Inarajan Launching a New Street Festival – “GINEN I TANO'” – From the Land – SUNDAY, Nov. 17

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Guam – This is Village month for Inalahan! 

Following the ribbon cutting Tuesday for our new Community Center, then Gef Pa’go Storytelling Festival next weekend, we are introducing a new festival in the Inalahan Historic District.

The new festival is called:  GINEN I TANO’ (FROM THE LAND – locally made)

A street festival in historic Inalahan that promotes everything from the land:

•       Farmer’s produce
•       Local food specialties, demonstrated and sold
•       Traditional and contemporary arts and crafts
•       Songs, music, and dance that tell about our heritage
•       G.Flores History Center Tours
•       Hotnu Baking Demonstrations and Sales
•       Painted Histories in historic buildings that show daily life of the early 1900s

Our purpose is give new life to the historic buildings by promoting activities in the Inalahan Historic District.  Proceeds will support the upgrading and repairs of the George Flores Old Store and History Center.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17
9AM TO 4PM
SAN JOSE AVENUE FROM GEORGE FLORES HISTORY CENTER
TOWARDS ST JOSEPH CHURCH

Sales booths are free with advance registration.  We ask each vendor to donate one item for the hourly raffle.

Music and dance performances all day.  Art activities along the Painted History Walk and History Center self-guided tours.

Organized by the G.Flores History Center and Inetnon Gef Pa’go; supported by the Inalahan Mayor’s office and Southern High School Service Learning
participants.  Funding assistance from the Guam Council on the Arts & Humanities Agency (CAHA), the Office of the Governor and the National
Endowment for the Arts.

Interested participants may contact Judy Flores at 828-8040 or email to judyflores@guam.net