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BIO CITY Christmas market on December 5th, 2023

Do your Christmas shopping and donate to charity at the same time? That works!

On Tuesday the December 5, 2023 from 12 p.m. to 15 p.m, the BIO CITY Community is organizing the Christmas market, which has already become a valued tradition, for a good cause in the foyer of BIO CITY LEIPZIG. Guests are also welcome.

While strolling through the Christmas donation market, you can get in the mood for the Christmas season and buy home-made creative items, jams, liqueurs, cookies and much more from employees of BIO CITY and other facilities in the area at numerous colorful stands.

The proceeds from the Christmas market this year will go to... Association Wolfträne eV donated. The association offers children and young people grief support after the death of a close relative.

Afterwards you will find 15:00 our traditional Advent singing instead, this time with the ChorAlle des choir ZEOK e. v.. Employees and guests are invited to sing along with some of the songs!

Please feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues. We would be very happy if you did too the announcement display in a suitable place.

We are looking forward to your coming!

 


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REVIEW: CHRISTMAS MARKET IN THE BIO CITY FOR THE BENEFITS OF THE WOLFSTRÄNE EV ASSOCIATION

On Tuesday, December 5th, 2023, a Christmas donation market for the benefit of the Wolfsträne eV association took place in the foyer of BIO CITY from 12:00 p.m. to 15:30 p.m.
Employees from various institutions were able to collect the impressive donation proceeds of 2085 euros by selling beautiful and delicious items from their own production (pottery, crocheted items, bags, soaps and candlesticks, liqueurs and cookies, and much more).

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