Davao City’s People’s Park is attracting more visitors after the city government reconstructed the Fun Park area for the children.
Another councilor also suggested that Datu Bago should be recognized as part of the Kagan tribe
Fans of Visayan songs will be treated ”in a night full of fun” as a local radio station here puts up a benefit concert showcasing local artists, organizers said.
A choir of children’s voices resonated as hundreds of spectators witness the lighting up of the 40-foot Christmas tree and the candy-themed City Hall here to signal the opening of the month-long Pasko Fiesta celebration on Friday evening, December 1.
Students of University of the Philippines in Mindanao launched a photo exhibit that tackles about the struggles of agrarian reform beneficiaries in the region on Monday, November 27.
The D’ Bone Collector museum put up by an American here in the city was among the top five special interest museums in the country during the first Philippine Tourism Industry Awards held in Manila on November 7.
The culture of the city’s 11 tribes will be among the new highlights of this year’s Pasko Fiesta celebration.
Instead of the photos of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and President Rodrigo Duterte, four photos of national heroes hang inside the session hall of the Davao City Council on Tuesday, November 14.
The nomination for the prestigious Datu Bago Awards is now open, the Datu Bago Award Awardees Organization Inc. (DBAAOI) announced on Monday.
The city government will be extending its annual Christmas activities to three more indigenous peoples (IP) villages in the city this year.