It is with great disappointment that we have decided to cancel The Ireland Funds Singapore’s St Patrick’s Family Day Event at the Fullerton Bay Hotel on Sunday 15 March 2020.
The well-being of our friends and supporters is of utmost importance to us and in light of the WHO declaration of the COVID19 outbreak as global pandemic and additional precautionary measures in Singapore implemented by Ministry of Health, we consider it is the appropriate decision for this event.
Thanks to all the members, sponsors and friends of The Ireland Funds Singapore who supported the St. Patrick’s Family Day event. We thank you for your understanding and will look at potentially rescheduling the Family Day later in the year and we look forward to a fun-filled St Patrick’s Family Day and St Patrick’s Day Parade next year.
Should you have any questions, please contact Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org
We wish you a safe, happy and healthy St. Patrick’s Day!
The Ireland Funds Singapore – St. Patrick’s Family Day
This free event is open to families and children, with an exciting programme of Irish entertainment.
- Special performances including bagpipers, the Irish Inspirational Dancers and Irish music by The Alterboys.
- St. Patrick’s Day craft activities and games for children to enjoy.
- Selection of food & beverages bringing you the finest Irish experience.
Enjoy the day celebrating Irish culture overlooking one of Singapore’s most spectacular skylines.
Register today to attend
**Food & Drinks will be chargeable**
We also have a specially curated ‘Irish High Tea’ by the team at The Clifford Pier, Fullerton Bay Hotel, headed by Irish Executive Chef – Martin Cahill, which includes a selection of Irish-themed delicacies & desserts.
*In view of the COVID-19 virus situation, there will be precautions and measures in place in line with MOH guidelines (www.moh.gov.sg) including registration of participants, temperature screening and provision of hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities.
We would remind participants not to attend if they have recent travel history to mainland China, Daegu or Chengdo within the last 14 days, are under Stay at Home notice, or feel unwell.*