List of #SGInHarmony Events 2023
Sports, Food & Carnivals
Culture and Heritage
See full details below.
Sports, Food & Carnivals
By Singapore Sports Hub & Harmony Circles
Join us for the inaugural Harmony Sports Fiesta 2023 at Singapore Sports Hub! Come celebrate the beauty of diversity and the harmonious ties that bind our multicultural communities! Find out more here!
By Ang Mo Kio-Hougang’s Harmony Circle and Community Sports Club
Witness an array of multi-ethnic dance performances, and enjoy the fun games, captivating handicrafts, and mouthwatering food stations. Join the community for the refreshing “Unity in Diversity” mass walk and delve into the diverse wedding practices of Singapore through enlightening exhibition panels. Don’t miss the enlightening conversation on Diversity: Race & Religion with youths by the social organisation Friendzone. Get ready for an unforgettable day of culture, education, and connection!
Tickets are available here!
Register here for the Unity in Diversity Walk!
Register here for the CommUNITY Dialogue!
By Hindu Endowments Board & Hindu Advisory Board
The Harmony Games were started in 2008 by the National Steering Committee (NSC) on Racial and Religious Harmony to bring the various faith communities together to foster new bonds of friendship and understanding through sports.
Come join in the fun with your friends and families with activities such as floorball, basketball, futsal, captain’s ball, laser tag, archery & kabadi!
Sign up here:
By Bukit Panjang Harmony Circle, Holland-Bukit Timah GRC & Bukit Panjang SMC Harmony Circles
Indulge in a spectacular carnival experience featuring captivating performances including skits, dances, and songs; delectable offerings from live food stations representing diverse ethnic groups; and engage in thrilling games.
Members of the public can collect coupons from the nearest community centre/club within Holland-Bukit Timah GRC.
By Paya Lebar ‘s Harmony Circle, Citizens’ Consultative Committee, and Youth Network
Experience a cultural extravaganza where you can enjoy an art competition for children, a volunteer-led Rangoli drawing (residents can join and complete different portions of the artwork), a Ketupat weaving workshop, a Chinese calligraphy session, and stage performances such as a fashion parade showcasing traditional ethnic outfits. Join us for a day of vibrant traditions and creative delights!
Tickets can be purchased at Paya Lebar Kovan CC, Aljunied CC, or the nearest Residents’ Committee Centre at $2/pax.
By Ayer Rajah-Gek Poh’s Harmony Circle & Citizens’ Consultative Committee
Want to be part of a potentially record-breaking moment?
The organisers are aiming to break the Singapore Book of Records by having more than 1,500 participants bring 200 homecooked dishes to share with one another. Partake in the numerous activities such as a Costume Competition, Children Art Competition, interactive booths, and Lucky Draws.
Registration for selected activities at Teban Gardens Residents’ Network Centre.
Tickets can be purchased at Ayer Rajah CC, Pandan Gardens RN Centre, Teban Gardens RN Centre, Teban Place Residents’ Network Centre at $2/pax.
By CRED & Harmony Circles
Visit our booth at the Istana Open House to learn how you can get involved to promote social cohesion while capturing fun memories with our interactive photo booth. You may even become a lucky winner of $20 worth of Grab e-vouchers when you participate in our giveaway contest!
Find out more here!
By Sengkang Central’s Harmony Circle & Citizens’ Consultative Committee
Experience an extraordinary celebration of unity and diversity at the Sengkang Racial Harmony Day Carnival! Prepare to tantalise your taste buds at live food stations, offering a delectable selection of flavours from various cultural traditions. Be captivated by mesmerising cultural performances, and participate in the numerous activity booths and games prepared for you.
One of the crowning moments of the event will be a heartwarming vow renewal segment, where approximately 30 couples from diverse racial and religious backgrounds will reaffirm their love and commitment. Find out more here!
No registration is required.
By Pasir Ris-Punggol Harmony Circle & Punggol Shore Citizens’ Consultative Committee
Join us in celebrating the vibrant Harmony Carnival on the 29th of July with your friends and family! Immerse yourself in a mesmerising showcase of inter-cultural dance performances, where diverse traditions intertwine to create a harmonious spectacle. Delight your taste buds at the exquisite array of culinary delights from cultural booths representing the rich tapestry of our racial groups. This extraordinary event promises a joyful fusion of art, cuisine, and cultural exchange that will leave lasting memories for everyone involved.
No registration required.
By Marymount Harmony Circle, Eunoia Junior College & Oasis Frisbee Club
A frisbee enthusiast? Join approximately 200 ultimate frisbee players from different races and religious organisations to participate in a full-day frisbee competition. Fringe activities include a photobooth, carnival games, food stations, and a mini frisbee workshop for participants.
Find out more here!
Culture and Heritage
By Dialogue Centre & MCCY
“What does religion sound like?”
Step into the vibrant and diverse religious tapestry of Singapore through the immersive “Soundscapes of Religions in Singapore” programme to find out! Join guided tours with knowledgeable interfaith guides delving into the acoustic environment of Singapore’s diverse religious landscape, and encounter a variety of religious sounds such as Christian hymns and Sikh kirtan.
Discover what religion truly sounds like and uncover the unity that lies within the diverse symphony of soundscapes in Singapore.
By Indian Heritage Centre, Malay Heritage Centre and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Take a walk at two of NHB’s Heritage Institutions this Racial Harmony Day and join us in celebrating harmony through movements and journeys. Put on a different lens to experience a variety of cultural programmes, free drop-in activities and live performances which will give you a deeper understanding of our multicultural roots! Find out more here!
Get your tickets here!
By Mountbatten Active Ageing Commitee & supported by Mountbatten Harmony Circle
Join us in celebrating Racial Harmony through a unique art event where 36 visual artists from Singapore are coming together to exhibit artworks through several forms of art showcasing Racial Harmony. Interactive art workshops, poetry recital, songs and dances from different cultures of Singapore await.
Entry to the event is free. To participate, register here.
Calling out to all youths to come onboard this year’s HarmonyWorks! Conference, a signature youth conference exploring race relations. This year’s conference revolves around the theme, ‘Me to We’, where participants will engage on issues of casual racism, woke culture on social media and relations between locals and migrants, and dialogue about issues they are passionate about.
Register here by 12 July 2023! (Early Bird special ends on 5 July 2023)
By Queenstown’s Harmony Circle & Citizens’ Consultative Committee
Six panellists from different religious backgrounds – Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, Taoist, Hindu, and a lesser-known Baha-i – will come together to discuss how communities can live harmoniously through sound and music, and not noise. The dialogue will explore common grounds, identify shared values, and address misunderstandings or misconceptions that may exist between different faiths and traditions.