8 Great Things Happening In Malta Especially For International Women's Day Tomorrow
Free food, champagne, discounts and special gifts!
International Women's Day is here! To mark tomorrow's special occasion, several places are either giving free shit or hosting special events.
So to help you celebrate the day in style, here's the definitive guide of what's happening tomorrow in Malta.
1. Free Friday pizzas and drinks
The first three women to show this image at Bianco's will be able to redeem a delicious pizza for free. If you're not one of the first three, don't worry; you'll be able to redeem a complimentary drink.
2. A special gift from Spinola's beloved food court
Every lady who eats at one of the Carob Tree's eateries will receive a special free gift.
3. A club night with free canapés, prizes and a special show
Prizes from Hair Charm Malta, GILDA, Perfumes & More Malta, Inglot Malta, Organixbeauty and Belvedere Vodka - Malta will be up for grabs and then from 10:30pm onwards, the club will be open for everyone with the entrance fee of €10 including a drink.
4. A Women's Aperitivo
From 5pm, Charles Grech Bistro in Sliema will be serving ladies free canapés with any drink they order.
5. A Women's Day concert
A young female choir called Vox Dulcis Chorale will be performing an eclectic selection of jazz standards, ethnic songs and light classical music on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
Tickets cost €8.
6. 15% off make-up
For Women's Day, Glow by Diane Nikolic in Mosta are offering 15% discount on all their make-up and skin care stock.
7. Free champagne, gifts and canapés
St. Francis Medical Center in Naxxar are hosting a small party with free champagne and canapés from 5pm.
They also have some gifts for to show our respect for all your dedication, love and support!
8. A talk hosted by The President at San Anton Palace
At one of the last events hosted by President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, you can expect a discussion and debate regarding women's issues such as rights and feminisation of poverty causing social exclusion.