TALAKAG - the etymology of which came from the Bisayan dialect LAKAG meaning "to go after” or
“follow in pursuit” and the prefix TA denoting “fondness in doing such”.
In other words, Talakag means “fondness in giving pursuit”.

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Welcome to the Linggo Ng Talakag 2010

The Municipality of Talakag will be celebrating its Linggo Ng Talakag 2010 starting tomorrow March 17 until March 23. Please see the Schedule below for the activities slated for Talakag’s week-long entertainment and promotion of its rich culture and traditions.

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March 17 (Wednesday)
Pamuhat
Mass
Parade
- Street Dancers
- Schools with Bands
- Gov’t Agencies
- Barangays
- Organisations
- Private Companies

Opening Program
Opening of Agro Fair
Night Café

March 18 (Thursday)
Battle of the Bands
Night Café

March 19 (Friday)
Night Café

March 20 (Saturday)
Sports
Talent Night
Night Café

March 21 (Sunday)
Boxing
Cultural Night
Night Café

March 22 (Monday)
Marathon
Miss Talakag 2010 Pageant Night
Night Café

March 23 (Tuesday)
Awarding of Prizes for Sports, Agro Fair Booths, etc.
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Here are some photos of the Agro Fair Booths being built. It should be interesting to see what they would look like tomorrow. I am also curious about what agricultural produce will be on display, given that it hasn’t rained here for almost two months.




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