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A night of heritage in celebration of the Philippine National Heritage Month and International Museum Day in partnership with

National Commission for Culture and the Arts


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Casa Gorordo Museum Lopez Jaena St., Tinago, Cebu City

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Cathedral Museum of Cebu Mabini cor. Urdaneta Sts., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City

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Cebu City Museum Osmeña Blvd., Capitol Site, Cebu City

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Cebu Cultural Center Gorordo Ave., Lahug, Cebu City

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Cebu City Hall M. C. Briones St., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City

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Don Sergio Osmeña Memorabilia and CAP Art Gallery Osmeña Ave., Sambag II, Cebu City

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Fo Guang Shan Chu Un Temple V. Rama Ave., Calamba, Cebu City

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Fort San Pedro San Roque, Cebu City

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Iglesia Filipina Independiente Cathedral of the Holy Child Jesus Mabini St., Tinago, Cebu City

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JRG Halad Museum D. Jakosalem cor. V. Gullas Sts., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City

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Museo Parian sa Sugbo Zulueta St., Tinago, Cebu City

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Museo Sugbo M.J. Cuenco, Tejero, Cebu City

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Plaza Indepedencia San Roque, Cebu City

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Sacred Heart Parish Church – Alternative Contemporary Art Studio D. Jakosalem St, Cogon Central Ramos, Cebu City

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San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish Church Tupas St., San Nicolas, Cebu City

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San Pedro Calungsod Chapel Cebu South Road Properties, Cebu City

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Sugbu Chinese Heritage Museum MC Briones St., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City

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United Church of Christ in the Philippines – Bradford Memorial Chapel Osmeña Blvd., Sta. Cruz, Cebu City

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University of Southern Philippines – Rizaliana Museum Mabini St., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City

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University of the Philippines Cebu Gorordo Ave., Lahug, Cebu City

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Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House Mabini cor. Lopez Jaena Sts., Tinago, Cebu City

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Lapu-Lapu City a. Mactan Shrine b. Muelle Osmeña c. Nuestra Snra. Virgen de la Regla Parish Church d. Plaza Poblacion

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Mandaue City a. Mandaue City Presidencia b. Plaza Complex c. National Shrine of St. Joseph Parish d. Bantayan sa Hari

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Talisay City a. National Historic Shrine Liberation Monument b. Museo de Talisay c. Sta. Teresa de Avila Parish Church

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These are structures and places significant to Cebu found along the Gabii sa Kabilin routes. These are samples of Cebu’s numerous heritage sites. Basilica Minore del Santo Niño BPI Magallanes Building Calamba Cemetery Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral Cebu Normal University Cebu Provincial Capitol Building Colegio del Sto. Niño Colon Bridge / Puente de la Revolucion Colon Street and Obelisk Estero de Parian Forbes Bridge Fuente Osmeña Happy Emporium Building Heritage of Cebu Monument Limbonfing y Hermanos Warehouse

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Magellan’s Cross Malacañang sa Sugbo / Aduana Building Oriente Theater Plaza Hamabar Port Warehouses Senior Citizen’s Park Shamrock Hotel / Compania Maritima Sikatuna Bridge Smith Bell and Co. Building Tres de Abril Street and Monument University of San Carlos University of the Visayas VECO Building Vision Theater Zulueta Bridge


About the event Gabii sa Kabilin (GSK) or Night of Heritage is a special annual event, where people visit museums and heritage sites in one night. From 6 pm to midnight, guests enjoy cultural shows, exhibits, children’s activities, contests, food fairs and other activities. To get to the participating sites, guests walk or ride buses and tartanillas (horse-drawn carriages). GSK is an adaptation of Germany’s Lange Nacht der Museen or Long Night of the Museums, which has become an anticipated event in more than 120 cities in Europe and South America. Cebu launched the first Gabii sa Kabilin in 2007 and has remained the only metropolis in the Asia-Pacific region to hold such an event. Gabii sa Kabilin is held every last Friday of May to celebrate the Philippines’ National Heritage Month and International Museum Day, which falls on May 18. From three museums in its first run, Gabii sa Kabilin has expanded to 33 participating museums and heritage sites and 30 featured sites this year. In 2012 the Cebu City Council, through an ordinance, designated every last Friday of May as Gabii sa Kabilin. The event is initiated by the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (RAFI) Culture & Heritage Unit. It is made possible through the cooperation of participating museums and heritage sites, government agencies, local communities and private organizations. This year Gabii sa Kabilin will take place on May 31, 2013.

