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Just for your information, the 438th Araw ng Pasig (Foundation Day) Grand parade is scheduled on July 2, 2011 (Saturday) with details below (seen by Tutubi on banners along C. Raymundo when he passed by just this afternoon)
What: 438th Araw ng Pasig Grand Parade Where: Along C. Raymundo, in front of Sta. Clara de Montefalco Parish Church When: July 2, 2011 at 8am
Warning: avoid the area if you intend to visit places that pass by the parade route. Traffic re-routing schemes shall take effect.
Tutubi passes by C. Raymundo from Ortigas Avenue to Francisco Legaspi en route to Cainta (East Bank Road and Floodway). Good thing he came to know the schedule so he can avoid the area lest he gets stuck in heavy traffic. Heavy traffic always along Pasig Boulevard and Pasig Rotunda, what more during an actual Pasig fiesta celebration?
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