Ironman 70.3 Colombo is a triathlon event taking place in the heart of Colombo on Sunday, February 25th 2018. More than 600 athletes from 55 countries have signed up for the event. The race starts from Galle Face Green and includes a 1.9 km swim, 90 km bike ride, and 21.1 km run.
More than 70 Good Market vendors will be participating in a special market at the Ironman event from 6 am to 3 pm on the Galle Face Green. The stall layout is shown below. Come out and help celebrate all of our local and visiting athletes!
Drum House will be organizing community drum circles from 9 am to 3 pm with instruments (none of which include any animal products!) on hand for kids and adults. No prior experience required. Join in the fun and collaborative experience and add your percussive beat to the day's festivities!
Pick up a delicious and refreshing drink from new vendor, Smoothie Moves in stall B3. Choose from Spinach Dynamo, avocado, moringa, banan peanut butter, coffee & oat and so much more! Vegan and dairy free options are available.
Bees will have baked goods made from locally sourced ingredients which are organic whenever possible and will be introducing a range of healthier snacks and desserts. Showcasing the flavours from 8 locally grown fruits, there will be something for every tastebud including vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free options. Find them in stall A3
Promoting conscious consumption with timeless and functional clothing made from bamboo and environmentally responsible material, Moso will be in stall C2 offering 20% off on their collection.
Drop by stall B12 for handmade housewares, clothing and accessories made by K&D Lace using traditional beeralu lace and unbleached cotton.
Craftellaa Peg Dolls will be in stall B6 with their unique hand painted wooden peg dolls and figurines. Pick up some for decor, keytags or talk to them about custom orders to add a personal flair to any memento.
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