The I Fiestan Sahyan Tasi – The Festival of the Canoes – Recap

The Festival of the Canoes

Re-Cap: Chris Bejado, The Heritage, The Cutlure, The Seafaring Traditions, and The Open Water to FestPac 2020

A Memorial to Chris Bejado
A Restaurateur, A Cultural Advocate, Entrepreneur, and a familiar face of the local " Hafa Adai ' Spirit
Ulitao- The Seafaring Tradition, Culture, and Heritage.
Over 4,500 years of Culture and Heritage
Valley of the Latte, Guam First Annual I Fiestan Sahyan Tasi - The Festival of the Canoes
The Vendors, Artists, Farmers, Exhibitors
The Valley of the Latte annual events and festivals are more than just a celebration of our rich cultural heritage. This is a chance for the people of Guam to get together and share their talents, gifts, and skills.
Music, Entertainment, and smiling faces
From live performances by Inetnon Gef Pago, Nicole Leon Guerrero, and more to the smiling faces of all who attended.

" The Valley of the Latte is Guam's premeir eco-friendly destination that has been chosen by the people, to celebrate, share, and experience the rich cultural heritage of the island. "

Talofofo, Guam

We will be recapping every aspect of the I Fiestan Sahyan Tasi - The Festival of the Canoes over the next couple of weeks.

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