Returning to give back, Noel Bazaar

It’s never too early to start your holiday shopping, particularly now that the ban on public gatherings during the epidemic has been lifted. Of course, we should still exercise caution, especially when there are elderly or immunocompromised relatives or family members around. We should cover up and routinely wash or sanitise our hands. Planning any holiday gatherings should take into account the oldest guest, as indicated in a recent New York Times story.

The yearly Noel Bazaar has been taking place for 22 years this year. The primary goal of the event, which Cut Unlimited started in 2000, was to support certain foundations in their charity work. This goal still exists today, with a percentage of the funds generated going to the Noel P. Gozon Memorial Clinic, Inquirer Foundation, and GMA Kapuso Foundation.

The popular Noel Bazaar is back after a two-year hiatus and will be held in three different locations, including the Crystal Pavilion at Okada Manila from November 11 to 13, from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.; the Filinvest Tent Alabang from November 18 to 20; the World Trade Center from November 25 to 27, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and from November 28 to 30, from 11 a.m. to 9 p

In addition to free entrance, visitors to the bazaar at the Okada Hotel will have access to a private viewing deck of the building’s famous feature, The Fountain, which presents beautifully choreographed light and water performances from 6 p.m. until midnight.

The event has been co-presented by GMA Network for 20 years. At the Celebrity Ukay-Ukay Booth and Celebrity Auction special events set at Okada Manila and the World Trade Center, visitors get the opportunity to interact with their favourite artists and purchase or place a bid on some of their favourite Kapuso stars’ outfits.

The opening ceremonies will include Rhian Ramos, Jasmine Curtis, Max Collins, and Michelle Dee, this year’s GMA Kapuso Foundation Noel Bazaar ambassadors.

Bea Alonzo, Gabbi Garcia, Julie Anne San Jose, Rufa Mae Quinto, Christian Bautista, Patricia Tumulak, Mark Herras, and Manolo Pedrosa are among the participating Kapuso stars whose donated personal belongings will be up for grabs at the Kapuso Celebrity Ukay-Ukay.

Jessica Soho, Arnold Clavio, Howie Severino, Pia Arcangel, Ivan Mayrina, Mariz Umali, Sandra Aguinaldo, Kara David, Susan Enriquez, Suzi Abrera, Mav Gonzales, and Connie Sison are among the news and public affairs figures who are also contributing used stuff.

Recently, a couple of them displayed some of the gently used things they are giving to the Celebrity Ukay-Ukay, where all of the money generated will be donated to the GMA Kapuso Foundation.

Noel Bazaar has long provided a place to generate lucrative and sustainable business for local hobbyists as well as micro-, small-, and medium-scale enterprises, in addition to the ability to enjoy stargazing and stock up on Christmas gifts. At the yearly festival, several of the now-famous companies got enthusiastic receptions like Mary Grace Cafe, Aranaz, and Play & Display Furniture Shop.

Novelty goods, clothing, Christmas decorations, home furnishings, body and beauty products, fashion accessories, shoes, and bags are just a few of the things to keep an eye out for at the Noel Bazaar.

Presenters of the Noel Bazaar 2022 television series include the GMA Network. Email cut.eventsph@gmail.com for further information, or follow Noel Bazaar on Facebook, Viber, Instagram, or Twitter.

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