Event Alert: Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit The La Vista Bazaar

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit The La Vista Bazaar

1. SHOP. This is the BEST year to visit the La Vista Bazaar because we handpicked all our
vendors! There are a lot of new and exciting products joining us so it’s the perfect place to shop for Christmas gifts with over 150 vendors under one roof! Avoid the traffic and crowded malls – we offer stress-free shopping with an array of different products and lots of unique, handmade items. Plus you’ll be supporting young and budding entrepeneurs!

2. SANTA. Santa is coming to town! Bring your kids to the Santa Party on Sunday,December 17 from 3pm-5pm to meet Santa Claus and his elves! Children from all ages can join fun games, win exciting prizes and take home loot bags! It’s also a great photo opportunity!
To register for the Santa Party, please send the name/s and age/s of your children to 0917-8636644. Santa Party is free of charge.

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3. ESSENTIAL OIL WORKSHOP. We will be holding free essential oil workshops during
the bazaar! Have you been wanting to learn more about essential oils and why its
becoming a worldwide trend? Join our free workshop and learn the numerous benefits of essential oils, how to use them properly, and how to make roller blends. There will be one free workshop on Saturday (Dec 16) and Sunday (Dec 17), from 1pm-2pm.
To register for the workshop, please text your name/s to 0917-8636644.

4. BIG PRIZES + FREE GIFT WRAPPING. We will be holding exciting games throughout the event! We will also be raffling off prizes, gift certificates and even home appiiances every hour! Plus take advantage of our free gift wrapping station. Just present the ticket below to claim your free gift wrapping service (includes wrapper, card and labor) at the Organizer’s Booth.

5. YUMMY FOOD + CHRISTMAS CAROLERS. Visit the Santa Food Strip and enjoy delicious selections from Gracos Shawarma, Mr. Tacos and Nachos, Saigon Coffee, and more! Why not bring the whole family and treat them for lunch or dinner? Enjoy al fresco dining while being serenaded by our Christmas carolers from Children’s Joy Foundation and Psalm of David Orchestra.

SEE YOU THERE!

DECEMBER 16 & 17 AT LA VISTA CLUBHOUSE
*Enter La Vista Gate, beside Miriam and Petron
Katipunan. Near Sta. Maria Dela Strada.
BAZAAR HOURS: 9AM-7PM

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Event Alert: Little Elves Bazaar

Don’t let the stress of the Christmas rush get you stressing this Yuletide season and enjoy your Christmas shopping with your loved ones at Little Elves Bazaar.

Little Elves Bazaar will be opening its doors to all the Christmas shoppers this December 8 to 10 2017 at Valle Verde 5 Basketball Court.

With 110 participating booths, you won’t have to stress where to buy gifts for your friends and family. From food trips with your foodie friends, to finding that novelty item to give to your loved ones you will sure have a great time at the bazaar.

The bazaar is open from 10AM to 9PM so you can have all the time to look for that perfect gift.

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Along with the endless finds and food, there will also be activities, games and raffle for the attendees! And a face painting session, little elves photo opportunity and a life sized snow globe awaits the kids and kids at heart!

This event is a place that will fill your Christmas spirit as the season approaches. It will make giving so much easier as the bazaar is just like Santa’s little elves.

For more information you can check out Little Elves’ Facebook page http://facebook.com/littleelvesbazaar

How to get there:
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Event Alert: Madam Kilay #kilayislife Ramp for a Cause Concert (back to back event with the WE ARE THE WORLD RAMP SEASON 2)

Madam Kilay #kilayislife Ramp for a Cause Concert (back to back event with the WE ARE THE WORLD RAMP SEASON 2)

Yes ladies, Kilay is LIFE! This famous line was made more popular by Madam Kilay, through her viral Facebook vlogs.

Now, she levels up and is having her first-ever Ramp for a Cause Concert. This will be a back to back presentation with the WE ARE THE WORLD RAMP SEASON 2. Join me, as we witness this benefit concert on December 28, 2017 at SM North EDSA Skydome. Ramp will be at 4PM followed by the Main Event at 6PM.

As one of my readers you get a chance to win tickets for you and your friend. I will be choosing 2 winners. To qualify for this simply follow the steps below:

  1. Like my facebook page Journey of the Vees
  2. Like JKA Events and Casting Agency fb page
  3. Like Madam Kilay‘s fb page
  4. Follow my IG account @venianabo
  5. Follow my Twitter page @venianabo
  6. Comment below and include your IG and Twitter accounts so I can check.
  7. Share this post and TAG your friends! 🙂

Winners will be drawn on December 23. This is your chance to watch Madam Kilay LIVE!

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Celebrate 2017 National Music Week with the NAMCYA

Celebrate 2017 National Music Week with the NAMCYA

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The National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA) National Finals Week coincides with the National Music Week celebrations on the last week of November.

