The 6th Heatwave Clearance Sale is happening on May 13-15 from 11am-9pm at the World Trade Center. This shopping event will feature anything and everything you need this season, from Swimwear, Summer Tops and Bottoms, Summer Accessories, Flipflops, Sandals, Sunglasses, Headpieces, Perfumeries, Cosmetics, Skin Care Necessities, Novelty Items, Home Accents, Food Treats and Refreshments and Summer Getaway Destinations.
In addition to this, you will get to shop with your favorite bloggers and GMA stars so be sure not to miss out on the fun. Non-shopaholics are likely as welcome and may participate in other activities such as Make-up demos, Cooking demos, Fashion Shows, Celebrity auctions, and Variety shows.
Splashes of color are ready to fill the walls of Bonifacio Global City (BGC) as Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. (BAFI) celebrates ArtBGC Mural Festival 2016. Now on its sophomore run, ArtBGC promises vibrant new murals and programs to make art and culture more accessible to BGCitizens.
The festival is done in collaboration with L.A.-based art consultancy, LeBasse Projects, and Honeycomb Communities. Multi-disciplinary artists such as PastelFD, Andrew Schoultz, HOTxTEA, Bunnie Reiss, Aleks Kocev and Blaine Suque are bringing their unique brand of creativity, hoping to build on the iconic atmosphere of BGC. Representing the Philippines in this festival are Kris Abrigo, Trip63, and ArtBGC Open Call winner, KFK.
Markdown Madness, one of the biggest sale events in town, is back this May! Jumpstart your back-to-school and rainy day preps by ticking off shoes and apparel from your shopping list.
Get as much as 70% off discount from May 11 to 15, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Market! Market! Activity Center. Participating brands include Skechers, Merrell, Sperry, Keds, Pony, Polo Ralph Lauren, and No Fear.
Markdown Madness is one grand sale event you wouldn’t want to miss! Mark your calendars and be sure to get the hottest deals in town!
Registration is now open for the Junior Mind Mover Summer Program at the Philippines’ first world-class science museum, The Mind Museum.
The month-long signature program of The Mind Museum, the Junior Mind Mover (JMM) program, consists of a series of exercises and workshops that are designed to help familiarize the JMMs with the Mind Mover’s roles. The JMMs will learn in-depth about the exhibits of the Mind Museum, creative science communication through experiment demonstrations, and activities on the different fields of science.
SLOTS ARE LIMITED. To register, send an email to email@example.com and the team will provide you with an online registration form. You can also access the online form via this link: http://bit.ly/JMM2016_registration. Deadline for registration and payment is on April 20, 2016.
Asia’s Pop Princess Julie Anne San Jose will be holding her 10th-anniversary concert titled In Control at the KIA Theater this May 14.
For ticket inquiries, please call Ticketnet at (63 2) 911-5555.
Babypalooza is the only event that features both gently used and new products. This is to address the need for items of good quality that doesn’t put a dent in your budget. A very important consideration, especially for parents.
Besides the unique shopping experience, visitors can also participate in the following activities:
Gymboree On The Go: Babies and kids (up to 5 years old) will be able to experience the world class Gymboree experience FOR FREE.
Watch screenings of the Parent Files, an online show featuring stories, tips & tricks from parents, teachers, medical practitioners and child care practitioners.
Hang out in the Babypalooza Family Room, this area will have the following fun yet functional sections: the Gymboree Play Area, the Pampers Diaper Changing Station, the Breastfeeding Lounge and our dining area. As with our main selling hall, our family room will have air-conditioning too!
As a means to increase public awareness on the role of museums in the development of modern society, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) established the International Museum Day in 1977. Since then, museums all over the world have incorporated this event into their annual programming.
As this significant celebration turns 38 this year, “Museums and Cultural Landscapes” has been identified as its theme. According to the ICOM website, “…museums have a certain responsibility toward the landscapes in which they are located, to which they are able to bring their own specific knowledge and skills.”
Lopez Museum and Library joins in and celebrates the International Museum Day on May 14, with a free admission to the museum for the entire Saturday. Currently on show is the exhibition Drawing the Lines featuring Francisco Coching, Danilo Dalena, Neil Doloricon, E.Z. Izon, DengcoyMiel, Jose Tence Ruiz and PinggotZulueta.
Due to insistent public demand, we are bringing Doggie Fun Fair: Manila’s Biggest Dog Festival, back for YEAR 3 on May 15, 2016, at the Greenfield Central Park.
The best part about bringing together dog lovers nationwide is that we get to share our mutual love for our fur babies while learning about RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP. We hope that everyone can make it to our event this year as we will be focusing our theme on the ABUSED & ABANDONED DOGS and will also be recognizing the SERVICE / WORKING DOGS in the Philippines.
With more activities, surprises, raffle prizes than before, DFF3 will surely keep you and your families entertained throughout the day!