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Experience Negros at the Heart of the Metro

The 29th Negros Trade Fair will once again showcase the best of the best from the land of smiles – bringing its finest food, fashion, furniture, art, and crafts to the city

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From September 24-28, the Glorietta Activity Center will once again be transformed into a one-stop venue for the longest-running annual provincial trade fair. With a theme of “Smiles Beyond Borders,” the 29th Negros Trade Fair speaks about the resilience of Visayans amidst the calamities that struck the region. From shells collected from the coasts, pandan leaves and coconut shells growing in abundance, to driftwood and fallen lumber – the products set to be discovered at Glorietta all display a bright optimism after the calamities.

Exhibiting solidarity and community building, the trade fair gathers the best of the best of Negros under one roof for a limited time – giving Manilenos  a chance to experience the best food, crafts, and furniture from Negros as well as catch a glimpse of the Negrenses’ cheerful and positive outlook in life that extends beyond borders through their crafts.

The fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 9p.m. on September 24, 25, and 28 (Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday) and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on September 26 and 27 (Friday and Saturday) at the Glorietta Activity Center. Entrance is free. Below are some of the exhibitors at the fair:

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