Hundred Islands Festival activities set March 4
THE Hundred islands Festival will kick off on March 4, the first time that Alaminos City will celebrate its exciting annual festivity face-to-face after two years of staging it virtually and hybrid.
Four major events are lined-up, namely, Hundred Islands Festival, City Patronal Fiesta, Talaba Ihaw-Ihaw Festival and 22nd City Charter anniversary celebration.
The Miss Hundred Islands’ pre-pageant night will start this year’s festivities on March 4 and the coronation night will be on the 11th.
Other exciting events to look forward to include “The Voice of Western Pangasinan”, Agri- Trade Expo, Grand Ball, Civic Military and Agri-Float Parade, Fun Run and Shootfest.
A special day for LGBTQIA+, Zumba for a Cause, Bonsai Show and Exhibit, Kiddie Show and Children’s Magical Experience, and nightly celebrations of various sectors in the city will also be held.
Spectators are also expected to enjoy the Light Parade and Street Dancing Competition, District-wide Agri Trade Expo, Pangasinan Bonsai Show and Competition, SMB Street Party and Talaba Ihaw-Ihaw Festival.
Capping the three-week-long celebration will be the 22nd Cityhood Anniversary when Alaminos became a component city on March 28, 2001.
“Join us in honoring our Patron Saint Joseph, and thanksgiving to our Lord Almighty for the bounty of our marine park and all the blessings that have been showered on our city and our citymates. Together, let us celebrate the wealth of Alaminos culture and diversity, our solidarity and resilience as a people and community as well as our humble achievements,” Mayor Arth Bryan Celeste said.
City Administrator and Hundred Islands Festival Executive Chairman, Atty. Walter Macaiba, said all the necessary preparations are being made to ensure the festivities’ resounding success. (Eva Visperas)
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