Tour Mechanics Guests use the Gabii sa Kabilin ticket to gain admission to sites listed in this guide that they select to visit during the event. They may go to as many sites as they want. They can also use it to get free unlimited rides in Gabii sa Kabilin buses and tartanillas (horsedrawn carriages). The ticket is worth P150. It is only valid for use on May 31, 2013 from 6pm to 12 mn. Children age seven and under, accompanied by adults, get free admission and rides. The City Walk segment of the event covers participating and featured sites in Cebu City’s downtown district. Shuttle buses connect the downtown district to museums and heritage sites in other areas. Programs and activities of museums and their schedules are subject to change without prior notice. For museums with limited capacities due to space and safety restrictions, admission of guests will be regulated. Museums and heritage sites are responsible for the descriptions and programs listed in this guide.

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MESSAGE Outside the four walls of the classroom and beyond the pages of history books, museums tell best the story of our nation, our world, and perhaps the entire humanity. As repositories of objects with cultural, religious, scientific, and historical importance, they have the ability to impart cultural education effectively and play an important role in the development of society. Likewise, our historico-cultural resources serve as attraction to tourists, who in turn provide economic returns and leverage for safeguarding such invaluable assets. For the past years, the Department of Tourism has been working closely with the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc., (RAFI), together with the growing list of participating museums and art galleries in Cebu City, for the Gabii sa Kabilin program which intends to jumpstart local interest in art and culture. The challenge for all of us is to turn our historical and cultural museums and structures into exciting destinations of the 21st century—a place where scholars, writers, teachers, artists, students and people from all walks of life converge for continued search for knowledge. Our vision is a Filipino nation united and empowered by a deep sense of pride in its own identity and cultural heritage. My warmest felicitations to the people behind this initiative. Thank you for helping us keep the rich culture and heritage of our nation alive. Mabuhay!


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CASA GORORDO MUSEUM CITY WALK / LINES 2, 3 & 5 Lopez Jaena St., Tinago, Cebu City Contact number: 418-7234 loc. 703 The Casa Gorordo Museum is a historic house museum showcasing 19th century Cebuano–Filipino lifestyle. Built in the 1850s, four generations of the Gorordo family lived here, including Juan Bautista Gorordo, the first Filipino bishop of the Diocese of Cebu. The museum is managed by the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.–Culture & Heritage Unit.

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6 - 8 pm

Choral and Chamber Music by Sistemang Pilipino

7: 30 - 10 pm Black Theater performance of Visayan songs at the garage 8 - 8:30 pm

Sugbuanong balak performance

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Song performance by Izarzuri Vidal

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Balitaw performance

10 - midnight Sugbuanong balak and Visayan Song performances Food fair Gorordo household dishes and Cebuano food at CGM cafe

Dinner by Marco Polo Plaza Hotel at downtown prices ExhibiT

Interactive exhibit on textiles from Cebu, Ilo-ilo and Mindoro


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CATHEDRAL MUSEUM OF CEBU CITY WALK / LINES 1 & 3 Mabini cor. Urdaneta Sts., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City Contact number: 412-3455 The Cathedral Museum of Cebu is an ecclesiastical museum featuring relics from various parishes of the Archdiocese of Cebu. A gallery is dedicated to the former Archbishop of Cebu, Ricardo Cardinal Vidal. The structure was once a convent and a school.

Program 7:30 pm Opening of Taoid 2013 by the NCCA at Plaza Hamabar 8 - 10 pm Sinug dance peformance by Turang Dance Troupe in Mabini Street Exhibit Road to Glorification: A Photo Exhibit during the Canonization of San Pedro Calungsod and the National Thanksgiving Ceremony “Taoid: Weaving our stories, Threading our paths” at Plaza Hamabar

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CEBU CITY MUSEUM LINES 2 & 4 Osmeña Blvd., Capitol Site, Cebu City Contact number: 255-4997 Managed by the Cultural and Historical Affairs Commission of the Cebu City Government, the museum is located at the historic Rizal Memorial Library and Museum Building. The Cebu City Museum features works of known and upand-coming visual artists in Cebu.

