Seatizen’s Festival, An Eco-Friendly ArtFest You Shouldn’t Miss!

Hey guys! Just want to share this upcoming event with you which we are part of! I’ll be selling some things at the Sunday Market (my mats if they arrive on time!) and my husband will be teaching a class on Basic Nature Photography at 2:00 pm for only PHP 200 per participant. Proceeds of the activities will go to the funds of Save Philippine Seas for their projects. If you’d like to buy arts, crafts and eco products, this is the bazaar for you. Meet and greet crafters and eco warriors at the fest! Hope to see you there!:)

For list of activities, follow Save Philippine Seas!

Right now, sure activities will be:

10:00 am – Zumba Class, rate to follow
2:00 pm – Nature Photography Class, PHP 200 per person
4:00 pm – ArtSea Kids Workshop, PHP 400 per child

Save Philippine Seas (SPS) is celebrating its 2nd anniversary on Sunday, September 15, through the Seatizen’s Festival, a fundraiser activity to help support three (3) key efforts in uplifting the state of our seas: the Pawikan Watchers Program, Shark Shelter Project and Pating the documentary.

Green race

Register now and avail of this promo! Whee!!! Run for cause, guys!<3

SPS and Run for Change (Run4change, Inc.) will be putting a new kind of fun in a fun run. The race will be a green raceand strictly implement various eco-friendly practices for minimal waste. Several aspects of the event will be done digitally or using recyclable materials. Runners are required to bring their own water bottles.

The run aims to reach out to 2,000 runners. The registration fee is only P300 for 1k, 3k, 5k, or 10k.

Runners are also encouraged to come in marine-inspired costumes made from recycled materials. Prizes await those with the most creative costumes. Singlets are available for P200.

Registration will be mainly done online to minimize paper wastes. Interested participants may register here.

All race and publicity materials printed on tarps will be donated to the Children’s Environmental Education Awareness Foundation, a non-profit organization that upcycles tarps into bags.

Sunday Market

The Sunday market will showcase up to forty exhibitors and feature creative activities, artwork by local artists, eco-friendly products, retailers, food establishments, and exhibits by NGOs and school organizations. It will also hold the Art Shack, a miniature and affordable art store featuring pieces from local artists and artisans that are designed around the concept of ecological awareness. Photography and art workshops will be held during the day as well.

The green practice extends here as well; all exhibitors will be encouraged to use recyclable or reusable materials for booth décor, product packaging, and other purposes. The Sunday Market will also implement the Quezon City ordinance banning plastic bags.

Rock the Boat concert

Exciting rock bands and performers, including the Itchyworms, Flying Ipis, and Absolute Zero, will be keeping seatizens entertained from 4PM onwards.

To participate in the Seatizen’s Festival and support SPS’ projects, please email SPS at


ABOUT Save Philippine Seas 

SAVE PHILIPPINE SEAS is an independent movement to protect the country’s marine resources by harnessing the power of social media; lobbying for the strict enforcement of environmental laws; and implementing various information, education, and communication projects.

To find out more, visit, follow @SavePHSeas on Twitter, or “Like” Save Philippine Seas on Facebook (

ABOUT Run for Change

RUN4CHANGE INC. is a non-profit organization with the goal to motivate and inspire individuals through running. As an organization, it advocates social change and reform through various programs, activities, and events. Its 3-pronged program includes sports education, sports development, and events.

To find out more, visit, or “Like” Run for Change on Facebook (

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