Lion Dance Mural at Bayview Village

Bayview Village kicked off Lunar New Year in its signature ‘haute’ style this past Saturday, January 25 where they unveiled the completed mural by local artist collective, BlincStudios. The mural showcases the traditional Lion Dance in the beautiful natural scenery of cherry blossoms and mountains.

Until Saturday, February 8, shoppers have the opportunity to check out the mural and enter to win a 6-month flower subscription from Tonic Blooms by posting a photo of the mural on Instagram, following and tagging @bvshops, and using the hashtag #CNYatBV.

In addition to the giveaway, the below initiatives are still underway:
  • A complimentary set of exclusive Bayview Village Pink Pockets are available at the Concierge desk to spread best wishes and good luck for the New Year, while supplies last.
  • A Signature Manicure at Hammam Spa by Céla when customers spend $500 or more within a single day at Bayview Village (limited quantities available until February 8, 2020).

About Bayview Village

Bayview Village Shopping Centre is one of Canada’s top-performing shopping venues. Located at Bayview and Sheppard in Toronto, the lifestyle centre features over 110 luxury tenants including a highly-curated collection of one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants and services making it a mecca for Toronto’s foodies, fashionistas and décoristas.

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