Category Archives: Festivals

Diyandi Festival


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2. Sunday of January – Diyandi Festival (Sto. Niño) – features street dancing participated in by the different barangays and a sakay-sakay.

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Katubigan Festival


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Water is Life…in appreciation to the Almighty for the abundance of this important substance, the Jardin Administration conceived and initiated this Festival to give thanks. (Source)

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Ati-Atihan Festival


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First Week of February

Street dancing culminating at the shoreline followed by Sakay-sakay. All barangays participate in a procession of with respective Patron Saints.

February 2, feast of Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria

The Feast of the Purification of the Virgin is aptly symbolized by an image of the Virgin of Candelaria.
She is also known as Our Lady of the Candles.
In Spanish-speaking countries or former Spanish colonies, the image is called Virgen de Candelaria or Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria.
For Cebuano-speaking Filipinos, she is Birhen sa Candelaria.
So today, many Filipinos are celebrating their city or town fiesta.
Among these are Cabadbaran City of Agusan del Norte, Tagoloan of Misamis Oriental, Jaro City of Iloilo and Silang of Cavite.

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Ostrich Festival

August 29 – September 7

There will be different shows every night thenceforward until fiesta day on September 7 in honor of Our Lady of Consolation.

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Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage

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Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage or Nuestra Señora de la Paz y Buen Viaje in Spanish, is a 17th-century Roman Catholic wooden image of the Blessed Virgin Mary venerated in the Philippines.

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Tagnipan-on Festival

June 17,

A street dancing parade using nipa (palm) as the major decorative items and for costumes.

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