Camalig’s Pinangat Festival to resume in June


Camalig Mayor Caloy Baldo announced that the Pinangat Festival will have a comeback this June after more than a three-year halt due to the pandemic.

The Municipal Tourism & Cultural Heritage Office (MTCHO) is now gearing up for the annual event that highlights the town’s rich heritage, culture, and arts.

The Pinangat is scheduled to run from June 10-24, 2023.

This year’s festivities will feature localized events such as Pinangat-Making Race, Longest Line of Pinangat Eating, Mutya ng Camalig, and installation of important cultural property (ICP) markers to St. John the Baptist Parish, historical talks.

The “Camalig Kulinarya” Trade and Travel Fair, battle of the bands, enduro cross competition, fun bike and MTB race, parades and processions, funshoot will also be held.

The local government will also conduct sectoral activities including senior citizen’s night, SK night, and barangay night to further highlight LGU-Camalig’s inclusive approach in community participation.

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