Local Philippines Events
July 26 | Molo, Iloilo City   This is the Molo district fiesta in honor of St. Anne.  Source:Corporate.mozcom.com

Last week of July | Las Piñas, Philippines  The local government of Las Piñas City, through the efforts of Congresswoman Cynthia Villar, has come up with a solution that preserves the river’s ecosystem and at the same time provides a viable source of income to the constituents.Hundreds of Las Piñas residents were recently offered livelihood training seminars on basket weaving using water lily stalks.    Source:Las Piñas City Website 

Juky 28 | Roxas, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines The municipality of Roxas serves as the center of trade and commerce in the southern part of Oriental Mindoro because of its bountiful products – palay and fruits like bananas, rambutan, lansones, mangoes, and aquatic harvests, and the different vegetables that abound in its farms. Sipag Festivals is basically a product festival featuring the various produce of the locality. S stands for saging (banana); I for isda (fish); P is for prutas (fruits); PA for palay; and G for gulay (vegetables). The term “sipag” embodies the industriousness and ingenuity of the people for which Roxas is proud of. Source:Philippinefiestas.com

July 29-30 | Bayanihan Park, Clark Special Economic Zone, Pampanga, PhilippinesIt is a two-day event that will showcase the Pampanga's best offerings - from food, furniture, designs and culture - all under one major affair. Manyaman is a Kapampangan word for delicious. Source:Wowphilippines.ca

July 29
July 29 | Pateros City, Philippines.  Pasubo sa Ilog is held during the Feast of Saint Martha. After the mass, a procession for the patron saint takes place. People hand food and various treats to the participants while the procession is going on. A popular delicacy called balut (boiled duck or chicken eggs) is distributed to everyone. Source:Globalpinoy.com

July 30 - 31 l Pandan, Catanduanes, Philippines. The Dinahit Festival celebrates the time when the first migrants arrived in Catanduanes, via "dinahit" sea crafts. The event starts off with various dinahit races (Layag) that is participated by the local fishermen of the town.  Source: FlyPhilippines.com.ph