My Community Volunteer Recruitment  (Festival & Tour Guides) [29 May 2022]

My Community Volunteer Recruitment (Festival & Tour Guides) [29 May 2022]

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Museum @ My Queenstown

46-3 Commonwealth Drive #01-388

Singapore, 140463


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Interested to be a tour guide of your own neighbourhood? Or facilitate conversations with craftsmen or religious leaders? Find out more now!

About this event

Every community has a story to tell. We want to keep these stories of the common man alive, celebrate the little things that make our neighbourhoods special, and help connect people to the social networks in their communities. If we don't, who's going to do it for us?

My Commuity organises the annual My Community Festival and runs free walking tours across some of the oldest neighbourhoods in Singapore including Tanglin Halt, Telok Blangah and Tiong Bahru. We are looking for new volunteers to help us run these tours and festival programmes. These tours and experiences aren't just for the enjoyment of the general public, but they help us keep the stories and memories held in neighbourhoods alive.

If you are interested in being a part of My Community Festival or run some of our free guided tours, join us on Sunday, 29 May 2022 for an engagement session to learn more about My Community's tours and festival experiences

  • Venue: Museum @ My Queenstown (Block 46-3 Commonwealth Drive 01-388)
  • Timings: (1) 10am to 11.30am (2) 2pm to 3.30pm
  • Date: Sunday, 29 May 2022

Please come 15 minutes before the event's start time!

To learn more about us, please visit us at If you wish to know more about us, visit, or If you didn't manage to attend the event, but would still like to contribute, please drop us an email at

About My Community

My Community is a non-profit organisation which conducts community-based participatory research and heritage assessments; establishes community museums, archives and libraries; organises participatory programmes and guided tours; and co-create community architecture and urban spaces to preserve our social memories, celebrate our shared culture and heritage and champion greater community involvement in cultural management and urban governance.

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