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Video showing of short documentaries

Dance performances by Knapsak Dancers and Cebu City Children Performing Arts 8 – 10 pm Miss Cebu 2013 Mini Fashion Show featuring Cebu Fashion Inc.

Performances by Tambolero sa Sugbo & Cebu City Children Performing Arts

Food fair Features Asian cuisine Exhibits Vintage Car Cebu City Tourism Commission Projects Exhibit CHAC Activities Exhibit History of Cebu City Exhibit Old Postcards from the collection of Lucy Urgello Sinulog Photo exhibit winners at Sinulog Hall Sinulog Festival Queen Costume winners exhibit by Kenneth Ylamas at Sinulog Hall

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CEBU CULTURAL CENTER

Exhibit Artworks by UP Fine Arts students

LINE 4 Gorordo Ave., Lahug, Cebu City Cebu Cultural Center (CCC), once known as Cebu Performing Arts Center (CEPAC), is built to be the premier cultural center of the Province of Cebu. CCC will support, showcase, develop and pursue the cultural and artistic development of Cebuanos through the preservation, promotion and enrichment of Cebu’s arts and culture. It is a new iconic site for cultural activities in Cebu.

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CEBU CITY HALL CITY WALK / LINES 1 & 6 MC Briones St., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City Contact number: 412-0000 The Cebu City Hall is the seat of the Cebu City Government. The post-war City Hall building stands on what used to be the beach fronting the historic Magellan’s Cross.

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exhibit 52 framed photos of old Cebu, Leyte, Negros, Iloilo, Palawan, and Zamboanga from the Netzorg Filipiniana Collection of the Ortigas Foundation, Inc. at the Cebu City Hall Social Hall


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DON SERGIO OSMEÑA SR. MEMORABILIA & CAP ART GALLERY LINE 2

Program Guided tour to the personal items of Don Sergio Osmeña Exhibit Personal effects of Don Sergio Osmeña

Osmeña Blvd., Sambag II, Cebu City Contact number: 416-4932 The museum and art gallery are housed in the ancestral home of the only Cebuano president of the Philippines, Don Sergio Osmeña, Sr. His personal belongings are on display here as well as the art collection of the College Assurance Plan.

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FO GUANG SHAN CHU UN TEMPLE LINES 1 & 4 V. Rama St., Calamba, Cebu City Contact number: 253-8144

Program: Main Shrine Bathing of the Buddha Cebu Choral Performances Souvenir Selling Buddhist Etiquette and Chinese culture Lumbini Garden Selling of Chinese delicacies Chinese arts and crafts Di Zhang Shrine Chinese Calligraphy Art work display

The Chu Un Buddhist Temple is one of the branches of the worldwide Sangha of Fo Guang Shan based in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Chu Un in Cebu City has been providing Dharma services and educational and cultural activities to Filipinos for more than 20 years.

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Cultural Presentation: Visayan

Songs by Marian Devotee Choir

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Cultural Presentation: Folk Dances by USC Dance Troupe

9:30 pm

Sinulog Idol 2012: Ms. Rona Lofranco

San Roque, Cebu City Contact number: 416-7080

10:30 pm

Visayan songs by Ms. Nimfa Dakay

Constructed under the orders of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in 1565, Fort San Pedro is the oldest and smallest triangular-shaped forts in the Philippines. Originally of wood, its structure was converted to coral stone in the 1700s. Today, the fort is managed by the Cebu City Government.

Photos of Old Cebu Exhibit

FORT SAN PEDRO CITY WALK/ LINES 1, 2, 3 & 6

Exhibit Stamps and History Exhibit Audio-visual presentation 6 pm

Cebu City: ASEAN City of Culture

8 pm

Cebu Where Currents Meet

10 pm

Pasiyo sa Kabilin

11 pm Gabii sa Kabilin

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IGLESIA FILIPINA INDEPENDIENTE CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY CHILD CITY WALK / LINE 3 Mabini St., Tinago, Cebu City Contact number: 413-1502 The IFI Cathedral of the Holy Child was built in 1904 during the American Period. Donors for its constructions included the prominent statesman Don Vicente Sotto. Inside the church is a gallery of religious items like antique images and relics, and old documents.

