November 3-5-San Carlos City
This festival is marked by a streetdancing involving the pintados or dancers with tattoos or flowers on their body.
November 13-Cebu City
This restages the Filipino tradition of visiting relatives to lovingly remember departed loved ones.
November 15-Calapan, Oriental Mindoro
This festival reenacts the first contact between the natives of Mindoro and traders from China.
Feast of San Clemente/ Gigantes
November 22-23-Angono, Rizal
This celebration is marked by giant papier mache effigies, natives in wooden shoes and costumes joining the procession of the statue of San Clemente around town.
3rd week-Maragusan, Davao Province
This involves performances by indigenous groups of the area, and harvest-related thanksgiving rituals.
3rd week-Capitol Complex, Pagadian, Zamboanga del Sur
This celebrates the versatility of the Bamboo plant and its importance in the area.
Santa Ipon Festival
November 25 to December 25-Santa, Ilocos Sur
This is a thanksgiving celebration highlighted by the catching of the ipon , a small but mysterious fish.
Day-ang Di Onga Festival
November 30-Baguio City
This is one of the region’s major events featuring young Cordillerans in a day-long event to “celebrate life.”
last week-Olongapo, Zambales
This festival re-enacts the war between the Aetas and the Christians through dance.