WOMEN'S FORUM

Through 2018, we hosted a series of dinners for a few groups of women at 1880 who are each putting a dent in the universe in their own unique way. Every one who came shared their stories of most cherished moments, deepest wishes, hopes and aspirations, times of clarity and courage, times of doubt and fear, essentially – life.

It became clear that we all lead incredibly busy lives and while we may be at different stages of life, of being old, young, or young at heart, single, married, unmarried, healthy, stressed, in or out of jobs, whatever our states of mind and body, when we get together, something magical happens. There is a communion of sorts and we nourish ourselves and each other, brightening and lightening our spirits through laughter and tears.

Applications for the women’s forum are now closed. You may continue to register your interest by emailing: abigail@1880.com.sg

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Women’s Forum

WOMEN'S FORUM Through 2018, we hosted a series of dinners for a few groups of women at 1880 who are each putting a dent in the universe in their own...
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UNDRGRND PRTY feat. Louie Vega, wAFF, Orio, and SuperLover
Friday, November 15th / 9pm till late
One night to get lost in deep, underground sounds from NYC and beyond.

Trivia Brunch with Ramona
Saturday, November 23rd / 12.30pm
Research shows that Ramona makes you better at trivia. Rally your friends, let’s get quizzical.
Up to 5 in a team.

Jalan Kukoh: Know Our Neighbors
Saturday, November 30th / 3pm

This tour around the Jalan Kukoh neighborhood across from Robertson Quay will explore some of the themes found in Teo You Yenn’s book, This Is What Inequality Looks Like.

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