As people are beginning to get their first doses of the vaccination and as today’s number of new cases in Chiang Mai has dropped to zero, there are some events and activities opening up for those suffering from cabin fever.
24th an 25th May
Night Ground Flea Market at One Square One Nimman – vintage clothes, bags , shoes etc. -– 4pm -9pm – every Monday and Tuesday from May 24th onwards.
Visitors are asked to take all proper precautions.
Trivia Night at Corner Bistro, Ratchaphuek Alley (near Nakornping Condo) from 8.30pm
Chiang Mai Gay Men’s Group has resumed meetings which take place every Saturday morning at 11.30am at Kad Suan Kaew, basement level, in the large open space behind the now-defunct Vanilla Cafe.
Payap University Lifelong Learning presents COVID Cases and Prevention in Chiang Mai, a talk by and discussion with Professor Emeritus Suwat Chariyalertsak, MD, Dean of the Faculty of Public Health, Chiang Mai University. If you are confused by all the recent news, on-line and in print, regarding the Covid situation in Thailand and Chiang Mai, this talk is for you. The presenter is directly involved in public health research, education, planning, and delivery. Dr. Suwat will talk about the 3rd wave Covid spread and prevention efforts in Thailand and Chiang Mai. He will explain how and where to receive the Covid vaccine and what vaccines will be available to Thai and foreigners during June, July and later in the year. He will address all the questions and concerns you may have at the time of the presentation. Payap Lifelong Learning if offering this talk for free as a public service to the community. Wednesday, 2nd June 2021, 9 – 10 a.m. on zoom. Payap Lifelong Learning if offering this talk for free as a public service to the community but you must register in order to receive the link. To register, please go to the website, www.lllpayap.com. For more information, contact our director, Khun Fon, at lllpayap.com.
White Market at One Nimman – every Friday starting June 4th from 3pm until 9pm “White Market” is a market formed by the gathering of Japanese people living in Chiang Mai Province. Which combines Japanese and Lanna cultures together If anyone comes through this way Don’t forget to stop and stop and try Japanese-style food, enjoy art, music, fashion, handmade items, to pottery. https://www.facebook.com/onenimman