Guam – The Department of Chamorro Affairs, the Guam Museum, the Guam Museum Foundation, Guampedia, Guam CAHA, Guam Preservation Trust, and the Guam Community College commemorate International Museum Day 2013.
This year’s theme is “Museums (memory + creativity) = social change.” Below are some community activities that the public is encouraged to attend
this week and next week:
• May 21 (Tuesday): Posting in the Guam Museum’s Facebook page of 20+ photos of Master Carver Segundo Blas, Emilio Borja, and their apprentice Robert Limtiaco carving a 15-foot galaide (outrigger canoe), using many traditional tools, from 1982 to 1983. This event helped revitalize the Chamorros’ seafaring tradition. Go to https://www.facebook.com/pages/Guam-Museum/251069485038242
• May 23 (Thursday 9am): Guam Preservation Trust’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the Tilaifak Bridge Project in Agat.
• May 24 (Friday 10:30am-12:00pm): “”Friends of the Museum” Exhibit at the Hall of Governors in Adelup. Exhibits by Guampedia, Guam Preservation Trust, Guam Community College, and the Guam Museum. Entrance is free to Guam residents on this day to the Hall of Governors
and the Latte of Freedom. Light refreshments will be served.
• May 27-31 (Monday to Friday 10:30am-4:00pm): One dollar entrance fee to the Latte of Freedom and Hall of Governors in Adelup for Guam
For more information, please contact Mr. Simeon Palomo at 475-4230 or email@example.com.