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Program Cultural Presentation and Live Band ExhibitS History of IFI Church in Cebu Old icons, old canonical documents and liturgical vessels


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JRG HALAD MUSEUM CITY WALK / LINES 1,2 & 3 D. Jakosalem cor V. Gullas Sts., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City Contact number: 268-2579 The JRG Halad Museum pays homage to the musical heritage of Cebu. It showcases works of Cebuano and Visayan musical legends of the 20th century like Ben Zubiri, Vicente Rubi, Domingo Lopez, and Pilita Corrales. The museum is founded by Jose R. Gullas, executive vice-president of University of the Visayas

Program 7pm, 8:30 pm and 10 pm Performance of classic Cebuano songs and traditional dances by the University of the Visayas (UV) Chorale and UV Dance Troupe Exhibit PISTAYM Photo Exhibit – A collection of American-era Cebu City photos from the Uytingchua family, sponsored by HAMBIN, Cebu City Downtown Revitalization Project and Smart Communications, Inc.

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MUSEO PARIAN SA SUGBO CITY WALK / LINE 5 Zulueta St, Tinago, Cebu City Contact number: 255-5408 The Museo Parian sa Sugbo showcases the history and culture of the Parian District of Cebu, which was the economic heart of Cebu City for most of the Spanish Period. Built in 1730, the museum is the former residence of Jesuits who did missionary work in the Diocese of Cebu.

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Program 6 pm to midnight – Cultural presentations, including harana and folk dances


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MUSEO SUGBO LINES 2, 3 & 5 MJ Cuenco Ave., Tejero, Cebu City Contact number: 239-5626 Housed in the 1870 Carcel de Cebu, Museo Sugbo is the largest museum in the Province of Cebu. It houses 14 galleries that trace Cebu’s history from the pre-colonial up to the Japanese periods. Also found here are the regional branches of the National Museum of the Philippines and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.

Program Cultural presentations of different towns of Cebu Province and dance performances by the University of Cebu Dance Troupe ExhibitS 14 exhibits in 14 galleries

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PLAZA INDEPENDENCIA CITY WALK / LINES 1, 2, 3 & 6 Contact number: 256-2170 Formerly known as Plaza de Armas, the open space that complemented Fort San Pedro, the Plaza, over time, has become a public space with its own cultural and historic significance. Recently revitalized, Plaza Independencia remains to be an important center in Cebu City’s social life.

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Program 6pm to 9pm

Musical performance by CentCom Band

9 pm to 12 mn

Musical performance by For the Lord Choir


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Program 6:30 - 6:45 pm

Heritage Trivia Night

Sinulog Dance by Mabolo Elementary School

PLAZA PARIAN– Aboitizland HANDURAWAN SA KARAANG SUGBO CITY WALK & LINE 5 Mabini St., Parian, Cebu City Contact number: 416-1600 Aboitizland will once again transform Plaza Parian into a vibrant node of heritage and entertainment. Their trivia contest, cultural performances, food fair; and outdoor exhibit are favorite attractions for local and international guests during the event.

7:00– 7:15 pm

Heritage Trivia Night

Poetry Reading of Mabolo Elementary School Awarding of “Kabag-uhan: Now and Then” photo contest 7:30 – 7:45 pm Heritage Trivia Night 8 pm

University of Cebu Chorale

Food fair Relish the best of local cuisine made by Aboitizland’s partner communities Exhibit “Kabag-uhan: Now and Then” Photo Exhibit Showcases photographs of Cebu’s historic landscape from the collection of AboitizLand’s CEO, Andoni Aboitiz, which are put side by side with winning images of “Kabag-uhan: Now and Then” Photo Contest (Year 3).

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SACRED HEART PARISH CHURCH – ALTERNATIVE CONTEMPORARY ART STUDIO (ACAS) LINE 3 D. Jakosalem St., Cogon Central Ramos, Cebu City Contact number: 253-6479 Originally dedicated to Our Lady Queen of China, Sacred Heart Parish - Jesuit was founded in 1952 for the Chinese community in Cebu. The parish has its own Alternative Contemporary Arts Studio, which exhibits works of Cebuano contemporary visual artists.

