P) - is produced by Chuan Pictures, directed by Royston Tan, Victric Thng and Eva Tang, and features the voices of Singaporeans as they recall their memories of disappearing places in Singapore.

Take a walk down memory lane and revisit Old Places in Singapore once again.

Reminisce yesterday's past today. Don’t forget to tune in. Tell your friends!

Monday, August 2, 2010

Have you entered the competition yet?

The British Council sponsored Civic Life project is having its 'Where the Heart Is' film competition for all who live on this island of Singapore...

90 seconds is all it takes to get your chance to win a place to the world's most prestigious short film festival later this year...

read more about it on:


All the best!

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

National Day - Launch of Community Banner & Tea Party

Dear Friends and Neighbours,

Come join in the launch of the 2010 Tiong Bahru Community Banner for National Day! This year's banner is made up of sketches created by sketchers from all walks of life who took part in the Tiong Bahru Sketch Walk on 17 July, that was organized by White Canvas Gallery. You can sign your name on the banner, which will be displayed for the next few weeks, for our National Day. Tea and Cake will be provided... do come! All residents, and friends of Tiong Bahru, are welcome to join us!

The Banner is going to look good!

1 August 2010
Seng Poh RC
Block 48 Moh Guan Terrace.

See you on Sunday!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Next Art Exhbition at White Canvas Gallery... Fernando Escora

If you have enjoyed the pen work of our sketches at the inaugural show at the WCS, here is the next show for you to consider ...

Do check out the show, which is on from 22 July to 7 August 2010.

For more details of the artist - check out the WCS website.

Its good to see more arts and cultural events in our neighbourhood - and if any one of you have similar events, do drop us a line with the details... we will be glad to post it up for you!

Pictures from the sketch walk....

Many thanks to the White Canvas Gallery for organizing the first ever sketch walk in Tiong Bahru - it was very encouraging to see about 100 enthusiasts coming along to look, and to draw our hometown! Here are some pictures of the event....

they drew everything!

And guess what - we will be using the sketches to form our National Day Community Banner - which will be launched jointly by Seng Poh RC and WCG on 1 August at Seng Poh Garden (more details to come)

Some of the participants - who came from both Tiong Bahru as well as beyond (so glad to know that we have friends from all over Singapore!), have asked if it could be done again... well, lets see how it goes?


Thanks to Barnie for the pictures!

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Sketchwalk 17 July 2010 at Tiong Bahru

A reminder of the upcoming community event organised by our lovely partners in the 'hood - White Canvas Gallery.


Sketches by all participants - we hope you can also contribute your work to the creation of this year's National Day Community Banner for Seng Poh (Tiong Bahru) Estate.

WCG will help to take pictures of all the sketches that are created this coming Saturday, to be compiled, in collaboration with Seng Poh RC, into our very first special Banner that will be on display at the Seng Poh Tea Garden from 1 August 2010 (More details coming soon)

17 July, Saturday, 2 pm


For more information:
Call Ricky at the White Canvas Gallery: 62208723

Here is a preview of the sketchers at work.

Your thoughts on community safety

Some residents have written back to share on their thoughts on the safety of the neighbourhood:

If we have to do it,
carry a torchlite and have a vigilante group prowl around Tiong Bahru estate if necessary.I will be the first volunteer,good exercise for the legs and doing a good turn for the community bonding the estate,thus detering unwanted attention to our property.
The CC,RC,should look into such area where its more meaningful,I have experienced it in Taiwan,very friendly kind of atmostphere when we met them in a darken street near our hotel vincinity.
Report any people or person loitering near your area for more than half an hour or aproach them and ask if you are of any help thus taking note of features,dressings which might be of help during investigation.Rather we could ask NHP to make petrol on behalf,you hardly see any petrol cars around,only when trouble has happened.
Usually such cases happen around 3 to 4 am where most of us are sound asleep.If happen to wake up for the necessary,just keep alook out on the streets or back lanes call for help if suspicious sound or characters for no reason loitering in your scope of vision.
Make sure public lightings is in working order,especially staircase landings and entrances.

Thanks for the info,
will be more alert.Being one of the targets hit three years ago six cases in all within 3 months,my shop was burgled in the heat of the night by likely tenants on the upper floor.Especially there are renovation going on.Units should be on guard,in the area.
I am more careful not letting anyone unfamiliar to enter my back portion of my shop thus observing the weak areas which we have patched up.Installed motion detectors in critical area suggested by the Police and Insurance agent.
Hope to keep Tiong Bahru safe for all.
Thanks again for the timely reminder,I almost forgot about the situation I was in nearly four years ago.Although its a few thousand dollars its heart breaking and tension for the family.


By the way, the reported house breaking occurred about 10 plus in the evening it seems.

If anyone wants to take part in possible neighbourhood patrols, do drop us an email and we will see what we can do to get something organised.

Fortunately, this estate is still safer than most, as we have more eyes on the street to look out around for each other. Still, as some of you have shared - nothing like helping each of us as neighbours and friends to keep the area safe for all!

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Where the Heart Is - Civic Life - the Film Competition and More

Hear from the 2 directors, on the motivation behind the filming in Tiong Bahru, and also, the launch of the Film Making Competition - 'Where the Heart Is'.

You also get a quick sneak preview into how some of the scenes will look!

