[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s the whole Christendom is commemorating the death and passion of Jesus Christ and eventually his resurrection, we would like to share with you some of the Easter Sunday events that a few establishments in General Santos are conducting.
Being a day of rejoicing, the Tuna Capital’s malls have prepared activities not only for kids but also for kids at heart and the whole family, in general.
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SM City General Santos has several ongoing promo events like the Easterrific Eats, Easter Bazaar until Easter Sunday. The Grand Event however is their Costume Contest for Kids from 3-12 years, on April 16th, Easter Sunday.
On the other hand, Veranza has also lined up their own set of activities for kids and kids-at-heart. They have a Free Photo Booth Pictures (with 3 poses per photo), Face Painting treat and sweet Easter Goodies for lucky shoppers.
For Robinsons Mall of Gensan, Easter Sunday is also one busy holiday for Kids from 3-10 years old. There is an Eggsperts Hunt; Easter Story Time with animated Biblical Stories, Games & eggciting prizes; Hatty-Painty Paint and Easter Hat all for Free; and a Magic..ster Show!
Greenleaf Hotel has also come up with their own Easter event, their annual Easter Egg Hunt! Other than that, they have a Magic Show and Egg, Cookie and Face Painting events that will make for an Easterrific Day.
Not to be left out is Venue 88 along Mabuhay Road. Find out more about its Enchanting Easter Sunday events for the whole family.
Gaisano Mall of Gensan has also prepared an Easter Sunday activity at their currently-being-expanded mall. Check out their Easter Eggventure Sunday at their Atrium for their egg hunting, egg painting and magic show happenings.
Not directly related to Easter Sunday but happening initially on that day is the national launching of Max’s Restaurant’s “Chicken All You Can” Promo at the SM City General Santos. For P249.00, you can have all the delicious Max’s Fried Chicken that you want from 2pm to 9pm on April 16. Upcoming dates are April 21, 28 and May 5 and 12.
These are just some of the Easter Sunday events that people in Gensan can take part in. But before anything else, as Christians, they can also perform the traditional church practices by visiting any of the parishes that are open to all the Catholic faithful this week.
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