To be held on November 21-26, 2017, the Cultural Center of the Philippines shall welcome young artists, musicians, trainors, and teachers who have reached the finals level in a nationwide competition that started early this year. Six ensembles presenting their region’s local traditions will also be presented in the Traditional Music Concert.

With generous support from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the week-long events will include competitions, outreach performances, and culminating and awarding concerts for solo instrument winners and group winners. Newly-Commissioned Works by Filipino composers will also be premiered during the Final Competitions.

The NAMCYA 2017 Finals Week Schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
2:00 PM Opening Ceremonies, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Senior Woodwinds, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Senior Piano, CCP Main Theater

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
5:00 PM Senior Voice, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Senior Strings, CCP Main Theater

Thursday, November 23, 2017
2:00 PM Children’s Solo Rondalla Instrument, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Youth Rondalla Ensemble, CCP Main Theater

Friday, November 24, 2017
5:00 PM Children’s Choir and Adult Choir, CCP Main Theater
6:00 PM Weeknights@6: Outreach Performance, Rizal Park Open Air Auditorium

Saturday, November 25, 2017
10:00 AM Traditional Music Concert, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Concert of Solo Instrument Winners, CCP Little Theater

Sunday, November 26, 2017
5:00 PM Concert of Group Winners and Closing Ceremonies, CCP Main Theater

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Admission is free for all events. For inquiries, please call the NAMCYA Secretariat at (02) 836-4928 / 836-4929 or visit www.namcya.com and our Social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

#galingNAMCYA #NAMCYA2017

Alden Richards spreads the love (not the germs) through a new song

Alden Richards spreads the love (not the germs) through a new song
Safeguard and the Pambansang Bae team up to remind Filipino to wash their hands

In this year’s Global Handwashing Day celebration, Safeguard has partnered with one of the most prominent personalities in the country today to bring attention to the importance of proper and habitual handwashing. The nation’s leading soap together with the “Pambasang Bae” Alden Richards join forces to educate Filipinos on the importance of handwashing through the power of a song.

Alden himself sang the handwashing song and invites every Filipino to make it a habit to unfailingly wash their hands with Safeguard in these 5 “hugas non-negotiables” — before “mano”, after using the toilet, before eating, after playing and before bonding. And more importantly, to spread the love and not the germs this holiday season.

If you’ve ever wondered the kind of impact personal hygiene really makes on the spread of germs and general health of the public, consider these sobering statistics gathered from the first Philippines Handwashing Index, a breakthrough study recently commissioned by the nation’s leading soap brand, Safeguard.

It has been discovered that Filipinos touch more than 23 other people per day, summing up to more than 90 ‘touches’ a day on average. However, they wash our hands only 5 times a day! There are other shocking findings that show opportunities for improvement on handwashing habits particular on specific occasions:
After using the toilet:
• 7 out of 10 Filipinos CLAIM to wash their hands after using the toilet but—ONLY 2 out of 10 really do.
• A shocking 64% of Filipinas DO NOT wash their hands at all after using a mall toilet.

Before eating and cooking
• It was observed that 60% of females washed their hands with water ONLY before cooking.
• Before feeding the kids, 40% washed their hands with water ONLY.

Before and after bonding:
o 80% of Filipinos DO NOT wash their hands after shaking hands with another person
o 40% of Filipinos DO NOT wash their hands before touching young children

After playing or travelling
o 49% DO NOT wash their hands after using their mobile phones
o 50% DO NOT wash their hands after traveling on public transportation

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If these statistics seem particularly innocuous, keep in mind that one of the fastest ways to spread germs and diseases is by human contact and ingesting contaminated food. Clearly, Filipinos haven’t nurtured the habit of proper hand washing, and based on statistics, a great number do not care. There’s a great opportunity to educate citizens that washing hands with soap can effectively remove disease-causing germs and is the most basic way to prevent oneself from getting sick.

Did you know that 1.5 million children around the world die every year due to diarrhea? As shocking as it may seem, diarrhea is the second most common cause of death among kids. UNICEF has declared that pneumonia takes the lives 1.8 million children globally each year. Furthermore, in a study done by DOH locally, it has been found out that pneumonia is the number one cause of death among Filipino children of age 1-14 years. Believe it or not, the simple habit of proper handwashing with an anti-bacterial soap can be an effective way of reducing these incidents.

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With the arrival of the ber months, these facts will become even more worrisome. The holidays mean more frequent gatherings with friends and family—and with it, the chances of you spreading germs to others increase.

“The results of the Philippine Handwashing Index indicate that Filipinos clearly haven’t nurtured the habit of proper handwashing. Which is why, Safeguard continues to take active steps to spread awareness on its relevance specifically through the Global Handwashing Day and through the new handwashing song with Alden Richards,” explains Jia Salindong- Du, Safeguard Philippines Brand Manager.

