Women’s Day is tomorrow and there’s some awesome stuff going on around the island to celebrate. Some events and offers are women-exclusive, but others are fun for the whole family!
Here’s a look at what you can do to join the female fun.
1. Women for Change – solidarity march
Perhaps the biggest thing going on in celebration of Women’s Day on the island is the Women for Change march, taking place on Saturday afternoon. The Women`s Rights Foundation is working with other local organisations to organise the march in Valletta. The event aims to create awareness about women`s rights and celebrate women in their diversity.
2. Ta’ Bistra Catacombs – ticket freebies
Women visiting Heritage Malta museums and sites this Wednesday will get a freebie to the Ta’ Bistra Catacombs in Rabat. It’ll be valid until the end of March. So that means you can celebrate from now till the ned of the month.
3. Corinthia Apollo Day Spa – discounted prices
The Apollo Day Spa at the Corinthia Hotel St. George’s Bay are offering a 50% off all brochure treatments to women to celebrate their day. Time to spoil yourselves wethinks.
4. The Women In Me – charity event
If you’re looking for a charitable way to spend Women’s Day, join the The Women in Me event at Le Meridien. Tonnes of speakers from different sectors, and ticket proceeds go towards the Richmond Foundation.
5. National Council for Women – roundtable discussion
The National Council of Women are holding a roundtable discussion, tomorrow at the Chamber of Commerce in Valletta from 16.00hrs to 18.00hrs. The discussion will be on Gender Equality as a basic human right. No better day to fight for it than Women’s Day.
6. Hospice Malta – brunch
Hospice Malta will be holding a brunch at Villa Arrigo between 10.00am and 1.00 pm – women and men are welcome. Guest speaker Lara Tonna B.Ed.M.A.Youth & Com Studies will be delivering a talk on Women’s Rights. Aside from some tasty bites, a Vichy goodie bag will be given to all the ladies present. Only €15 a ticket!
7. When the Choice is Not Yours – Euthanasia Discussion
TedXUniversityofMalta and Lovin Malta will be hosting a discussion entitled, When The Choice Is Not Yours. The main speaker will be euthanasia campaigner Sam Debattista who has already written about her personal experience for Lovin Malta. This is also going on tomorrow at Camarata, which is located at the bottom of Merchant Street in Valletta. Only 30 places are available. Tickets can be bought online for €7 and will cover a drink and some nibbles courtesy of Camarata.