A few of our favourite events to fill your calendar!
Looking for family friendly events happening in Hong Kong? From Father’s Day Dining Deals to a family boat trip, here come the dates for your diary…
This summer pop up is all set to showcase the stunning ready-to-wear collection from The 5th C. From classic diamond bracelets, necklaces, rings, and earrings, to bright, whimsical, summery pieces, there is something to suit every style. The best bit? All items are 20% off. Make the most of the complimentary nibbles and bubbles from Wolf Blass, and don’t forget to grab a gift bag after you’ve sipped your way through some shopping. We hear they’re also stocked with special goodies from Native Essentials and Kiko Milano, with vouchers for HK’s top restaurants and bars.
When: Wednesday, 28 June
Where: Lot88, 7/F, Winsome House, 73 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: As much as you want to spend on shopping!
Celebrate World Refugee Day on 25 June with international homemade food and drinks at affordable prices! You can expect live music and fun activities for every member of the family. This kids-friendly event is also looking for donations, so bring in anything you might have for babies and toddlers or English and Cantonese learning materials. Buy some raffle tickets for the chance to win vouchers from Bungalow, AMAZAKE or a gift basket from Salotto Lounge.
When: Sunday, 25 June
Where: Refugee Union, 3/F, 102 First Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong.
How much: Free!
Calling all yogis! Café Roma’s beach yoga event, led by Jessica Lee, will be followed with a healthy detox set dinner (menu includes smoked salmon salad, roasted chicken and summer gazpacho juice!) whipped up by celebrity chef Jaakko Sorsa. Guests will also receive a gift set at the end to take home: an exclusive Café Roma treat and a bottle of Vita Coco coconut water.
When: Thursday, 29 June
Where: Café Roma, L1, Shop 7&8, Beach Commercial Complex, Park Island, Hong Kong.
How much: $150
‘On Sharks and Humanity’ is an exhibition that demonstrates the relationship between humans and sharks – and the importance of preserving these majestic creatures. The Parkview Arts Action and the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, have made sure that this contemporary art exhibition is suitable for kids as well, with artwork from 36 internationally recognised artists. Educating ourselves on conservation in Hong Kong is always a good idea.
When: Thursday, 29 June – Friday, 29 September
Where: Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Central Pier No. 8, Central, Hong Kong.
How much: $30 for adults, $15 for students/seniors
There are countless places to volunteer in Hong Kong, so it’s no surprise we’re ready to get involved. Science Project volunteers guide students through a science kit to construct a bottled lava lamp and clay volcano. The main responsibility is to encourage students to participate and to make sure that they are following the instructions correctly – whilst having fun!
When: Sunday, 25 June
Where: Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong (the full address will be sent to you by e-mail after you sign up)
How much: Free
Orange Peel is introducing their first rockabilly boogie night! Bopfest will be featuring an international line-up of bands and DJ’s, headlined by Trix’ O’ Treat. Guests will be treated to performances by The Triplejacks, Dave ‘Wobbly’ Ross and CJ the DJ. Be prepared for a fun night of dancing!
When: Saturday, 24 June
Where: Orange Peel, 2/F, Ho Lee Commercial Building, 28-44 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong.
How much: $290 in advance, $380 at the door
Have a great one!
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