For the heritage wanderer

Learning is endless, and ignorance excuses no one, especially when it comes to our nation. This weekend, explore both heritage and social issues with various of activities in the metro.

Stickers for solidarity

Level up your stickers with Makò Micro-Press.

This Sunday, 16 October, the micro-press designed stickers, zines, and other merchandize encourage social awareness, responsibility, and activism.

From 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.., Mako Micro-press is one of the present booths during the second day of Sticker Con MNL at Whitespace MNL, 2314 Chino Roces Ave. Extension, Makati.

photograph courtesy of dot

Experience ‘Noli Me Tangere’ feels

It’s never too late to explore the Walled City.

Intramuros, Manila, a go-to place for a glimpse of the past, is conducting a free guided tour in Fort Santiago on 15 October from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Remembering Marawi

Commemorating the fifth year anniversary of heroism and valor of Filipino soldiers during the longest urban battle, the Marawi Siege, a Static Display at the Philippine Army Grandstand happens on 15 to 16 October.

Lutong Bayan for Sustainability and Food Sovereignty

In celebration of the World Food Day and Peasant Month, Earth Island Institute Philippines in solidarity with PAWS, SAKA, Pamalakaya, and Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas – groups advocating sustainability and food sovereignty — launch “Lutong Bayan for Sustainability and Food Sovereignty” on 16 October at Mandala Park, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City.

This event will discuss agriculture, fisheries, animal welfare, and food sovereignty issues.

Photograph courtesy of habi

Beautiful local weaves

Philippine Textile Council announced that the annual Likhang HABI Market Fair is coming back with 60 vendors to showcase traditional craft, creativity in weaving, and the innovation of the piña weaving techniques on 14 to 16 October at Glorietta Activity Center.

Likhang Habi will also have the first Eloisa Hizon Gomez Abaca Competition, which aims to promote, preserve and renewed the interest the weaving of abaca.

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