Holidays has been a very emotional time for separated families and along with this year’s unusual Covid-safe holiday’s rules. After a dampener couple of years that stole festivals, celebrations, reunions, and all the related joys of a normal course of life, it’s time to think about the holidays. How do you plan ahead for the holidays? If there’s one thing you can be sure about right now, it’s that holidays will look nothing like it has in the past.
I remembered years ago as I walked through a park in Toronto one morning I noticed a poinsettia ornament hanging from a tree. The next day I noticed that lights had been added to the tree. Over the next several days more ornaments were added.
At the end of that week, an ornament appeared with a note written by the person who hung the original ornament and lights. He explained that he hung the first ornament and lights and then brought his girlfriend and proposed – she said yes. He said how fun it is to see that other people are adding ornaments every day.
This story is one of my favorite memories and is always a joy to tell. I hope this holiday season is full of precious moments that become a favorite memory for you.
For us to share the joy of the holiday gifting season feels like a bright way to end a dark year. Perhaps more than ever, gift- giving is a means of reconnecting with your dear ones.
We’ve seen a change in the openness in those around us. The story of the ornaments is an example of that openness to celebrate the holidays. We want to foster these relationships with old friends and the new ones to come to give the quieter holidays the opportunity to be heard and heartfelt.
Come and celebrate your holiday at The Local Market - Weekend series at Komunal88 for your holiday goods. There is no better way to invest in your community than to shop local. We will be providing the opportunity to shop online or call for curbside pickup. The money you spend locally will help sustain local businesses through the challenging times the pandemic has created.
All market staff are dedicated to adhering to health and safety standards, and providing safe and reliable access to nutritious foods necessary to a healthy community.
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The Local Markets has always been about a community hub for fresh, healthy, locally made artisan products. It is always beaming with laughter as you do your shopping directly form the sellers while surrounded by friendly faces, you might see your friend or neighbor shipping and be reminded the local market can build community.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we think about local food and buying local products, reshaping how the market will operate.
Jl. Ampera Raya No.5-6, Pejaten Barat Kec. Ps. Minggu Jakarta
Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12510
DATE & HOURS
Saturday, November 27th to Sunday, November 28th
8 AM - 5 PM
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ABSENTEE/LATE ARRIVAL/ EARLY DEPARTURE POLICY:
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