Spring is here and we’re heading outdoors to soak up some much-needed sunshine! Push that hangover aside for one hour of dynamic yoga. Embrace the beautiful nature in Tamar Park and de-stress your working week away. Just remember to bring your own mat!
When: Sunday, 1 March, 12pm to 1pm
Where: Tamar Park, Harcourt Road, Hong Kong
How much: Free to join, register here!
ART LANE, the city’s first-ever curated mural precinct, is undergoing a revamp. While the area already houses over 20 murals created by international artists, this month, eight more will be added! Head down to Sai Ying Pun to catch a glimpse. Pro tip: don’t forget to look up!
When: Sunday, 1 March to Tuesday, 31 March
Where: ART LANE, Chung Ching Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
How much: Free – check here for more info!
Fancy yourself as a cultural whizz? Get yourself down to the Fringe’s quiz night for a fun evening of trivia knowledge, covering everything from arts and pop-music to literature. Arrive early to catch the food and drinks being served from 7pm and to secure a front-row table. Teams of one to six people can play, but pick wisely since there are both team and individual prizes up for grabs. Entry is free – make sure you register here first! And keep an eye on the event page for additional info.
When: Friday, 6 March, 7:30pm to 10pm
Where: Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Entry is free, but make sure you register first (you might want to bring some cash for drinks)!
Back for its fifth edition in support of International Women’s Day, this Wikipedia Edit-a-thon aims to improve the representation of women. A workshop dedicated to discussing, creating and improving Wikipedia articles of female artists and practitioners, you can join this event in person at Asia Art Archive (remember to bring your own laptop) or online! For more info, head here!
When: Saturday, 7 March, 2pm to 6pm
Where: Asia Art Archive, 11/F Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Free (including snacks and beverages), register here!
This International Women’s Day head down to All Saints Cathedral in Mong Kok to mark the occasion with music! The Yale Chamber Alumni Music Society will be performing in celebration of the power and strengths of women. We couldn’t think of a better Sunday activity!
When: Sunday, 8 March, 3pm to 4pm
Where: All Saints Cathedral, 11 Pak Po Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
How much: Free – register here!
Want to have your say on how to create a more sustainable Hong Kong? Then join the Hive for its Sustainability Matters Panel and Fair, where the question on everyone’s lips will be “how can we lead a sustainable life?”. If you’re ready for change, have a listen to what the panel has to say on the matter (speakers include the founder of Slowood and the founder of Fashionable Futures). Head here for more details.
When: Wednesday, 18 March, 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Where: The Hive Wan Chai, 21/F, 23 Luard Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How much: Entry is free, but you must register!
Need a little push to get that tattoo you’ve been contemplating for months now? Or maybe it’s inspiration you’re after? Whichever it is, the Affordable Tattoo Fair is here to help. Head down to The Aftermath Bar to meet local Hong Kong tattoo artists for live demonstrations and design talks. For more details, head here.
When: Thursday, 26 March, 7pm to 11pm
Where: The Aftermath Bar, LG, 57-59 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry!
Featured image courtesy of Mehr Rajput for Sassy Media Group, image 1 courtesy of Dmytro via Pexels,image 2 courtesy of Jess Mizzi, image 3 courtesy of Fringe Club, image 4 courtesy of Ben Kolde via Unsplash, image 5 courtesy of Jan Střecha via Unsplash, image 6 courtesy of Sylvie Tittel via Unsplash., image 7 courtesy of Allef Vinicius via Unsplash.