The City Government of Antipolo, under the able leadership of Antipolo City Mayor Jun Ynares, will have a busy start early March with a host of important activities lined up.

The Kadiwa Pop-Up store will be launched 7 AM, Wednesday, March 1 at the Sumulong Park along M.L. Quezon Street near the Antipolo Cathedral.

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wants to bring down the price of basic goods and services which is why he is taking on the agriculture portfolio.

Marcos wants to achieve this is through the Kadiwa Program, in which agricultural products produced by Farmers and Fisherfolk Cooperatives and Associations (FCAs) and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) are brought by the government directly to consumers through strategically located Kadiwa stores.

The Kadiwa event will be followed by a Women’s Forum at 10 AM and a Women’s Fair at 1 PM both at the Ynares Event Center.

Fire Prevention Month starts its month-long celebration with a Kick-Off and a Static Display 8 AM, March 2, Thursday at Sumulong Park.

On March 3 Friday, Dugo Mo, Buhay Ko bloodletting activity will be held 8 AM. This will be followed by Anti-Rabies Vaccination at 8:30 AM, followed by the 64th Public Library Day at 9 AM.

The above events will all be held at Sumulong Park.

The Kasalang Bayan and 7th Wedding Fair will be held 10 AM, March 3, Friday at Robinsons Place Antipolo.

The City Government then brings Serbisyo Caravan 8 AM, Saturday, March 4 to Robinsons Homes Antipolo.

SM Cherry Antipolo will host a Job Fair also at 8 AM, Saturday, March 4. The 7th Wedding Fair continues 10 AM at Robinsons Place Antipolo.

The 7th Wedding Fair concludes 10 AM, Sunday, March 5 at Robinsons Place Antipolo.