Pet Owner Challenge | Chalk Painting | ohmykids Market | Dog Talk

Pet Owner Challenge


Do your children know how to be good pet owners? Bring them along to our “Pet Owner Challenge” and let them put their pet care skills to the test!

Date:
10–11 December (Saturday -  Sunday)

Time:
3:00pm – 5:00pm

Venue:
Big Circle

Suitable for children aged from 3 to 12.

Free admission. Limited quota, first come, first served.

Chalk Painting


Grab a piece of chalk and get creative with your kids at the Big Circle. Enjoy the family fun! 

Date:
10–11 December (Saturday -  Sunday)

Time:
2:00pm – 6:00pm

Venue:
Big Circle

ohmykids Market


The ohmykids Market is a fun craft and games market run by creative young stall holders aged below 12! Come along and be surprised by their ideas!

Find out more and apply here.

Date:
10–11 December (Saturday -  Sunday)

Time:
2:00pm – 6:00pm

Venue:
Big Circle

About ohmykids

ohmykids was founded by people who strongly believe in children’s abilities. Partnering with various companies and organizations, they provide fun-filled, inspiring learning experiences that motivate children to be independent.

Dog Talk


Freespace Happening collaborates with several animal welfare organisations to promote responsible pet care and respect for all forms of life. In December, Cactus Mok, Education and Training Manager from Hong Kong Dog Rescue will talk to owners about how to improve communication with their dogs.

Date:
10–11 December (Saturday -  Sunday)

Topic & time:
Practical Guide: Dogs and Kids
10 Dec (Sat) 2:15pm – 2:40pm

Dog Training Myth-busters
11 Dec (Sun) 5:00pm – 5:25pm

Venue:
Sunset Lawn

About Hong Kong Dog Rescue

Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR) was founded in 2003 for the specific purpose of saving dogs and puppies from the Hong Kong Government’s Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) Animal Management Centres. The organisation has cared for and re-homed more than 7,500 dogs while being largely funded by private donations, sales of HKDR merchandise and fundraising events. HKDR is proud to be a No Kill Organisation, and no dog under its care will be euthanised for any reason other than when this is the only humane option.