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  • Catanauan Boling Boling Festival 2012

    The Amazing Boling Boling Festival 2012 in Catanauan Quezon.

  • Catanauan Boling Boling Fest 2014 DINHS

    The Doongan Ilaya National High School in Catanauan, performed in Boling Boling Festival.

  • Catanauan Quezon Boling Boling Festival

    Ang Boling Boling Festival sa Catanauan Quezon, isang Tradisyon na sumisimbolo sa paglilinis upang maihanda sa pagdiriwang ng mahal na araw.

  • Boling Boling Festival Sa Catanauan Quezon

    Mas naging makulay ngayong taon ang pagdiriwang ng itinuturing na isa sa pinakaunang festival sa Timog Katagalunan, ang Boling-boling sa Catanauan, Quezon.

    Ayon kay Catanauan Mayor Ramon "Monching" Orfanel, sa tulong ng kanyang mga kababayan ay patuloy nila itong napagaganda upang higit pa nilang mapasigla ang turismo sa kanilang bayan.

    "Nakakatuwa dahil halos lahat ng mga kabataan ay nakiisa, kaya naman bawattaon ay mas nagiging masaya at lalong sumisigla ang festival na ito," dagdag pa ni Mayor Orfanel.

    Ang hindi maikakaila, para sa masidhing pagpapaganda sa festival, ay ang patuloy ...

  • Boling Boling Festival Of Catanauan Quezon

    Boling Boling Festival Of Catanauan Quezon

    It is an old age practice particular to Catanauanins.

    It is celebrated annually starting on the Sunday and ends on Tuesday preceding Ash Wednesday and signals the start of the Lenten Season.

    "Boling-Boling" comes from the visayan word "Boling" which means dirt.

    Participants roam around the town dressed in any costume they may conjure. Most of them wear colorful clown-like clothes while others imitate anybody whom they despise and make fun of them. Some men put on mud or grease with charcoal all over their bodies and roam around the town trying to scare young women and children for fun ...

  • Boling Boling Festival Catanauan Bondoc Peninsula Quezon

    Boling Boling Festival Catanauan Bondoc Peninsula Quezon

    "Boling-Boling" is an old age practice particular to Catanauanins, which is celebrated annually starting on the Sunday and ends on Tuesday preceding Ash Wednesday and signals the start of the Lenten Season. Participants roam around the town garbed in any costume they may fancy. Most of them wear colourful clown-like clothes while others imitate anybody whom they despise and make fun of them. It is the Pinoy version of carnival.

    No one can tell exactly when and how this practice started, not even the oldest resident of this town located at the heart of Bondoc Peninsula.

    Senior women weari ...