Ha’anin Minagof - " A Day of Happiness"
As we have done in the past, the net proceeds of the event will be donated to the Villages of Inalahan and Talofofo for their community improvement fund.
Si Yu'os Ma'ase!
We cannot say thank you enough to every cultural performer, exhibitor, farmer, artist, vendor, musician, and sponsor for helping to make this event possible. Most importantly, we can never say thank you enough to every guest that came out to support and celebrate the grand opening of our Micronesia Cultural Village! Rain or shine, we will continue to celebrate, preserve, and share the culture, beauty, and history of our island with adventurers of all ages, from all over the world.
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SO WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
Live Music by
Nicole Leon Guerrero, Trey Cunningham, & Joe Garrido
Nicole Leon Guerrero is a local singer/songwriter who has been performing at various venues around the island since 2011. She is very proud and grateful to be a part of Guam's music community and feels extremely blessed to have residents' continued support throughout her musical career. Nicole says the joy that her music brings to her audience is a most rewarding experience and ignites her passion for performing all the more.
Advanced Admission Purchase is Required
Simply Purchase Admission Online and then join us for a great day of celebration and happiness!
Registered Exhibitors, Farmers, Artists, Vendors
We have filled up all spots for Exhibitors, Farmers, Artists, & Vendors. Si Yu'os Ma'ase to all registrants and we cannot wait to welcome everyone to the Big Day!
Pre-packaged ice pops made in Guam. We are an official Guam Product Seal member.
Hafa Adai! We are Pacific Island Månnge Pops, Guam’s first local ice pop company established in 2015. Back then, we noticed that there were no frozen treats that were truly locally-made so we started a small business with the goal of making the most delicious ice pops on the island. All of our pops are made by hand in small batches at Hamamoto Tropical Fruit World in Windward Hills, Yona. We always source our ingredients from local businesses and farms—Including our own! Our flavors are refreshing, original, and gourmet. Absolutely no artificial flavors, colors, chemicals, or preservatives are used. Thank you for supporting our local farmers and our family business. Have a Månnge Day! We are available at all Foody’s Shell Gas Stations, Two Lovers’ Point, select hotels in Tumon, and Coffee Slut in Hagåtña. Our Ice Pop Flavors: Strawberry Calamansi, Calamansi Mint, Soursop Strawberry, Ripe Mango, Pineapple Strawberry, Mango Strawberry, Coconut Candy, Lychee Coconut, Ube, Avocado Cream (seasonal), Green Mango (seasonal), Watermelon Sea Salt, and Nutella Banana.
Coconut Candy - Traditional, Chocolate, and Mango Flavors
Here at The Coconut Tree Company, we strive to create a modern twist on a classic CHamoru household recipe. Every piece of our gourmet coconut candy is shaped and packaged thoughtfully by hand. We aim to share the island’s taste and cultural experience through our assorted, sweet flavors. From our kitchen to beyond The Coconut Tree Company’s doors, our confections keep tradition alive.
Pictures of Guam scenes
Artist - Mariana Pangelinan
Buenas! I am a local teacher with a love for art. I decided to create local greeting cards in an effort to increase exposure to and use of our language. My instagram handle is @gaguprints
Guam Unique Merchandise and Art
“To create a program for community commerce and networking through the development and nurturing of Cottage/Home-Based Businesses within Guam’s 19 Villages”
Artist - Maria Romulo
Artist - Evan Cabrera
Original Art: Acrylics on Canvas, various sizes, and matted Art Prints. Evan Cabrera is an artist, crafter and creator of all things fun and whimsical. She gets her inspiration from nature- the sky, earth, and sea and the stories they bring. She strives to live an authentic life, inspire other young artists, and transcend through art.
Haya Cultural Heritage Preservation and Development Foundation has been working to perpetuate traditional healing for the past 17 years. Haya will feature i man Yo'Amte as they share their knowledge of the plants and healing remedies.
Kaiana San Nicolas
Hafa adai, Guahu si Kaiåna San Nicolas, founder of Makmåta Tribe. I am a local traditinal chamoru jewelry carver and tribal artist.
Artist- Roman Duenas
I carve and sell traditional and contemporary Chamorro jewelry made of various materials such as seashell.
Artist- Jesse San Nicolas - Cultural body ornamentation
"Munga Marechasa I Lengguahita ni Mismu Kotturata". Being a part of the ripple in the water that our ancestors started with body ornamentation, to carry on their legacy and part of our identity for future generations.
Para I Probechu'n I Taotao-ta, Inc. "PIPIT"
PIPIT Supports community organizations and members that promote the preservation of the Chamorro language and culture. Services available: "I Bendishon", "I Baila" (Chamorro dance performances). Retail outlet / online store: https://fahanguahan.com Organization website: www.pipitinc.org All services are representation of Chamorro Culture Tradition and Practice. Chamorro Cultural Presentation
Micronesia Climate Change Alliance (MCCA) - Moneka De Oro
Micronesia Climate Change Alliance (MCCA) is a grassroots network of individuals and organizations dedicated to creating community-centered solutions to climate change. Our network is made up of teachers, students, healers, small business owners and volunteers who seek to build urgency and cohesion through local community projects in order to create a model that is resilient in the face of our changing climate. Although we are a small team, we have an ambitious agenda to improve the sustainability of our island home by focusing on a wide spectrum of issues such as mitigating and adapting to climate change, transitioning to locally- produced renewable energy sources, promoting food sovereignty, tackling the consumption and waste crisis and advocating for an equitable, just society throughout Micronesia
Vendor - Vegan foods - James Opena
We are an up and coming vegan restaurant. Our goal is to use as much locally sourced ingredients in all of our recipes to support our farmers and growers.
Artist - Justin Green
I got my apprenticeship under Greg Pangalinan in 2003, but didn't start carving on a regular basis until about 2014. I carve with shell, hima, bone, carabao horn, coconut, and wood. I enjoy taking raw materials and turning them into unique and of a kind carvings and jewelry for people to wear and enjoy. I am currently pursuing my Journeyman certification.
Manelu - Micronesian Resource Center One-Stop Shop
is a special project of Mañe’lu. We provide free informational and educational services to families from the neighboring islands of the Freely Associated States (FAS): Chuuk, Pohnpei, Kosrae, Yap, Palau, & the Marshall Islands.
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