9 Exciting Stalls at Legit Pinoy Fair

Legit Pinoy Trade Fair celebrates the Philippines Products Week that aims to showcase the very best of genuine Philippine-made products,services, as well as highlight the ingenuity and talent of Filipino manufacturers, inventors and entrepreneurs.

ribbon cutting ceremonies

The event is typically characterized by bazaars, tours, exhibits, and product expos. Lectures, seminars and forums, as well as film screenings and concerts by Filipino artists, are also held as part of the celebration.

The opening started with a short prayer and a ribbon cutting ceremony together with Princess Jennifer Limpayen Sibug-Las of the Manobo tribe, Hon. Ivy Lagman councilor of 4th district of Quezon City ( who was the representative of Mayor Joy Belmonte). After the opening, a light late afternoon snacks which consists of pichi-pichi, jacobina biscuits, hopia mongo, hopia ube, maja blanca, sapin-sapin, cassava cake, biscuits and bread from Tinapayan.

The event is at Il Terrazo Mall which is located at 33 Sccout Madriñan street, near Tomas Morato, Diliman, Quezon City.

9 Exciting Stalls at the Legit Pinoy Fair

9.) QC Art Circle – Is a group of artists in the country. They have a lot of art shows and exhibits within Metro Manila and in the provinces.

8 .) Faces and Curves / I Fuel – Faces and Curves is a health ,wellness and clinic while I Fuel Company is a Gasoline station . They have several franchise opportunities for these interested nationwide.

Contact Person: Ms. Angel Mistres ( 0916-3546103)

7.) Crisanto offers leather shoes, bags, pouches and key-chain holder. These products are made in Marikina.

6.) Nuts About You and Backyard Projects – Nuts About You offers assorted nuts in neatly package containers. Backyard Projects offers several handmade soaps and bug repellent made from citronella and other plant extracts. They accept bulk orders.

5.) GemS Gastronome has a variety of bottled offerings ideal for souvenir/ giveaways/ token doe special occasions or just plain pasalubong. These includes Adobong Galunggong ( original/ spicy ) Spanish style Bangus ( original. spicy) Aligue, Gourmet Tahong ( Adobo/ Butter and Garlic/ Sweet and Spicy / Hot and Spicy), Chicken Adobo Flakes , Beef Tapa Flakes, Bopis, Dulce de Leche and Chicharon in a Pouch.

Contact Person: Ms. Gemma Lumahan-Daylo (0919-9914818 )

4.) Mushroom Chips– wide variety of healthy snacks made from mushrooms, and other foods.

JNRM Group Corporation – Address: B3, L5 Grand Industrial Estate, Parulan Plaridel , Bulacan province.

3.) JCI QC Diamante Club and Mama Ester – Mama Ester specialize on cane vinegar and chili garlic.

Contact : Mama Ester ( 0961-369-3293)

2.) Filipino Inventors and Innovators, Incorporated–  This is a group of enterprising Filipino inventors and innovators selling different products and invention which can be used in daily lives.

1.) Bragais Shoes for Men and Women– World class talented work of art by Filipino shoe designer and entrepreneur.

Do not forget to visit the trade fair and attend the activities until this August 18, 2019.

 

Philippine Tuberculosis Society’s 109th Anniversary Program

It was a hot sunny day at the Julia Vargas Hall within Quezon Institute when a mass was celebrated at past 8:30 am.

Philippine Tuberculosis Society and Quezon Institute

Philippine Tuberculosis Society and Quezon Institute Anniversary

The thanksgiving mass was officiated by a priest from nearby Christ the King Seminary. This marks two important occasions, The 109th founding anniversary of the Philippine Tuberculosis Society (PTS) and 81st anniversary of Quezon Institute.

He shared the same sentiments and views on both institution being founded during the early part of the American regime.

Quezon Institute -Julia Vargas Hall

Lagablab ng Espiritu Santo choir

The building is consider as a heritage landmarks done by a prominent Filipino architect Juan Nakpil.

CCP and Architectural Achives of the Philippines

The building is one of the few art deco style architecture within the city that dates back during the middle part of the commonwealth regime.

There was a short break after the mass, the author had the opportunity to take some photos and met some artists behind the TB seals issued by the institute for the past several years.

One of the highlight of the program was the service award of employees. There were employees who served 10 years, 15 years, 20 years, 25 years and 30 years. They were given recognition for their valuable service to the institution and to the Filipino people.

Engineer Romeo Ranjo together with PTS secretariat and artists

Aside from the award, They were also given cash incentives. A mix modern dance number and cultural dance were performed by the employees of the institute.