It is a Fun Run activity that literally throws colored powder at you along the route. You can actually have your own colored powder and enjoy it yourself.
This is the first ever Fun Run activity that’s been organized in Quezon Province that deals with colors. Although, it’s been quiet popular in Manila for sometime now. I’m glad having this kind of event would definitely help boost the Quezon Province Tourism Campaign.
Quezon Color Run: District Leg 2 will be held on March 22, 2014 at 3:30 PM at SM Lucena Parking Lot, Lucena City Quezon.
“There will also be an EARTH HOUR after the race at 8pm”
KULTURA FILIPINO is the largest Filipino lifestyle retail chain where you can buy all Philippine culture and crafts from different varieties of accessories, to home furnitures, Philippine National dress etc.,
So if you’re looking for ”Where to shop for things Filipino” then this store is just for you 🙂
I’m a big fan of METTA (Assumption College San Lorenzo, Theater Artist Group) cause they are highly versatile and talented actors.
I was fortunate to watch Ring Round The Moon for the second time around with their new cast of actors 🙂 Yes, they didn’t fail to disappoint me. Their show was amazing as ever.
Here is a few synopsis of the play:
RING ROUND THE MOON is a romantic comedy about young couples who learn to define the meaning of true love. Hugo, a rich young bachelor with an enterprising vibrant mind invites Isabelle, a ballet dancer to a ball. He reveals that he has employed her to enchant his twin brother, Frederic who is madly in love with Diana. Diana, a spoiled heiress is secretly in love with Hugo. However, Isabelle ends up falling in love with Hugo. Who will win whom in the end? Experience an enchanting evening of mistaken love, heartful confessions, and refreshing revelations about true love. Anyone who has ever been in love, or wants to be in love will enjoy
Hmmmm…Pretty interesting isn’t it?
Yep! It really is…What can I say about METTA?…Their is really a future in Philippine Theater 🙂 Yeah! Kudos to METTA and Assumption College, San Lorenzo 🙂
To catch more show updates of METTA. Visit their website:
I was naturally pleased to be able to attend this exhibit of our Province in Quezon. It’s a one week celebration where in you can take pictures, explore and shop all of the best handicrafts in Quezon Province, Philippines. Thanks to SM Mall this event was made possible.
Here are the snippets:
Philippine Native Handbags 🙂 Made of BURI and BANIG
BURI (Talipot Palm)– The blades of the large fan-shaped leaves yield a material for mats, sacks, and thatch
BANIG(handwoven mat used for sleeping and sitting)
Philippine Native Dress 🙂
This has definitely caught my attention! Who would have thought Soaps could be sooo sweet 🙂 Man, if only…./I would have eaten one 😦
These soaps made out of Coconut Oil
Coconuts are the main products of Quezon, Province
Despite I couldn’t eat it…I definitely bought one :)))