So, get your digicams/cameras/mobilephone ready to make your film of Where your Heart Is, in Singapore... share with your friends and family....

And thank you once more, to all who took part in the film project, and to British Council and National Museum for bringing this project - Civic Life - to our hometown!

Monday, July 5, 2010


Dear Friends and Neighbours

This is to alert you that in the last week, there has been a break in at Block 82, Tiong Poh Road, at night.

One of the flats on the 2nd floor had its bedroom window broken into and things were stolen.

It seems that the thief targeted the unit where the rear courtyard of the ground floor is roofed over - which enables the thief to walk over and into the flat.

The thief then left thru the front door it seems.

The Police is now investigating the issue, but they have asked all of us to do the following:

a. Do not leave rear doors/windows open when you are out of the house.
b. Keep valuables locked away.
c. Do note if there is suspicious sounds coming from the rear roof.


d. Keep an eye out for each other and if in doubt, call the police.

There is nothing like knowing your neighbours and looking out for each other. Only in this way can we help to keep each other safe.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Civic Life - Tiong Bahru The Movie - Read all about The STARS


Some of you were seen at the filming over last weekend... I am sure all of you had fun! For the rest of you... find out more about how it looked - lots of lovely pictures shot by Samantha Tio....and on the Flickr Album here:

The event was also covered substantially by many journalists, including The Online Citizen. Read all about TOC's review of it and their interview with the STARS from our community here, where the 'stars' from the community are featured!

From Left: Joe Lawlor, Christine Malloy, Leo Mak, Mdm Lim, and Veronica Patricia Rio
Picture by Samantha Tio

Sketches of Tiong Bahru - 30 June to 17 July

Last night was the grand opening of the first local art show that is focused on our neighbourhood, at our new local gallery White Canvas Gallery. Run by Colin, Maria and Ricky, their gallery's first show is dedicated to our home town.

Through the eyes of Tia Boon Sim, Don Low, Miel and Paul Wang, the sketches, in the different styles, showcase the sometimes hidden beauty of our estate.

Do catch the show, the sketches are beautiful!

Most works are for sale, and you may consider getting something for your own flat...

2 other events that you can consider joining in as part of the exhibition:

3 July, Saturday, 2 pm

17 July, Saturday, 2 pm

For more information:
Call Ricky at the White Canvas Gallery: 62208723

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A very Meowy evening at Seng Poh RC... 3 July 2010.

“Ever since the Pharaohs we’ve been unable to agree about cats. And we still can’t really decide whether to love them or loathe them. How could something so innocent and beautiful be so divisive?”
Joanna Lumley

Dear friends and neighbours,

We'll be watching the second installment of the Catwoman show, and a slideshow of stray cats from Greece (by our very own resident photographer Mr Barnie Leow)

Come join us!

Bring your friends and family and feel free to bring munchies to share. We can go for a walk after the event to look at the neighbourhood's cats!

Sat 3rd Jul,
7.45pm onwards at Seng Poh RC
Block 48 Moh Guan Terrace


Suitable for all ages

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

2 More days to the FILM!

Joe and Christine were interviewed this morning on Prime Time Morning , while an episode of Singapore Discovered, to air on Channel News Asia in August, will be shot this weekend in around the estate and will feature the film prominently the host of the programme will actually take part in one of the scenes, which will be featured in the TV programme)

The project also appeared in the Straits Times..

So glad to have local residents wanting to take part - and thanks to Mrs Chia for supporting her husband!

Reporters from Straits Times, Lianhe Zaobao, Shin Min Daily News and TODAY will be attending the shoots, as will writers from the website ONLINE CITIZEN and YOUTH.SG.

How exciting!

Hope some of you have signed up....

Friday, June 18, 2010

One more week to go to the film!

Just to share a message from the Tiong Bahru Civic Life project....


With just one week to go before the shooting of Civic Life: Tiong Bahru, filmmakers Joe and Christine reflect on the consultations with the community of the estate over the past three months, and look ahead to the week to come, in a new post on the Civic Life blog.

Read their thoughts and a preview of the storylines that are emerging at

We hope you can be part of it!

Best wishes

British Council

Thursday, June 10, 2010

June Block Party at Seng Poh Garden!

Its time to get together again under the night sky at Seng Poh Garden for our next Block Party!

19 June 2010
7 to 9 pm

Food, Games, Lucky Draw and

Bring your recyclables to be weighed and be exchanged for food items to take home.
We are looking for Glass, Plastic, Metal, News papers/Cardboard, Old Clothes.

Tickets are at $5 per person
Available Monday and Tuesday at Seng Poh RC
Block 48 Moh Guan Terrace
8 – 9 pm

Suitable for young and old, bring your family, friends and neighbours…
See ya!

Brought to you by Seng Poh RC and Recycling Drive sponsored by NEA

Thursday, June 3, 2010

A very meowy night coming up this Saturday!

Dear Friends and neighbours,

This coming Saturday, 5 June 2010,

Seng Poh Residents Committee is pleased to host a very meowy evening that is all about our community cats.

There will be a video about cats and then a slideshow of more cats!
7.45pm to 9.15pm.

Seng Poh RC
Block 48 Moh Guan Terrace

Feel free to bring your own nibbles and drinks.
After the show, there is ample opportunity to stroll around our lovely Tiong Bahru and view some of our own community cats in their habitat!