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La Laguna Festival Schedule of Activities (Laguna Provincial Capitol)
Formerly the ANILAG Festival but the re-naming is usually political due to change of governors thus there's no continuity and awareness of the brand. click the picture to see enlarge the schedule of activities of La Laguna Festival 2013
activities from March 8, 2013 to March 17, 2013
fun run, street dancing, beauty contests, boat race on sta. cruz river, trade shows, typical festival activities
How to Get to Laguna Provincial Capitol:
ride buses to Sta. Cruz, Laguna, alight in Sta. Cruz then ride a jeepney back to Sta. Cruz public Market or tricycle and request the driver to drop you off in front of Laguna Provincial Capitol
Sta. Cruz laguna also celebrates the kesong puti festival