Continuing Pinoy traditions in todays modern communities

A "fiesta" or the Spanish word for party is an integral a part of Filipino culture with one being command almost every week in numerous elements of the country.

Whether it's spiritual or cultural in nature, a party may be a traditional occasion that brings folks along to foster cooperation, celebration, and growth within the community.

This is a similar reason why DMCI Homes recently command its 1st community fiesta in its tree Estates administrative division development in Taguig town, in line with DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) SVP Enrico C. Wong.

"We wish to preserve Filipino traditions in our communities for the good thing about our residents particularly the younger generation," Wong same. "And a party is one Filipino tradition that ought to never quit of fashion even with the arrival of contemporary communities."

Acacia Estates is DMCI Homes' 150-hectare township development in Taguig city that hosts 25,000 residents of varied condominium communities.

All roads of acacia Estates led to The Tent wherever unit homeowners were treated to an entire day of fun-filled ancient party activities.

The celebration started with an early morning parade that was abundant with colourful plastic buntings.

A thanksgiving mass then followed at The Tent once wherever youngsters enjoyed taking part in classic Filipino games like "kadang-kadangsabao," Pinoy egg toss and calamansi relay.

Booths for board games and face paint conjointly provided extra amusement for the young ones all throughout the day. Stilt walkers, on the opposite hand, roamed the venue at the same time as cultural dancers and bands wowed the gang.

Meanwhile, tiangge stalls marketing home items, various delicacies, apparels, shoes, baggage and alternative fashion accessories unbroken unit homeowners busy finding out nice finds.
Serving because the highlights of the community party are the primary little Miss tree pageant and also the fashion show of pet dogs of residents.

Acacia Estates is DMCI Homes' 150-hectare township development in Taguig town that hosts 25,000 residents of assorted condominium communities.

All roads of acacia Estates led to The Tent where unit owners were treated to a complete day of fun-filled ancient party activities.

The celebration started with an early morning parade that was teeming with vibrant plastic buntings.

A thanksgiving mass then followed at The Tent once where children enjoyed participating in classic Filipino games like "kadang-kadangsabao," Pinoy egg toss and calamansi relay.

Booths for board games and face paint collectively provided further amusement for the young ones all throughout the day. Stilt walkers, on the alternative hand, roamed the venue at an equivalent time as cultural dancers and bands wowed the gang.

Meanwhile, tiangge stalls selling home things, varied delicacies, apparels, shoes, baggage and various fashion accessories unbroken unit owners busy sorting out nice finds.

Serving as a result of the highlights of the community party ar the first very little Miss tree pageant and conjointly the style show of pet dogs of residents