Ultimately, this is a call for every Filipino to do their part in promoting handwashing to keep everyone healthy and protected from germs throughout this season. Make it a habit to wash your hands with Safeguard in these 5 “hugas non-negotiables” — before “mano”, after using the toilet, before eating, after playing and before bonding.

Share the newest Safeguard handwashing song led by Alden to remind your friends and family about the significance of handwashing especially during the Christmas season:
https://www.facebook.com/SafeguardPhilippines/videos/1609451919112712/

Made especially for the holidays, Safeguard is launching its Christmas gift sets, which contain Safeguard Pure White Body Wash (400ML), Pure White Liquid Handsoap (225ML) and a FREE loofa. These limited editions packs will be available for only PHP 199 beginning October 15, 2017.

 

Event Alert: Zoomanity Group Dinner in the Dark

ZOOMANITY GROUP “DINNER IN THE DARK”
“Open your eyes for the Blind”

Ever wonder what it would be like to be blind? Get a chance to open your eyes in their “dark” condition at a special dinner event called “Dinner in the Dark” by Zoomanity Group. This great cause will give you a unique experience of dining in total darkness and understand how it is to be blind.

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Zoomanity Group, one of the leading companies in the park industry, will host series of “Dinner in the Dark” for the benefit of the Blind Foundations in the country. This exceptional event will create awareness amongst us what it is like to lose our sense of sight and appreciate it even more.

Guests will have a 30 minute orientation before the dinner which will be held in different Zoomanity parks and restaurant. During the dinner, the participants’ sense of sight will be totally diminished then their other senses will take over and will be heightened. Wonderful scents and sounds, and beautiful music, will be expected as well.

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Catch this special dinner offer from 5-8 PM (including pre-dinner orientation) on these following dates:​​

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For tickets and more information please contact the Zoomanity Group at (02)847-0413, 8899824-28, (02)8957142, 09158904728 or email zoomanityg@gmail.com.

The Next Big Thing Power Mac Center Spotlight presents Romantic Restored Films from all Decades

The Next Big Thing
Power Mac Center Spotlight presents Romantic Restored Films from all Decades

If you’re looking for a unique entertainment experience, look no further than Circuit Makati. The renowned entertainment district, known for hosting most of the country’s biggest concerts and events has now partnered with ABS-CBN Sagip Pelikula to introduce a one-of-a-kind film night– Spotlight Movie Box, a movie experience for avid fans of Philippine cinema.

On October 14 to 15, romantic movie fans get to enjoy their favorite local cult hits at the Power Mac Center Spotlight for an exclusive movie-marathon featuring romantic classics like Nasaan Ka Man, Got2Believe, Forevermore, and One More Chance.

Power Mac Center Spotlight, is an intimate and flexible performance venue designed to offer one-of-a-kind experience for audiences.

“We’ve rounded up these all-time romantic films for a one-off movie screening inside the Power Mac Center Spotlight—a venue known mostly for hosting theater performances, and have now converted into a cinema house just for the occasion,” explains Mel Ignacio, Assistant Vice President of Ayala Land “Our intent is to show the versatility and possibilities that our venue could offer.”

One More Chance, directed by Cathy Garcia Molina stars John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Derek Ramsay and Maja Salvador and tells the story of a long time couple who go on their separate ways but is given a second chance at love. Got 2 Believe is a classic 90s hit starring Claudine Baretto and Rico Yan, which tells the story of a cynical photographer who meets a wedding planner who changes his mind about the idea of ‘happily ever after.’ Forevermore, starring Jericho Rosales and Kristine Hermosa tells the romantic story of a young engineer who returns to his hometown where a woman who has been in-love with him since childhood is given a chance to spark a romance. And Nasaan Ka Man, a romantic thriller with stellar performances from Claudine Baretto and Jericho Rosales.

There’s definitely a lot to look forward to in Circuit Makati in the coming months. Whether you’re an avid movie-goer, a fan of Philippine cinema or simply out to exploring hidden gems of the city’s premier entertainment district.

For more information about the city that makes it happen, visit www.circuitmakati.com or like and follow Circuit Makati on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

For inquiries in leasing the Power Mac Center Spotlight, email bernabe.mia@circuitmakati.com

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Ayala Land is the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates, offering a diverse mix of properties such as residential, retail, office, hotels, and leisure developments, that support local economic growth and nation-building.
The company was established in 1988 as the real estate arm of Ayala Corporation, a pioneer conglomerate and builder of the country’s premier financial and commercial district, now known as Makati Central Business District and Ayala Center.
Today, Ayala Land has a total of 23 sustainable estates and is present in 55 key growth centers nationwide. It has five residential brands, namely Ayala Land Premier, Alveo, Avida, Amaia, and BellaVita, which deliver quality homes to a broad segment of the housing market. Its commercial development and leasing portfolio is comprised of Ayala Malls, Ayala Land Offices, and Ayala Land Hotels and Resorts Corporation.