BAGUIO CITY –Panagbenga 2013 with the theme, “A Blooming Odyssey” promises to be will be a lot more fun and colorful and full of surprises to delight the expected thousands of expectators.
During the launching of the Panagbenga 2013 or the Baguio Flower Festival which is now on its 18th year on February next year, Mayor Maurico Domogan said bared that month-long celebration will start with an opening parade on February 1, 2013 and the closing ceremonies scheduled on March 3, 2013.
The highlights which are the Grand Street Dancing Parade will be on February 23 and the Grand Float Parade on February 24 featuring indigenous taste and attractive flowers, Domogan said.
Freddie Alquiroz, chairman of the Panagbenga executive committee, emphasized that next year’s participating floats must be composed of 90 percent flowers so that the crowd will be able to really appreciate locally grown flowers.
Alquiroz said pointed out that since it will be election year, politicians are prohibited to be part of the street dancing and float parade and in distributing campaign materials during the event.
Domogan exclaimed that the preparation of the much awaited event yearly is three months ahead so that everything will be in order.
The Baguio Flower Festival is a government-led community supported event in order to attract visitors in the city.
The Panagbenga remains the city’s biggest crowd drawer. (JBZ PIA-CAR)
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