Panagdadapun Festival is located in Cabarroguis, Quirino. "Panagdadapun Festival" an Ilocano word which means assembly or the gathering of every Quirinian. Highlight of this annual celebration is the grand parade which was enjoined by different agencies found in the province together with the convergence of all tribes thru street dancing portraying the different culture and history of the province ...
. It is being celebrated every September 7th-10th of the year.
Panagdadapun Festival News
The province of Quirino rarely rings a bell in everyday conversation, but one week every September puts this province squarely in the eyes of the country: the Panagdadapun Festival.
Panagdadapun is an Ilocano word which means assembly. It's a word that's so appropriate for the festival that it reverberates throughout the province of Quirino. Quririnians from all over the province gather to showcase what the province is all about in the week-long festivities.
Highlights of the festival include the Street Dancing Showdown, Gitarock (Battle of the Bands), and the Search for Mr. and Ms. Quir ...
Nakiisa sa higit kumulang 10,000 mamamayan mula sa lalawigan ng Quirino ang Kalihim ng Kagawaran ng Interyor at Pamahalaang Lokal na si Mar Roxas sa naganap na selebrasyon ng ika-44 na Araw ng Quirino at Panagdadapun Festival.
Ang nasabing pagtitipon na may temang "I Love Quirino: Remembering President Elpidio Quirino" ay naganap nitong Huwebes (Setyember 10), sa Capitol Tourism and Sports Complex sa bayan ng Cabarroguis.
Ang Panagdadapun Festival ay isa sa mga taunang okasyon sa Cabarroguis, Quirino kung saan pinadiriwang ang anibersaryo ng pagtatakda sa Quirino bilang isang lalawigan. ...
The executive committee of the 42nd Araw ng Quirino and Panagdadapun (Convergence) festival is inviting all photographers here and from other provinces to join the first ever photo contest featuring the Motocross Challenge and Street Dancing Showdown.
Edwin Antonio, photo contest committee chairman said the contest which is open to amateur and professional photographers using DSLR cameras is one of the highlights of the Araw ng Quirino and Panagdadapun festival celebration from September 4-10, 2013 with the theme, "I Love Quirino."
Antonio has advised the interested photographers t ...
A five-day Panagdadapun festival is set to be a meaningful celebration for the Quirinians despite the calamity that hit the province on the dawn of August 12.
"This is the time for those who fell victims to the disaster to relax, enjoy and be part of the celebration for them to feel that despite the calamities, there is a celebration in the province that everyone can participate and feel festive mood without spending too much",Governor Junie E. Cua said.
This year's celebration will be highlighted with awards and recognition of outstanding Quirinians; launching of "Eye Care" and Kalusuga ...
Cabarroguis Street dancers from Saint Mark's School Panagdadapun Festival 2012
September 6-10, 2012.
Theme: I LOVE QuirinoALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2012
Quirino, a promising province in the Northern portion of Luzon, and as mentioned in the speech of DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro, "the Paradise of the North," has gone a long journey in alleviating the economic status of the people of Quirino from the doldrums of poverty.
Everybody's dream is to make Quirino known as a province of peaceful and diligent people; a frontier of commerce and industry specially on fossilized flower making, woodcraft and furniture making, coal and mineral producer, mountains with vast virgin forests, palay and corn producer and most of all the reputation of having ...