If you’re looking to declutter your home, you can take your pre-loved goods to the Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort’s charity flea market tomorrow (below). (Book a table for Dh285 with Elena.firstname.lastname@example.org). If you’re interested in shopping rather than selling, pick up clothing, electronics, books, DVDs or toys from 9am-2pm, at the Arzanah ballroom. Funds collected from table hire will go towards supporting the treatment of childhood cancer in the UAE. In Dubai, it’s all about trading old for new (or pre-loved) items at the Fashion Swap Shop at Reform Social & Grill, The Lakes Club tomorrow. From 1-6pm, 30 independent fashion brands, accessory designers, children’s fashion labels, jewellery will showcase their wares in the garden alongside pre-loved fashion items. Visitors get mini manicures and massages, mummy and daughter pampering sessions and face painting. Both markets are free to attend.
The Deerfields Mall in Abu Dhabi is continuing its Marhaba market until February 4, with Candyland-themed activities and prizes for kids, live music, a photo booth, and arts and crafts workshops. Those who spend at least Dh300 at the mall could win a staycation at the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr in Abu Dhabi. You can find the events in Deerfield’s garden.
The Abu Dhabi Pop-Up Festival is setting up a fun market at Eastern Mangroves Promenade tomorrow. There’ll be stalls featuring over 60 UAE brands as well as music, food, and entertainment for children such as bouncy castles and activity corners, from 11am.
There’s a new market in Garhoud, too. The Weekend Family Market at Century Village at the Aviation Club launches today. It will showcase creations by local designers and artists, as well as offer entertainment for kids. The market will run every Friday until April 28 (except during the Dubai Tennis Championships).
New fashion label Les Trésors de Mimi will be retailing at the first Weekend Family Market in Garhoud today.