March Events and Activities Nationwide

Calling out parents dear! Eventful days are coming, let your kids and teens have fruitful activities and develop their skills with upcoming and ongoing activities near you. This is the best time to bond and spend time with them.

Sharing below events and activities nationwide for March:

Visayas

Shakey’s Tacloban Grand Junior Pizza Master + Easter Egg Hunting

When: March 31, 2024
What: Grand JPM and Easter Egg hunt
1st session 10am to 1pm
2nd session 3pm to 5pm

Bright Minds Bracelet Making Activity for Teens and Adults

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Mang Inasal Celebrates 20th Anniversary Via Nationwide Unli-Sarap, Unli-Saya Caravan

Mang Inasalthe Philippines’ Grill Expert, will spread its 20th anniversary UNLI-SAYAbration through the Unli-Sarap, Unli-Saya Caravan.

This was announced during the Unli-SAYAbration Grand Caravan that recently happened at Ayala Malls Manila Bay. Hosted by Dimples Romana, the event treated customers to a fun program filled with games and prizes, and free products that included Extra Creamy Halo-Halo and Palabok.

Hosted by Dimples Romana, the event treated customers to a fun program filled with games and prizes, and free products that included Extra Creamy Halo-Halo and Palabok. Continue reading

Welcome the Lunar New Year Prosperity With Good Fortune Menu At Rizal Park Hotel

Kung Hei Fat Choi!
As the luckiest animal in the Chinese Zodiac, the rabbit promises a year of prosperity, hope, and calm.
The historic Rizal Park Hotel invites guests to usher in abundance and success by celebrating the Year of the Water Rabbit with a sumptuous, curated menu of authentic Chinese cuisine, available across the property’s dining outlets from Imperial Court to Cafe Rizal.

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Mang Inasal kicks off 20th anniversary with 2-in-1 AnniverSAYA Deals

The new year is made even more exciting as Mang Inasal, the country’s Grill Expert, kicks off its year-long 20th anniversary celebration with the “2-in-1 AnniverSAYA Deals” happening in all its branches nationwide. 

“2023 is a big year for Mang Inasal as we reach two decades serving Ihaw-Sarap and Unli-Saya to our customers nationwide,” said Mang Inasal’s Business Unit Head Mike V. Castro. “The 2-in-1 AnniverSAYA Deals is just the start of a thrilling year-long celebration which we want everyone to enjoy.” 

Double the Ihaw-Sarap and Unli-Saya with these perfect pairings available from Jan. 1 to Feb 28, 2023. Simply present the physical or digital coupon to get the discounts.

Check out these 2-in-1 AnniverSAYA deals at all Mang Inasal stores nationwide: https://bit.ly/MangInasalBRANCHES.

Want more Mang Inasal exclusives NOW? Visit www.manginasal.com for the latest updates, https://manginasaldelivery.com.ph for delivery deals, and follow Mang Inasal on social media!

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DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids

No Tricks, All Treat!

Halloween is one of the most awaited holiday kids look forward to, especially my daughter. She’s excited to dress up in costume and receive sweet treats. Well, it’s not just my daughter that is excited for Halloween, I am as well.

As a mom, one of the things I look forward to this holiday is thinking of what costume my kid should be wearing. Am I going to buy something which unfortunately costs a lot or have a DIY costume using recycled materials? Practically and at less cost, making a DIY Halloween costume is the best option. It might need creativity, time and effort, but once you see how happily dress up and look pretty cute the kids in your handmade love creation, it’s worth it.

Here are some DIY Halloween Costume Ideas for kids that I created for my daughter using old clothes and recycled materials.

Pumpkin Costume

This adorable costume is easy to make. You can buy fabric in orange color or use an old orange shirt to recreate a pumpkin costume. In this, I use alpha gene Gina pongee fabric, unused shoe lace, black felt cloth for pumpkin face. A little sewing of cloth on the sides and glued the pumpkin face, this cute DIY Pumpkin makes my daughter so adorable. This is her first ever Halloween. The cost? It’s less than one hundred pesos.

 

Maleficent Costume

Embrace your inner evil with this DIY Maleficent Costume I personally created for my daughter. Everything is handmade from signatured horned headpiece, staff and wings. I upcycle an old mini black dress into her costume. The wings are made of cardboard covered with black cartolina paper shaped into tiny feathers. As for her staff, I used a branch of a tree, covered it with black electrical tape and topped a light up bouncy ball. The horned headpiece is from her old headband, I just printed a horn pattern from the web, traced it in cardboard, then covered it with black ribbon, and glued it into the headband.  Continue reading