Family fun at Christmas Market

  • Family
  • Thursday, 21 Nov 2013

Visit Ibu’s Christmas market and contribute to a good cause.

The Ibu Family Resource Group’s Charity Christmas Market will raise funds for Home Of Peace which aims to educate and empower young girls. Clothes, toys, books, jewellery, baby equipment, household items and food will be on sale by favourite returning and new vendors.

By popular demand, there will be a section with quality preloved goods at nominal prices. The market is ideal for shoppers looking for bargains, the latest children’s products and sustainable goods.

Families will enjoy arts & crafts, lucky draws, bouncy castle, colouring and other festive children’s activities. There will also be free blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), Body Fat Analysis, glucose and other health checks by Ibu partner Tropicana Medical Centre for all visitors. Admission is free (apart from the preloved section, where the entrance fees will go to charity).

WHEN: Sunday 24th November 2013, 10am to 6pm


CITTA Mall, 1A Jalan PJU1A/48, PJU1A, Ara Damansara, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

WHY: The Market is to celebrate families and ibu’s partners.

Ibu is a non-profit organisation which provides early childhood information and services to families in Malaysia. The Ibu Charity Christmas Market is also known for providing up-and-coming artisans and entrepreneurs with a platform to showcase their wares suitable for the whole family- just in time for the year-end festivities.

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