Highlights of the 1st San Miguel de Mayumo Festival

San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan celebrated their 1st festival held last September 26, 2018.

palabunutan

palabunutan

Palabunutan ( pick a prize game) This use to be common in almost every street corner in Metro Manila. Most of the items up for grabs are colorful plastic toys, junk foods, coins, stickers or cards. These type of game are sometimes not allowed within a certain distance from schools. Some unscrupulous vendor solicit some form of gambling among the children. They use to cost a peso several years ago. This one cost Php 5.00 for every pick (bunot)- a number correspond to a prize. In this case, coins or bills.

tropical-fishes

fresh water fishes like koi, swordtails, pangasius, gold fishes and mollies for sale

fresh water aquarium fishes also entice children and hobbyists, They are often sold by ambulant vendors.

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food, plants, kakanins, vegetables, fruits are sold at the bazaar

We arrived past 7:00 am at the town’s plaza where Umagang Kay Ganda, a popular early morning show of ABS-CBN channel 2 had a remote broadcast.

fried-squid

Mr. Squid

traditional-games

coconut shell race

Sangkayaw is coconut shell race which is popular traditional race in the Tagalog provinces.

arnis

arnis

Arnis is national sport and martial art of the Philippines

local-band

local band

salangan-vegetable-growers

Salangan Vegetable Growers Association ( SAVEGA)

Assorted Vegetables- Mr. Armando Alvarez

Contact :0916-8907953

lowland-vegetables

different kinds of vegetables

Sir Lebon Ong and the rest of the group bought some vegetables and calamansi at this stall.

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Kim Mig’s chicharon

Address: 1023 San Jose, San Miguel, Bulacan

Contact : 0922-9150912/ 0926-167-9762

mushroom-and-polvoron

Liam’s mushroom chicharon, polvoron , mushroom vinegar and other dishes made from mushroom.

Address: #203, San Agustin, San Miguel, Bulacan

Contact : 0946-9023982

camarillo-farm

Camarillo Farm-Barangay Sibul, San Miguel,Bulacan

Contact Person: Mr. Gino Camarillo (0917-8685806)

Camarillo farm specializes on goat and cattle farm, some of their products includes goat milk soaps and essential oils.

smoked-tinapa-and-fish

smoked tilapia and galunggong

The trade fair and flea market area proudly showcased culinary treats, vegetables, kakainins, ornamental plants, watermelon, achara/atsara, pastillas, chicharon, salted duck eggs, preserve longganisa, tocino, pork, farm, dairy products, local food establishments among other products.

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Saint Micheal of Archangel Church

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local agriculture officer, Honorable Mayor Marivee “Ivy” Mendez-Coronel together with Mr. Ervin Garcia and Ms. Nica Santiago -councilor)

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school children in colorful native costumes

local-usherettes

local female usherette in modern Filipiñana attire

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Vedasto R. Santiago High School -Salacot, San Miguel, Bulacan

local-school-children

school children

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pastillas wrapper

pastillas-wrappers

pastillas paper wrappers with artistic designs ( photo courtesy : Mr. Lebon Ong )

These are pastillas wrappers from Japanese papers, made by these women.

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R.I.C Ms. Cecilia F. Dela Cruz ( in red apron) Photo courtesy of Mr. Lebon Ong

Smoked fish produced by Rural Barangay based product development which includes: Tinapang Tilapia, galunggong and bangus.

Contact Person : Ms. Cecilia F. Dela Cruz ( 0997-9000971)

Barangay Pulong Bayabas, San Miguel, Bulacan

 san-miguel-de-mayumo-group-photo

Mayor Marivee “Ivy” Mendez-Coronel, Hon. Nica Santiago together with bloggers, media and industry practitioners ( photo courtesy of Mr. Ervin Garcia )

The group enjoyed the program and the warm hospitality extended to our group. We are honored to be invited to this momentous occasion.

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