Complimentary Starbucks Food Available at Erin Mills Town Centre for Limited-Time Only
If you typically shop at Erin Mills Town Centre—the long-standing shopping centre that recently underwent a multi-million dollar facelift—you might be happy to know that some complimentary treats are available for a limited-time only.
EMTC recently announced its Spring Garden Party Activation, which will feature spring-themed activities and treats every weekend from April 6-20.
The activation will take place in the centre court.
Visitors who want to join the party can explore the Garden Maze, take photos with festive "Garden Fairies" and help themselves to complimentary tea and treats. courtesy of Starbucks.
"Erin Mills Town Centre is excited to introduce Spring Garden Party, an activation that shoppers can visit to celebrate the new season! Guests are welcome to participate in spring-themed weekend activities, take photos and enjoy complimentary treats. There will even be a Garden Maze the public can freely access", said Francesca Bourre, marketing director for Erin Mills Town Centre, in a statement.
Each weekend, mall visitors will have a chance to take photos with Garden Fairies from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Tea and snacks will be available from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. while quantities last.
Admission to the Spring Garden Party is free.
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