The first anniversary of Kaleidoscope at Greenfield District on Friday, Nov. 4, lured everyone with the promise of breathing colors, dancing lights and a grand display of life’s vibrancy in an open park that is green, and is right in the center of busy Mandaluyong.
Pink, violet, blue,orange, yellow, and green—name it. Bursts of colors greeted me at at the First Year anniversary of the Kaleidoscope Market. The colors calmed my frayed nerves from driving two hours from the south. I was glad I came to celebrate Greenfield District first anniversary of Kaleidoscope, an every-Friday get-together, inspired by good food, great music, and art.
Kaleidoscope is worthy of everyone’s “me-time”. This is the place to unwind as one screams “Thank God it is Friday”.
Executive Vice President and General Manager Duane A.X. Santos explained, “Kaleidoscope is Greenfield District’s way of emphasizing our dedication and commitment to providing a work-life balance environment. At Greenfield we put importance to art, healthy food, and music – to remind everyone of the beauty of colors and the magic of lights and that a Friday night out, in a perfect place, can bring inspiration to the challenges of every day.”
At Kaleidoscope’s first birthday celebration, we got treated to a “glow in the dark costume” display; an array of art-pieces were exhibited for the taking – indeed, an art gallery in the middle of a party; and everyone partook of the sumptuous meals on food stalls, and drinks too, cool drinks were served and everyone was refreshed.
The LED dancers entertained everyone and the play of lights and colors achieved the promise of relaxation. Guests were reinvigorated and motivated. And oh, of course there were fireworks. The guests could choose from a variety of food offerings—from pasta to pizza, grilled and barbecued meat, rice meals, and tasty desserts. Besides beer, some stalls also offered unique beverages like fruit shakes and fresh juices.
The next time you are at the center of Metro Manila, check out the Kaleidoscope, the place to unwind every weekend.