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Local Village Fiestas
If you want to experience local culture (or food) at its best, go to a fiesta.  A tradition introduced by the Spaniards in 1668, nearly every village throws one each year in celebration of its patron saint's day.  The festivities begin on Saturday with a mass at the village church, followed by a procession and two days of feasting and fun.

That weekend, the whole village becomes a giant party with friends, family and everyone else visiting from all over the island!  Just go walk around and meet people.  You are guaranteed to be invited in for a free meal.

Liberation Celebration
Whereas Independence Day (July 4) is not a particularly significant holiday on Guam, we passionately celebrate our Liberation by the American troops in World War II (July 21, 1944) is the day the troops landed.

For the whole month of July, the Liberation Carnival - complete with rides, games, and food - fills Joseph Flores Beach Park.  And on the actual holiday, there is a huge parade in Hagatna followed at night by a magnificent fireworks display over Tumon Bay.

Guam Department of Parks and Recreation

Rental Facilities
When you're planning an outdoor event, most of Guam's parks have facilities that can be reserved for little to no cost.  Contact the Parks and Recreation at 671-475-6288/9 or visit their office in Tiyan.

Cultural Dance Classes
Learn island traditions through dance at the Paseo Recreation Center.  Classes are every Thursday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.  Call 477-8279/8280 for details.

"Boonie Stomp" (Hiking) Program
Every Saturday, you can join a pre-scheduled hike to many of Guam's popular natural and historical vistas.  Hikes are rated medium, difficult and very difficult, and you must have your own transportation to the trailhead.  Destinations include Sigua Falls and World War II tanks, Talofofo caves, Fonte River and Dam, Mount Lamlam and many more.  The cost is only $2 and groups depart the Paseo Recreation Center promptly at 9am.  Weekly information and preparation instructions are available at 671-653-2987.

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