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Calling Vendors and Visitors, On Sunday, December 11th Good for Bali Hosts a Festive Christmas Bazaar with Tamora Gallery …

Good for Bali, Bali’s first dedicated environmental directory, will be hosting the first Good for Bali Eco and Artisan Christmas Bazaar at Tamora Gallery, Berawa, Canggu, on Sunday, December 11th, 2022, from 9am to 8pm.

The Christmas Bazaar will feature 20 Eco & Artisan booths, including four food and beverage booths, and two charity and foundation booths, offering a wide range of eco-friendly goods and services. Booths include Eco-Clothing, upcycled jewellery, bikinis and bathing suits made from recycled trash, organic soaps and bath goods, vintage fashion, sustainable energy, art, dolls and toys made from discarded materials, and much more.

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A live demonstration from participating charity organization, Ragam Foundation, will teach kids and enthusiasts the art of doll making with knitting skills by using wholly recycled materials.

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Other workshops will be a candle-making workshop for both adults and kids by Anne & Co Bali, as well as a soap-making workshop by Bali Natural Soaps, at Tamora Gallery’s Spark Studio. A kids’ Christmas decoration class will also be held in the courtyard of Tamora Gallery. Sign up for workshops in advance with fashion@goodforbali.com.

The Christmas entertainment will feature DJ students from the Genesis Creative Center (from sunset onwards) in the Courtyard as part of the pre-Xmas-cheer gathering, as well as Pak Eko’s Orphanage Kids Choir, during the day. Goodie bags for the orphans are to be sponsored by Easy Tees, Republic of Soap, and Tamora Group.

Food and beverage booths offered up will be BBQ ribs by Warung Amo Ribs, a beer booth by Bintang, a coffee booth by Kawasari Coffee, and organic juices and snacks by Es Jadoel and E.R. Foodpastry.

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Participating eco and artisan brands include: Sabo Faro Collektives (mixed recycled wares), Strobe Ceramics, Triple J, Svah Keina Beauty, Uncle Clothing, Lingga Art Lontar (traditional arts), Miss n Co Clothing, Balisa Accessories, Serra’s Random Art, Home BioGas, Bali-Life Bodycare, Kali Dogwear, Ragam Foundation, Anne & Co Essentials Candles, Bali Natural Soap by Rossi, Morning Clouds Handmade Knits, Velvet Morning Studio, Belle Mere Jewellery, BASABali, and The Yak Magazine, with more to be confirmed.

The Christmas Bazaar will be the 5th Good for Bali EcoMarket held this year, with vendors showcasing a variety of products from local eco-businesses. In conjunction with Tamora Gallery’s weekly Kids’ Sunday events, the last two Good for Bali Eco & Artisan Markets drew 432 and 509 attendees over the course of the day.

A curated list of participating Eco-Vendors is currently being sourced; if your eco-product or service is looking for a showcase, please email fashion@goodforbali.com to apply for a booth (subject to availability). Fees are 300k per retail booth; and 350k per food and beverage booth. Official media partner for the Christmas Bazaar, is The Yak Magazine (www.theyakmag.com).

For further information on Good for Bali or the Christmas Bazaar, please visit:
IG: @GoodforBali
WA: +628113998779
Email: tellmemore@goodforbali.com