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VIVAH- BLACK FRIDAY PROMOTION
NOV 22 TILL DEC 30
We will be 60% OFF Storewide with some exceptions (items ending in $.00, polishing cloths, clearance items, PWPs, and packaging).
Pj’s, blankets & books for all children and youth! You can donate here at Carlingwood Shopping Centre.
Toy Mountain has arrived here at Carlingwood. Starting November 27th until December 22nd you can drop off toys by Scholar's Choice near Entrance 4.
Santa Claus has come to town but his arrival was just the beginning of fun activities planned at Carlingwood Mall this holiday season. On Saturday, December 2nd, Carlingwood kicks off a series of free special family-friendly weekend activities leading up to Christmas.
There are a variety of activities taking place every week at the old Bulk Barn location, by entrance 3, next to Armstrong and Richardson. Yoga in Pyjamas begins at 10:30am on December 2nd, and is a fun activity for people of all experience levels. Yoga in Pyjamas runs every Saturday morning from 10:30am to 11:30am until December 16th.
Families are encouraged to stay in their pyjamas and bring a pillow to the Morning PJ Christmas Movie every Sunday morning starting at 10:30am.
The Dr Jazz Band will entertain guests every Sunday afternoon starting December 3rd from 1pm to 3pm.
There are also activities on both Saturday and Sundays including Face Painting for Children from 10am to 2pm and Crafts in Pyjamas from 1pm to 3pm.
Carlingwood is proud to partner with the Pyjama Patrol to provide new warm pyjamas for deserving kids in Ottawa. Many of this season’s activities involve pyjamas: Yoga in Pyjamas, Crafts in Pyjamas and Morning Christmas Movies in Pyjamas. While wearing pyjamas is not required, everyone who attends these special activities wearing their pyjamas can participate in a draw to win a $100 Carlingwood gift card on December 23rd.
These activities are free to participate but a donation of new pyjamas or books to the Pyjama Patrol is welcomed and encouraged. Donations can be dropped off under the large tree in the Carlingwood Food Court until Christmas.