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Thursday, August 21, 2008

entry arrow4:28 PM | The Bayanihan Dance Company and a Stamp Exhibit This Weekend in Dumaguete

Opens August 23 and runs until August 26, Silliman University Main Library Exhibition Hall. The Cebu Stamp Club, Inc. presents the Philippines as "the land of heroes" in a retrospective showcasing stamps depicting Filipino heroes. The traveling exhibit visits Dumaguete, as well as selected schools in the cities of Cebu, Mandaue, Talisay, and Lapu-lapu.

August 23 and 24, Claire Isabel McGill Luce Auditorium. Bayanihan, the Philippine National Folk Dance Company, returns to Dumaguete City as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. Surging to the Crest celebrates 2008 as a high point in Bayanihan’s first 50 years, and a starting point for its next 50. There are the two new numbers in its repertoire: Marikit Na, from the folkways and traditions of people living along Marikina river; and Bangkero, from the traditions and lore of the boatmen of Pagsanjan. With music direction by Melito Vale Cruz and choreography by Ferdinand Jose.

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