Greenfield District—the smart and connected urban center of Greenfield Development Corporation (GDC) in Mandaluyong—kicked off its holiday celebration with the launch of GDC’s annual Christmas festivities called A Christmas for Generations.
The traditional lighting of the 60-foot Christmas tree at the Greenfield District Central Park marked the beginning of the district-wide yuletide merry-making. This was followed by a magical display of fireworks and Christmas caroling by a 20-piece chorale.
“After two years of not having face-to-face yuletide celebrations, Filipinos are surely excited to once again gather with their loved ones to celebrate the country’s festive Christmas season,” said GDC President and Chairman Jeffrey D.Y. Campos. “Greenfield District is a venue where different generations, from senior citizen grandparents to Gen Z kids, can bond with each other by taking part in the fun holiday activities of the District,” he added.
Filipinos of all ages are in for a lot of holiday fun at the District until December 25.
On December 17, families are invited to come and meet Santa Claus at Greenfield District’s “A Night with Santa,” which will feature merry activities and gift giving.
Meanwhile, adults can start their holiday shopping early as the Greenfield District Central Park will showcase weekend bazaars until December. Shoppers can look forward to discovering value-for-money gift ideas, trendy fashion pieces, delicious treats. and more.
While shopping, visitors can also enjoy a quick food trip and engage in arts and crafts activities while immersing at the bazaars dressed in colorful Christmas decorations.
Located at the corner of EDSA and Shaw Boulevard, Greenfield District is accessible to the public through various routes and roadways from the main business districts of Metro Manila/