Saturday Good Market
The Saturday Good Market event is open from 10 am to 6 pm (rain or shine!) in the Nuga Tree Car Park at the Colombo Racecourse. The stall layout is below.
Colombo Meditation (under Nuga tree)
This non-profit organization will be at the Saturday Good Market to share information about a special seminar (March 10-18th) and other opportunities for new members to join in and learn more about the healing power of meditation. Their goal is to help as many people find happiness as well as spread awareness on the importance of positive mental health. Visit them to learn more. http://colombomeditation.org/
Hatton National Bank stall (under Nuga tree)
HNB will have representatives at the Saturday Good Market to provide vendors and visitors with information and services pertaining to leasing, savings and current accounts, fixed deposits, personal loans, housing loans, credit cards and more.
Footsteps to Freedom (stall E5)
Organized by Nivendra, founder of Letter Earthlings, this is an initiative begun in 2016 to raise awareness about mental health around Sri Lanka. This year's focus is on suicide prevention. Over a period of two months, Nivendra, Sara (Good Market alum!) and Ranil will walk along the coastline of the country holding workshops, conversations and impromptu gatherings along the way aimed at shattering the stigma surrounding mental health and encouraging people to seek help and support when needed.
Stop by stall E5 to learn more and how you could support this project which seeks to reach more people each year.
Good Market Shop
The Good Market organic and natural food shop operates as a not-for-profit social enterprise and has products from more than 115 Good Market approved vendors. It is located across the street from the Saturday Good Market in the Lakpahana Courtyard and is open every day from 8 am to 8 pm. This week's deliveries include...
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The Good Market Sri Lanka blog includes updates on the Saturday Good Market event, the Good Market Reid Avenue and Battaramulla shops, and the Sri Lankan community.