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Bazaar’s You Gotta Visit this Mother’s Day



Mother's Day

This year, in hopes of doing things a bit different, many places and venues are created to celebrate the loving day of Mother’s Day.

Mother’s have truly worn themselves out with raising and taking care of us. Which is why it is decided this year to make things super enjoyable for all the mothers out there.

We bring to you all the mother’s day events and bazaars you could visit with your mothers and have a lovely day out, or to even go to yourselves to scout for gifts. Read on to find out more.

Tivoli Dome Happy Mama


Organized by Tina Bazaar and hosted by Tivoli Dome, this mother’s day, you’re in for a wild treat! On the 12th and 13th of March, a huge bazaar for Makeup, Clothes, Perfumes, and much more are in store for this Mother’s Day! Make sue to check the even ton Facebook for more details!

Gezira Sporting Club

Gezira Sporting Club is hosting a very special Mother’s Day Bazaar where there’ll be a variety of gifts and food carts to spend a lovely day with your mother. Mark your calendars for the 13th and 14th of March!

Rahet Bally Experience- Mother’s Day Edition

This year for Mother’s Day, New Cairo’s Family park decided to host an explicit experience for our lovely mothers. The Rahet Bali experience will take place on the 20th of March where a variety of activities will take place. If you’re looking for a familial place to take your mother/wife out and spend a lovely day of shopping and quality time, this is the right place! Best thing is that there’ll be baby sitting service so that mom’s can truly enjoy their day.

Zamalek Market

Zamalek is well known for their cozy Bazaar’s which is why Zamalek Market is hosting a small event for Mother’s to purchase pampering gifts for themselves as well as even get their nails done as a gift from Zamalek Market to all mother’s on this special day! Also, there’ll be momma items at the store such as linen sheets and much more!

This year, take the time to pamper your mothers and show them all the love in the world for all the long nights and conflicts they had to overcome to keep you safe and loved. With that said, make sure to pass by these bazaars for a lovely day out and to finc the right gift for your mommas!







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