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Program Art Fair at the Parish Social Hall Exhibits Art works by Joey Cobcobo, Leeroy New Street Pop Art by the Junks Collective


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SAN NICOLAS DE TOLENTINO PARISH CHURCH LINE 1 Tupas St., San Nicolas, Cebu City Contact number: 261-0849 The 1584 San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish is one of the oldest in the Philippines. It was a vibrant town during the Spanish Period, the spawning ground for the Revolution against Spain in 1898, and the birthplace of Cebuano musical legends of the 20th century.

Program 6 - 12 pm Performance of compositions by San Nicolasnon music legends

Arnis demonstration by Doce Pares

Food fair Native seafood dishes San Nicolas’ Pasil area is famous for. Exhibits Santo Niùo Teniente de la Guardia Retablo mosaic by Fidel Araneta History of San Nicolas

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SAN PEDRO CALUNGSOD CHAPEL

Program Guided tour inside the chapel Audio-visual presentation Architecture and construction of chapel

LINE 6 SM Seaside Complex, South Road Properties, Cebu City It is a recently built chapel in honor of the first Visayan saint, San Pedro Calungsod, that has become one of Metro Cebu’s newest cultural attractions. Its strikingly contemporary architecture is a testament to Cebuanos’ deeply-rooted religiosity in a fast-changing world.

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SUGBU CHINESE HERITAGE MUSEUM

Program Ceremonial Signing of future museum plans at Sugbu Chinese Heritage Museum

CITY WALK / LINES 1 & 6 MC Briones St., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City The Sugbu Chinese Heritage Museum is a soon-to-open museum of Chinese-Cebuano heritage that will be housed in the 1914 Gotiaoco Building, a monumental reminder of the city’s old financial district.

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UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST IN THE PHILIPPINES–BRADFORD MEMORIAL CHAPEL LINE 2 Osmeña Blvd., Sta. Cruz, Cebu City Contact number: 255-1265 It is the oldest Presbyterian church in Cebu celebrating its first 100 years. Its establishment marked an important milestone in the religious history of the province. Currently the only protestant church in Cebu designated by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines as a National Historical Landmark.

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Program 5:00 pm Opening Program of Gabii sa Kabilin Exhibit History of UCCP in Cebu


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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION– RIZALIANA MUSEUM CITY WALK / LINES 1 & 3

Program 6 - 11 pm Folk songs and dances

Cooking demo and kitchen musical: Ang Kinaham nga Kalan-on ni Pepe

Mabini St., Señor Sto. Niño, Cebu City Contact number: 414-8773 local 214 USPF - Rizaliana Museum’s collection of Rizal memorabilia is the largest outside of Manila. It includes many of the Filipino hero’s articles of clothing, including undershirts, winter coats and breeches, as well as letters to his colleagues and friends, and sketches of his sisters.

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UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES - CEBU LINE 4 Gorordo Ave., Lahug, Cebu City Contact number: 233-4708 Established on May 3, 1918, UP-Cebu’s first campus was located in Warwick Barracks (Ermita), then moved to Colon corner Jakosalem Sts., then to Fort San Pedro. The provincial government donated the site of the present campus in Lahug. It was inaugurated in 1929. During World War II, the administration building was used as a stockade by the Japanese army.

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Program 7:15 - 8:30 pm

Opening and viewing of exhibit at the UP Grounds and Cebu Cultural Center

9:30 - 12 pm

Video of choral performances by UP Madrigals, Up Singing Ambassadors and UP Concert Chorus

Exhibit UP in History of Cebu and the Nation at UP Grounds


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YAP-SANDIEGO ANCESTRAL HOUSE

Program 6 – 11 pm Dance performances by the Sandiego Dance Troupe

CITY WALK / LINE 5 Mabini cor. Lopez Jaena Sts., Tinago, Cebu City Contact number: 414-3002 The Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House is a house museum in the Old Parian District featuring the lifestyle of 18th and 19th century Cebu.

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Mactan Shrine

Nuestra Señora Virgen de la Regla Parish Church

Muelle Osmeña

Poblacion Plaza

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LAPU-LAPU CITY LINE 5 c/o Lapu-Lapu City Tourism office Contact number: 341-1644 Once named Opon, Lapu-Lapu is named after the native chieftain who successfully resisted a Spanish incursion into Mactan led by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. The city’s old district retains many features of the Spanishera poblacion.

