Baguio City Panagbenga Festival Updated Calendar of Activities 2012

Everyone is gearing up for Baguio City’s Panagbenga Festival also known as Baguio Flower Festival.
Here is the updated Baguio City Panagbenga Festival Updated Calendar of Activities 2012
Grand Street Dancing 
February 25, 2012 8:00 a.m.
Grand Float Parade
February 26, 2012 8:00 a.m.
Session Road in Bloom

February 27 – March 4, 2012

Pony Boy’s Day

March 2, 2012
Panagbenga Shootfest 2012 West Pt. Firing Range, Tuba
March 3-4, 2012

Panagbenga Closing Ceremonies at Athletic Bowl

March 4, 2012

Grand Fireworks Display at Athletic Bowl

March 4, 2012 @ 7:00 PM
10th Panagbenga Open Scrabble Tournament , Golden Pine Hotel

March 17-18, 2012

The event on the 25th and 26th from 4am to 1pm South Drive Teacher’s Camp gate to the Military Rotonda to the Session Road and Harrison will be closed for the Panagbenga parade, Both grand street and float parade. Minor events and activities can be found elsewhere all over Baguio City during the whole month of celebration.

26 thoughts on “Baguio City Panagbenga Festival Updated Calendar of Activities 2012

  1. Panagbenga Festival is one of the festivies here in our country, which I would like to get familiar with. I'm curious to find out how it did come to being, its purpose and many more. My little knowledge about this is it's all about flower festival. And what's more on this is what I'm following up.

    Finding answer to curiosity if RandomThoughts!

  2. Panagbenga is one festival that I would like to be in. How I would like to see those floats for real not only in pictures. If ever I'll get the chance…I will be in Panagbenga…someday soon.

  3. I think I will be like Simurgh, I will be coming after the float parade and I know that is stressful especially if you have nowhere to position yourself over the crowd! I think seeing Session Road in bloom will be just fime to me and I may have not discovered it if you haven't shared this one.

  4. This is what I love about blog hopping…I am not a well traveled person, blogpost like this serves as my window to the world.

    Baguio is also one of a few na napuntahan namin ng family ko several times. Unfortunately never been to Panagbennga fest..

    Keep on blogging and inspiring others.

    Been here from FBW FB group

    its me,
    Cielo of Brown Pinay

  5. I really want to attend this. Too bad I don't have the funds and the time to go this year. I hope I can experience Panagbenga next year though.. 🙂 Btw, it was so nice meeting you today Ms. Cha! 😀 Hope to see you again soon!

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