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Product Expo

May 1 to 4, 2015,
Panay Tourism Center, 10:00AM TO 8:00PM

The Panay Product Expo not only opened opportunity for people to buy indigenous Panay products but also showcased Pana-yanons’ craftsmanship and artistry. The business hour is from 10:00 in the morning to 8:00 in the afternoon.

LGU Night

The LGU Night
May 1, 2015
7:00PM

The LGU Night is a time to recognize the important contribution of the different stakeholders in the development of Panay. The Barangays, Municipal Government, National Government partners and representatives of the civil society gathered together in an evening of music and cultural presentation. The Lingga-anay Fiesta Queen and the cluster muses will also be presented to the public choreographed by the famous CPC Sarayawan Dance Companay. Subsequently, the people will be entertained to an array of cultural presentation depicting the true Pan-ayanon culture and tradition.

Fun Run

FUN RUN
May 2, 2015
5:30AM

FUN RUN (Sta. Monica Parochial School). Race start 5:30 in the morning, race briefing 5:15AM. 

Teacher's Night

May 2, 2015,
Panay Civic Center, 7:00 PM

Unlike the previous years, the public school teachers decided to hold a night in honor of the educators of Panay. The theme is yesterday today and tomorrow that will feature songs, dances and merriment serving a fitting tribute to the teachers. Witness the teachers depart from the classrooms and take centerstage to showcase their talents and showmanship. 

Coronation Night

May 3, 2015,
Panay Civic Center, 7:00 PM

Simple thoughts coming from our 2015 Lingga-anay Fiesta Queen JOANNA BARRIATOS TABJAN but mirrors strong faith and belief about herself, her identity as a Pan-ayanon and her loyalty to the place of her birth. Coming from a sixteen year old quick-witted lass. This mainly is shared by most of our youngsters in this information technology era because no matter how the advancement of technology changed our way of life, we still cling to the old tradition and the true culture of our people.

Grand Parade

May 4, 2015,
Around the Municipal Streets, 3:00PM

The Grand Parade displayed the colorful floats and the participation of the different sectors of the municipality as their commitment to pitch in their share in the development of the municipality. At the close of the parade, Escotis Dancers perform in front of the centuries-old Sta. Monica Church to the tune of traditional Pan-ayanon music performed live by a string band.

Fireworks Display

May 4, 2015,
Panay Public Plaza, 7:00PM

The fireworks symbolize the traditional expression of gratitude for the
graces and blessings that Panay received in the past year and to drive away calamities, evil spirits and maladies that might befall to the municipality.

May 1-4, 2015,
Sta. Monica Church Ground, 7:00PM

 Featuring: PAROKYA NI EDGAR

Sponsors

Municipality of Panay would like to thank the following sponsors.

Fiesta Queen

Born on June 24, 1998, Joanna is the third among the four (4) daughters of Gil Buenavista Tabjan of Barangay Calitan and Bernardita Brillo Barriatos of Barangay Linateran. 

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Lingga-anay Festival

Lingga-anay Festival is the annual Municipal Fiesta of Panay celebrated to pay homage to the Biggest Bell in Asia and to display the town's rich cultural history together with its vast marine resources.

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Schedule of Events

Schedule is viewable here for more information of the upcoming Lingga-anay Festival. 

Lingga-anay 2015 Sponsors

No duty is more urgent than that of returning thanks.

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Turn over of Boats

The turn-over ceremonies of the motorized pumpboats and bancas at the Panay Civic Center turned into a real gesture of brotherhood and concern as the beneficiaries and the donors shared insights on how it is to experience hardship during Typhoon Yolanda and how to move on with confidence, faith and hope that the future would…

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Panay Christmas Village ’13

The simple ceremony of the Ceremonial Lighting and Opening of Panay Christmas Village on November 28, 2013 at about 7:00 PM ushered the advent of the Christmas Season for the Municipality of Panay. It was a respite from the heavy feelings that Pan-ayanons have at the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yolanda and left Panay devastated.…

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Barangay Oathtaking Ceremonies

The newly-elected barangay officials of the Municipality of Panay took their oath in a simple ceremony on November 28, 2013 at 4:30 in the afternoon. The simplicity of the ceremonies was largely influenced by the need for austerity measures given the recent super typhoon Yolanda that has left widespread destruction all throughout the municipality. The…

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Typhoon Yolanda

[toggle title=”Help Panay”] TO ALL THOSE WHO CARE .. LET US HELP PANAY The Municipality of Panay is one of the municipalities in the Province of Capiz. it is home of the Century-old Sta. Monica Church that houses the Biggest Bell in Asia. the Municipality is also known for its governance initiatives having been chosen…

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Teachers Day

MY TEACHER .. MY HERO The Municipal Government of Panay joined the Department of Education (DepEd) in the celebration of the National Teacher’s Month on October 5, 2013. Their theme in this celebration is “My Teacher , My Hero” is a fitting tribute to the men and women of the DepEd in their quest to…

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Executive-Legislative Agenda

Mayor Dante B. Bermejo, Vice Mayor Gualberto B. Bernas III, Sangguniang Bayan members, municipal department and section heads and representatives from the private sector convened on September 12-13, 2013 at Kapis Mansions Hotel, Banica, Roxas City to formulate the Executive-Legislative Agenda (ELA) of the Municipality of Panay. Together with the formulation of the ELA, the…

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