CULTURE MEETS CONTEMPORARY IN CITY FIESTA’S KICK-OFF PROGRAM

Out of nowhere, 130 youths came running to the different parts of the newly-renovated City Plaza, dancing to the beat of today’s latest hits, to signal the start of the Manaragat Festival Month-long Fiesta Celebration, yesterday, August 2, 2012 at around 6 pm.

The combined performances of students from Samar National School’s Special Program for the Arts (SPA), Samar College’s Rayhak Dance Troupe and the nine groups that will compete in STEP High: the Search for Catbalogan City’s Next Dance Crew, meant to herald the city’s most important cultural event were obviously inspired by the flash mob.

Defined in Wikipedia as “a group of people who assemble suddenly in a place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression”; the flash-mob-inspired dance number was performed at the

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start of the kick-off program, which was meant to set the tone for the month-long fiesta celebration.

Mayor Coefredo “Tekwa” Uy was present along with Vice Mayor Art Gabon and several City and Barangay Officials to witness the launching. Councilor Stephany Uy-Tan gave the message in behalf of Mayor Tekwa who was equally overwhelmed by the large turn-out of crowds that night.The day of kick-off activities started in the morning with a solemn Thanksgiving Mass officiated by Fr. Joe Calderon.

A motorcade participated in by city employees served as a prelude to the brief but eventful launching program. Scheduled cultural presentations from schools namely St. Mary’s Child Development Center (SMCDC), Catbalogan Community School (CCS), and Catbalogan I District and SPED Center followed right after.

The said kick-off program also served to showcase the newly renovated City Plaza, which now boasts of a 15-square meter LED giant

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electronic billboard placed on top of the plaza stage. Being the first of its kind in the entire region, the said electronic billboard was purchased by the City Government to intensify its income generation and information dissemination mechanism. But for now, it served as a window into the city’s sights and colors as well as what people should expect this August as it flashed teasers about future activities in line with the fiesta, giving a vivid image of the month long festival as a spontaneous, dynamic and exciting cultural celebration.

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