Municipality of Bingawan
Every 21st of June
The early residents of Bingawan constructed a long house-like structure made of light materials. It accommodated forty families and they called it “Pagnahi-an” because the partitions were sewed together. The original structure was once located at the roadside east where the Bingawan Baptist Church presently stands.
A cultural presentation highlights the celebration that anchored during the 1906 great fire, sweeping over the progressive community and resulted to the great loss of properties and stored gains of its people. Several months after the said fire, a great famine occurred. Despite that, the people joined hands to reconstruct their houses and the church building.
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