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September 22
September 22 | Jomalig, Quezon, Philippines.          Beach Cleaning on the whole island as per memorandum from Governor of Quezon province Hon. Raffy Nantes.This is a special day for all LGU Employees the Academe, church organization and local organizations. This also in preparation for the forthcoming educational dessimination on the importance of clean environment.The whole island is suitable for beach front resorts and hotels.  Source:Tourism.qzn.ph

September 23
September 23 | Salug, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur  The Dumalundong Festival is an annual event where all tribal leaders gather in the province. The event is highlighted with different tribal rituals led by a tribal priest coming from each tribe.    How to get to Dumalundong Festival Esperanza is best accessible from Butuan City. If coming from outside Mindanao, Butuan can be reached by airplane. Esperanza can then be reached by land travel from Butuan City, which would take around three hours and thirty minutes. Source:Travelmart

September 26
September 26 - 30 | Santa Maria, Laguna  The Kalakal Festival is focused on the development of Santa Maria through pomoting its agricultural industry. The festival promotes economic development by marketing Santa Maria to various agricultural sectors to locals and nearby agricultural municipalities and provinces. Source: Caliraya Lake Festivals

September 26- 30 | General Luna, Surigao del Norte The Siargao International Surfing Cup is the biggest surfing event in the Philippines where local and foreign participants compete for the $20,000 prize money. The event is sponsored by the provincial governent of Surigao del Norte. Another surfing event, the Lanuza Surfing Festival takes place in Surigao del Sur during the month of November. Source:TravelMart.net

September 26
September 26 - October 7 | Tawi-Tawi, Philippines  The festival started in 2002, the event showcases various products made from the marine algae. One of much-awaited portion of the festival is the street dancing, wherein local folks flaunt a collection indigenous clothing made from dried seaweeds. The occasion, which attracts mostly visitors from Europe, is part of the local government’s campaign to promote the seaweed industry. Source: Highbeam.com Mb.com.ph

September 27
September 27-30 | Municipalities of Tigbao, Lapuyan, Lakewood, Dumingag, Mahayag and Aurora, Zamboanga del Sur The Megayon Festival is a thanksgiving celebration of the Subanens of Zamboanga del Sur. The festival showcases native songs, dances, and food.   Source: Travelmart

September 27
September 27 | Lobo, Batangas The festival is a rendezvous of the people of Lobo represented by the barangays that showcase products being produced in their barangays. There is also an Anihan Festival in Narra, Palawan.   Source:TravelMart.net

September 28 | Basey, Samar Basey hosts a street dance pageant that highlights the versatility of grass mats and bamboo.  Source:Province of Samar

September 28
September 28 | Daet  Commemorative of the birth anniversary of hero Wenceslao “Bintao” Q. Vinzons, Sr., native of Vinzons (formerly Indan). Highlights consist of a commemorative mass and program, lecture-forum on the life of the hero, DBC/LYRE competition, parade. Source:TravBuddy.com

September 28
September 28- October 1 | Aborlan  A socio-cultural celebration of the feast of patron St. Therese of the Child Jesus. Source: Palawan Government