Third Mahaseel Festival set to kick off at the Katara Cultural Village on December 31

By QLReporter

The Mahaseel Festival, which lets local farmers directly sell their farm produce to people, is making a comeback soon.

The popular festival, aimed at supporting and promoting the agricultural and livestock sectors in Qatar, has been a massive hit in the past.

The third edition of the Mahaseel Festival will kick off at the Katara Cultural Village from December 31, reported Gulf Times.

The market is set to feature Qatari farms selling various types of fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants and local companies offering food products related to livestock, in addition to natural honey and the best varieties of local dates produced by Qatari farms. 
Around 22 local farms, flower nurseries and six national companies for dairies and meat products will be participating in the Festival this year, reported Qatar Tribune.

The Mahaseel Festival will run every day until January 5 and then continue every Thursday to Saturday until March 31, 2019.

It will take place at Katara’s southern area.

The festival will also offer several entertainment and awareness activities for children and adults to enhance their experience.

Will you be visiting the Mahaseel Festival this year?

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