Events and Activities


Annual Activities
C.Y. 2014

JANUARYBarangay Socio Cultural Program
January 13 (Feast of Sto. Niño) Ususan
Lower Bicutan (P6C)
Upper Bicutan (Sitio Imelda)
South Daang Hari Purok 14
Fort Bonifacio
North Signal Village
Pinagsama, 7 Villages
Sta. Ana
Central Signal
January 20 (Feast of Sto. Nino) Wawa
Pulong Kendi 
January 27 (Feast of Sto.Nino) Napindan
South Daang Hari Purok 13
Tartaria, Palingon-Tipas
Ligid, Ibayo-Tipas
South Daang Hari P6 B4


FEBRUARYTaguig Cultural and Historical Awareness Week

  • As approved under Resolution No. 80, Series of 1994 which is being celebrated from February 15-21)
  • February 23, 69th Anniversary Celebration of Taguig Liberation Day
  • Launch of the Search for Mutya ng Taguig.
February (Pistang Bayan)-Date to be identified by the Parish Priest of Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Anne. Sta. Ana (Poblacion)
February 11-12 ( Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes) Bagong Tanyag
Upper Bicutan


  • Fire Prevention Month
    • Fire Olympics (Date to be identified by the City Fire Department)
  • Planning and continuing development of the 427th Foundation Day of Taguig(Araw ng Taguig) Project and component activities.
  • Start of the Mutya ng Taguig Candidates Leadership and Personality Development Training production rehearsals and pageant activities.
March 19 (Saint Joseph Parish) Upper Bicutan


  • Mutya ng Taguig
  • April 25- Foundation Day of Taguig (weeklong celebration)
April 15 (Divine Mercy) New Lower Bicutan


  • Grand Flores De Mayo (Flower Festival/Grand Sagalahan)-Date to be identified by the City Mayor
  • May 28– Flag Day (hanging of the Philippine Flag within the City Hall Quadrangle and the different strategic places in Taguig City)
May 1, (Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker) Central Signal Village
May 8 ( San Miguel) San Miguel
May 12 ( Our Lady of Fatima) South Signal Village
May 12-15 ( San Isidro Labrador) Calzada, Tipas
Ibayo, Tipas
May 20 ( Mary Help of Christians) Hagonoy (Dreamland)
May 20 ( Maria Reyna ng mga Apostoles) Pinagsama Village
North Daang Hari



  • Independence Day
  • Planning and preparation for the Taguig River Festival
  • Barangay Socio Cultural Program
June 24(St. John The Baptist)(Iglesia Filipina Independiente)(Dambanang Kawayan) Ligid Tipas
(St. Joseph Parish) Upper Bicutan
June 30 ( St. Peter the Fisherman) Napindan


JULYJuly 26 (Taguig River Festival)Highlights:

  • “Indakan sa Daan”( to be participated by both private and public schools in Taguig City)
  • “REGATTA” (Native Boat Races)
  • Pagodahan (Theme Fluvial Parade)
  • Serenata
  • Asalto
  • Musical Concert/Drum and Lyre Band Competition
  • Pandanggohan ( Dancing Procession)
July 31 ( St. Ignatius of Loyola) Ususan



  • Buwan ng Wika
  • National Heroes Day ( This is being celebrated every last Monday of August as per information from the National Historical Commission of the Philippines)
August 11 (Heart of Mary Catholic Charismatic Community) North Daang Hari
August 15 (San Roque) Calzada Tipas
August 19 (San Bartolome) Tuktukan



  • National Tourism Month
September 15(Sto. Nino De Taguig Parish-San Lorenzo Ruiz De Manila Chapter) Central Signal Village
September 29 ( Saint Michael Parish) Hagonoy



  • Month of the Holy Rosary
October 7 (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary) Lower Bicutan (Old)
Fort Bonifacio, Zone 2



  • November 30 – Bonifacio Day
November 29-30 ( St. Andrew) Western Bicutan



  • December 1, 70th Araw ng Kabayanihan at Kagitingan sa Tipas (Taguig Celebratory Program)
  • Dec. 8, 10th Taguig City Charter Day
  • Year-End Cultural Festival
  • Dec. 30- Rizal Day
December 8 (Immaculate Conception) Fort Bonifacio


  • The Celebration of Eid’l Fitr and Eid’l Adha depends on the advisory from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the organization of the community of Muslims in the Philippines.
  • Maharlika Day is being Celebrated after the Eid’l Adha.


Other Projects/Activities:

  • Participation of LGU’s in the different programs/projects of the Department of Tourism-National Capital Region and other provinces in the Philippines.
  • Invitations coming from different governments and private organizations.
  • Seminars/Conventions/Invitations from NCR and other provinces in the Philippines.
  • Membership and participation in mandated organizations (National Capital Region-Tourism Officers Association, NCRTOA), wherein Taguig City thru the undersigned was elected Auditor of the Association.



Prepared and Submitted by:


Tourism Officer
Tourism & Trade Department


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