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August 19| Angono, Rizal, Philippines. Anniversary of Independence, the residents of Angono led by the Municipal Tourism Office, prepare a weeklong celebration characterized by trade fairs, art exhibits, symphonic band concerts, cultural presentations, etc. Flower offering to the statue of President Quezon is being observed, as it is also his birthday.  Source:VisitMyPhilippines.com

August 19
August 19 | Sibonga  The Bonga Festival is a thanksgiving celebration dedicated to Siboga's holy patrons, Santa Filomena and Our Lady of Pilar. The festival gives also celebrates the abundance of fruits in the town. The term bonga, to which the festival is named after, is a local term for fruit or a "bearing of fruits". Source:Cebu Province Official Website 

August 19
August 19 | Abuyog, Leyte  Buyogan focuses on the bee locally known as "buyog" from which the town's name originated.  Source:Hoparound.net

August 20
3rd week of August | Davao City Kadayawan is derived from the word "dayaw" that means good, valuable, superior or beautiful. Such is "Kadayawan," a celebration of life, culture, and the bounties of harvest.  Kadayawan is the mother of many other fesivals in the region as members of various tribes visit the city and celebrate on the streets of the city center.  The Kadayawan Festival started in 1986 as a government-initiated program called “Unlad Proyekto Davao.” Its purpose was to unite the Davaoeños and lift their spirits up after the chaotic martial law years, and to prove to others that the city was peaceful and  a good  place to invest in business.  It was originally called “Apo Duwaling,”a name derived from Davao's famous landmarks, produce, and other interesting things such as  Mt. Apo, the country's highest peak; durian, the king of fruits; and waling-waling the queen of orchids and the majestic Philippine eagle, the national bird. The festival was later renamed Kadayawan sa Dabaw in 1988 by Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.Source:PhilippineCountry  

August 21
August 21-28 | Jordan, Guimaras  A festivity in support of the National Coconut Week Celebration which recognizes the efforts of the coconut farmers and other stakeholders of the province. Source:TravelMart.net

August 22
August 22 | Digos City, Davao del Sur The feast of Mary Mediatrix in Digos City is one of church in Poblacion was celebrated during the 22nd of August and this church is the more popular of the two in the city. Source:wikipedia   

23 August | Quezon City, Philippines Another historical event celebrated yearly with a civic parade followed by a flag-raising and a wreath-laying ceremony.  Source:VisitMyPhilippines.com  

August 25-30 | Pasacao, Camarines Sur, Philippines The festival showcases the Pasacao's rich cultural heritage forever reminding its people of the significant contribution to the socio-economic development of the province of Camarines Sur and the region in general. Source:Province of Camarines Sur 

August 5 | Cordova  During this festival in Cebu, the Cebuano town of Cordova honors its livelihood: fishing. This Cebu fiesta takes its name from the Filipino word for sea – 'dagat' – and celebrates the bounties of the sea, as well as this Cebu fishing town's heritage and history. Traditional rituals and dances take place during this festival in Cebu, many showcasing the folk tales, legends, myths, and history of the town. Source:AsiaTravel.com 

August 26
August 26 - September 8 | Daraga, Albay, Philippines.  A historical and religious celebration in honor of the town’s patron saint, Our Lady of the Gate. It aims to showcase tha cultural life of Daragueños. Various colorful activities are lined up for this celebration.  Source:ExperiencePhilippines.ph