10 Things to Do This Weekend: March 20 to 22
Dance all night to the best songs ever, drop by the park for an art fair, and more.
(SPOT.ph) We know you’re already looking forward to the weekend. We zero in on the events you shouldn’t miss.
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Ready to get your summer shopping done? Head over to the World Trade Center for the Manila Sundance Summer Bazaar: Summer Dream on March 20 to 22. There will be live music throughout the event and raffle items to be given away! Bring your family and friends and shop for everything summer-from bikinis to slip-ons to sheer covers to oversized beach hats and a whole lot more. Arm yourself with necessities for your summer vacation with fabulous discounts and giveaways. Entrance is priced at P100.
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Don’t miss Art in the Park 2015, an affordable art fair happening on March 22, 10 a.m., at the Jaime Velasquez Park in Salcedo Village. Since 2006, they’ve gathered a diverse group of galleries, art schools, independent art spaces, and collectives for the country's most significant and affordable art fair. Art in the Park offers visitors a range of paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and new media. They keep to their mission of making visual arts accessible to everyone and benefits the operations of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines in its mission to create awareness for the National Museum and its network.
Find out how to make the most out of Art in the Park here: How to Prepare for Art in the Park, Happening on March 22
Sign up for a Basic Dollmaking Workshop, happening on March 22, 2 p.m., at 10a Alabama Street, New Manila. Come and learn about the wonderful world of dollmaking. The workshop will be headed by Mommy Jac of Dolldalita Dollshop. She’ll be teaching how to make dolls the Waldorf way, answering questions, and helping you make your own "mini-me." The workshop fee is P1,500, inclusive of all materials.
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On March 22, head over to National Book Store Glorietta 1 for the E. Lockhart Book Signing Tour, happening at 2 p.m. E. Lockhart is the author of We Were Liars, Fly on the Wall, Dramarama, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, and the Ruby Oliver quartet: "The Boyfriend List," "The Boy Book," "The Treasure Map of Boys," and "Real Live Boyfriends." How to Be Bad was co-written with Lauren Myracle and Sarah Mlynowski. Disreputable History was a Printz Award honor book, a finalist for the National Book Award, and recipient of the Cybils Award for best young adult novel. We Were Liars is a New York Times’ bestseller.
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The international pop sensation will make teenage dreams come true with their very first show in Manila, the One Direction: On the Road Again Tour, happening on March 21 and 22, 8 p.m., at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds. Get ready to sing to your heart's content and swoon over Harry, Niall, Liam, Louis, and Zayn, as they hit the stage this weekend!
Check out the ticket prices below:
- VIP: P17,950
- Diamond: P14,800
- Titanium : P7,450
- Gold: P3,775
- Silver: P2,200
- Bronze: P1,150
For ticket inquiries or reservations, call 470-2222.
Japanese conductor Yoshikazu Fukumura returns to lead the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra in its seventh season concert on March 20, 8 p.m., at the CCP Main Theater. One of the famous maestros in Japan, Yoshikazu Fukumura is the former music director of the Tokyo Ballet, Kyoto Municipal Symphony, and Nagoya Philharmonic. He received a national recognition in Japan for conducting the NHK TV Concert Series entitled "Music of the World" in 1970. He has also conducted other well-acclaimed performances abroad. He has found a huge satisfaction in working with Asian orchestras-from making recordings to conducting festivals and subscription concerts in almost all parts of Asia. Tickets are priced at P1,545, P1,236, P824, P515, P412, and P309.
For ticket inquiries or reservations, call 891-9999.
On March 21, 10 a.m., Makati Shangri-La’s very own French chef Gilles Galli teaches his brand of French cuisine on how to bake Pithivier pie with different fillings as a starter, main course, and dessert. Learn his techniques and recipes for P3,500 net, including a five-course set menu lunch, recipe card, and certificate. Limited seats are available.
For inquiries or reservations, call 813-8888 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Googly Gooeys will be back in Fully Booked's School of Fun Things on March 22, 2 p.m. for a Digitizing Workshop. This time, they are setting aside the brushes to make room for computer screens. The workshop aims to help students convert their hand drawn and hand-lettered work into digital files. Students are required to bring laptops with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator installed. This introductory course will cover various digitizing methods and lay-outing techniques. The workshop fee is P3,500.
To register, click here.
Sign up for the first leg of Let’s Run 2015, happening on March 22 at the CCP Complex. This fun run aims to encourage new runners to start living a healthy life through running. Registration is priced at P700 (5K), P800 (10K), and P900 (21K). You may register online or at the following sites:
- Juego SM Fairview
- Juego TriNoma
- Juego Ali Mall
- Juego SM Megamall
- Juego Market! Market!
- Juego Greenbelt 3
- Juego SM Mall of Asia
- ARC Manila
- The Ticket Store in Farmer’s Mall
For inquiries, click here, or call 0906-305-0575 or 0917-626-4353.
Sign up for anatomy and alignment workshops at Yoga+ Makati’s Unveil Your Inner Divinity classes, happening from March 20 to 22 with Poncho Cottier. On Friday, learn about breath awareness, intuitive motion, and creative circular sequences around the mat. Backbends, inversions, psoas, hamstrings, and splits will be explored in two separate classes on Saturday. The last day of the workshop will be about arm balances and inversions, and twists and hips. Detoxify and let yourself be rejuvenated this weekend! Rates for the Mandala Flow Class (Friday) is P700, while regular rate per workshop is P1,500. The package rate for all four workshops on Saturday and Sunday is P5,500.
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