So last Saturday, we hosted the first ever Little Green Dot Potluck Picnic and, I have to say, you all made it so incredible!
The weather was perfect, the location was fab, and it was great to have support from Pauliina of RAW insideout, Cynthea of the Wholesome Co, partyware from Red Carousel, the kids colored with eco-crayons and pencils from The First Green Store, Daily Juice’s lovely juices and smoothies, and Reyka’s fantastic fresh cocktails. It was so nice to meet everyone – old friends and new – and thanks to everyone who brought delicious dishes and treats to share. Yum!! Special thanks also to Shophouse & Co for their help with the space, not forgetting the sandpit, which was a great hit!
Thanks to everyone who tagged Little Green Dot or shared photos with us. Check out all the photos from the day here (click to enlarge)…
Many memories created!
An amazing space for a picnic – and right in the heart of Singapore
Playhouse nestled in the edible garden
The kids play area, featuring the nature kitchen and the picnic area
Closeup of the nature kitchen and all the “ingredients” – nuts, seeds, beans and more
Picnic spots for the little ones
Sandpit created from recycled tyres
Beans and seeds – ingredients in the nature kitchen
Playing in the nature kitchen as the guests start to arrive
The children preparing their own potluck dishes
Homemade playdough treats
Papas arrugadas y mojo verde
Guests bringing their dishes for the Potluck
And suddenly there were dozens of people!
Giant homemade Ker-Plunk game
Doodling on the playhouse
Nothing like a giant playhouse to doodle on
Happy birthday, Little Green Dot! and Maria – both celebrating their birthday at the picnic
The sandpit kept kids entertained for hours
Having fun in the nature kitchen
All natural ingredients means not being afraid to get up close
In and out of the playhouse
Playing the giant Ker-plunk game. Don’t let the balls fall!
The Ker-plunk game in action
Listening intently to Pauliina from RAW insideout
Pauliina from RAW insideout
Tasting samples from the Raw insideout demonstration
Cynthea from the Wholesome Co. teaching us about microgreens
Jolin trying out the flavours from Daily Juice
Amazing sous vide chicken
Basil and mint infused water from the edible garden
Pin, Stefan and baby Jodi
And then it was time to say goodbye for some
But others continued into the evening and lantern making with Urban Sketchers Singapore
The kids, selling their homemade “cakes”
Everything must go! Real money only!
Potluck Picnic after dark
So what do you say – should we make this an annual thing? ;)