We are inviting you to attend Christmas Bazaar

Mark your calendar on the 18 & 19th of December from 11 am to 6 pm.

More than 40 vendors will be displaying their beautiful products!

Don’t miss it!

Unique products made in The Gambia such as soaps, cosmetics, honey, clothes, jewellery, shoes, bags, food products, herbs, also Christmas and wooden decorations, pastries & cakes, and much more will be there for you.

FREE ENTRANCE!

Christmas Bazaar will open its door at 11 am sharp.

Stands will be available until 6 pm.

Food, drinks and sweet treats will be available for sale all the time.

Lunch or dinner at Yosh will be possible from 11 am until 10 pm.

Workshops for children
Music entertainment
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