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Monday, November 27, 2017

It's A Kaleidoscope Christmas at Greenfield District


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This is the nth time I’m attending a Christmas-related event and so I could safely declare that it is undoubtedly “beginning to look a lot like Christmas” everywhere we go. Colorful holiday season decorations could now be seen from snowman, to reindeers, to Santa Claus, to elves, to candy canes, and a lot more “shining shimmering splendid” eye-catching items hanging from trees or light posts that look best at night when the lights are all turned on.

But the most prominent among them all would forever be the Christmas Tree. May it be a green or white tree, there would never be any other symbol that would be as grandeur as the Christmas Tree.

Come and visit the Greenfield District in Mandaluyong city now as they officially opened their Christmas celebrations through their Christmas Tree Lighting held recently on November 24, 2017. The event was graced by a Chorale group singing the melodies of the holiday season, and fabulous fireworks that lit up the dark skies that night. A few bads provided entertainment through their songs but it got cut short because of the rains.

There was also a Russian Santa Claus adding cheer through many photo and video ops and selfies with the customers and guests of the Weekend Market. It so happens that I knew the guy playing Santa and that he is actually a Filipino who is also the owner of Monster Burger which had a food stall that night too. Guess what happened next? Of course, I brought home one of his burgers.

I would have loved to eat the burger that moment, but I was already full of the Persian cuisine the served that night at the event dubbed as Kaleidoscope at Greenfield.

Though the weather was not cooperative during the event because of the sudden rain showers that made the activities fall short of expectations, the important thing is that the management of Greenfield Development Corporation took the effort to recognize a very important tradition that we should never forget. Since Christmas is really created to remember the birth of Christ, it should be realized as the most important day of the year. It is but right that we celebrate the occasion with more than a month-long of activities until the start of the New Year.

The Christmas Tree would forever be the gloriously majestic and towering symbol to make everyone see that Christmas is fast approaching. You can see its beauty from afar, and I’ve heard that the fireworks we did that day was seen even as far as Greenhills, San Juan city.

We also had the opportunity to interview the Executive Vice President of the Greenfield Development Corporation. We learned a lot about their visions for the 14 hectare property that invites people to a kid-friendly place that’s with lots of open spaces especially meant for kids and adults alike to roam and walk freely from one point to the next. Though they are small as compared to big properties like the Bonifacio Global City, they still want to instill a place where everyone would feel comfortable and at ease as they would soon have their establishments connected in such a way that you could securely walk from and to any of them through bridges and pathways.

We have the complete interview in two-part videos that we’ve altready uploaded on our social media pages so please be sure to watch them either on our official YouTube or Facebook pages.

Thanks to the Greenfield Development Corporation for including Wazzup Pilipinas among their invited media to cover the event. We hope to be covering all of their other events soon.

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