First Code Academy October Tech Camps
If you’ve got a budding techie at home, why not foster their love of learning at First Code Academy’s October Tech Camps? Suitable for kids aged between 6 and 11, kiddos will explore fun hardware projects and even get to make innovative apps to solve daily problems. Move over, Steve Jobs…
When: Monday, 19 October – Friday, 23 October
Where: First Code Academy, Unit 701, China Hong Kong Tower, 8-12 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How much: Tinker Camp (ages 6-8) is $3,500 and Explorer Camp (age 9-11) is $5,700. Register here.
Pink-Inspired Charity Lunch
Head over to Macao for a ladies luncheon to raise money for the Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s PINK Revolution campaign. Guests attending the lunch have the opportunity to win amazing raffle prizes including luxury international hotel getaways and exclusive offers from retailers at Sands Shoppes. An excuse to hang out, eat good food, drink some wine in our sister S.A.R.? We’re there!
When: Thursday, 15 October, 12 noon – 2.30pm
Where: Toufan Ballroom, Level 4, Conrad Macao, Cotai Central
How much: Tickets are MOP450, available by calling +853 8113 6600 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
House of Vans Asia Tour
Get funky at House of Vans’ Asia Tour this weekend. Tweens and teens can make a racket and get involved in street art, skating, live music, food and more. It’s free during the day and you only need a ticket for the evening music shows. This is definitely something fun for budding street artists and skaters!
When: Friday, 16 October – Sunday, 18 October
Where: Central, Hong Kong
The Reverie Vocal Ensemble
Reverie is a new and exciting contemporary vocal ensemble uniting some of Britain’s very best young professional singers. There are two shows on the day. One is From Byrd to Britten – A Journey of Choral Classics and the other is Butterfly-An Evening of Choral, Madrigals, Jazz and Pop. Great for budding young singers who love live music!
When: Saturday, 24 October
Where: City Hall Theatre, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets start from $150 and are available from Urbtix.