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6:00 pm

Opening programs at the Poblacion and Mactan Shrine

7 – 12 pm

Old Opon Walk at the Poblacion

Kadaugan sa Mactan video showing at Mactan Shrine

DepEd Talents’ presentation at Mactan Shrine Food fair

At the Poblacion by Olango My Getaway (OMG) and Mactan by women’s organization

ExhibitS Exhibits of furniture, guitars and hotels


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MANDAUE CITY LINE 5 c/o Mandaue City Tourism office Contact number: 343-9091 While today known for its industrial character, Mandaue City has retained reminders of its past from the Spanish and American Periods. Its historic plaza complex at the Centro provides a backdrop for heritage activities.

Mandaue City Presidencia

Bantayan sa Hari

6 – 12 pm Cultural peroformances by Mandaue City School for the Arts and Tabok National High School every 30 minutes

Rondalla music concert at the Rizal – Bonifacio Memorial Stage and Library

Cooking Demonstration of Mandaue delicacies

Panagtagbo Festival Street Dancing

E-Cars will be available at the City Plaza to transport GSK guests to and from the Bantayan sa Hari and Garbo sa Mandaue Pasalubong Center. Exhibits Political History of Mandaue Photo Exhibit and AVP Señor de Cena - life-size tableau of the Jesus and the 12 Apostles at the Saint Joseph Church

National Shrine of St. Joseph Parish

Plaza Complex

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National Historic Shrine Liberation Monument

Museo de Talisay

Sta. Teresa de Avila Parish Church

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TALISAY CITY

6:00 pm-12:00 mn.

Uway-weaving demonstration

Musical performance by the Talisay City Rondalla

c/o Museo de Talisay Contact number: 406-4534

Food fair

Features Talisay’s delicacies

Away from the bustle of it’s commercial district, Talisay’s historic sites are tucked away comfortably in its old center. Here one can still encounter remnants of the city’s history from the Spanish Period up to World War II.

Century-old bell retrieved from Lagundi Reef in Poblacion, Talisay City

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Program

Exhibits

Exhibit of furniture made of uway (rattan)


Featured Sites

Basilica Minore del Santo Ni単o

Calamba Cemetery Colegio del Sto. Ni単o

BPI Magallanes Building Cebu Provincial Capitol Building

Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral

Colon Street and Obelisk Cebu Normal University

Estero de Parian

Colon Bridge / Puente de la Revolucion

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Fuente Osmeña

Forbes Bridge

Heritage of Cebu Monument Happy Emporium Building

Limbonfing y Hermanos warehouse Oriente Theater

Port Warehouses

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Malacañang sa Sugbo / Aduana Building

Magellan’s Cross

Plaza Hamabar


Shamrock Hotel/ Compania Maritima

Senior Citizen’s Park

University of San Carlos Sikatuna Bridge

VECO Building University of the Visayas

Smith Bell and Co. Building

Vision Theater

Tres de Abril Street and Monument

Zulueta Bridge

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Casa Gorordo Museum Tableya making, photo wall Cebu City Museum Storytelling at the library

Children’s Activities

Fo Guang Shan Chu Un Temple Calligraphy class at Di Zhang House Iglesia Filipina IndependienteCathedral of the Holy Child Poster-making

Plaza Independencia Traditional Filipino games with San Roque children Talisay City Halad-Inasal dance lesson Sacred Heart ACAS Print-making Lapu-Lapu City Read along activity

RAFI Native Trees Booth The RAFI Native Trees Booth will showcase a variety of indigenous and endemic trees. GSK guests can learn more about the value of these trees to our ecosystem and how they support the local landscape. Visit the booth inside the Casa Gorordo Museum compound and join our contest to get a chance to bring home your own indigenous or endemic tree seedling.

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in partnership with:

major sponsors:

other sponsors:

partner barangays: San Roque Se単or Sto. Ni単o Tinago Parian Tejero T. Padilla Zapatera Cogon Central Ramos Day-as Kamagayan Lorega San Miguel Sambag II Sta. Cruz Mabolo Kamputhaw Lahug Apas Pahina Central Ermita Hipodromo San Nicolas

media partners: The Freeman

Sun.Star Cebu

Cebu Daily News



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