The Philippine pavilion, always aspires to share our rich culture and a taste of our motherland through our food and entertainment. Our volunteer performers will showcase different dances, mainly traditional folk dances from various regions of the Philippines.
The volunteer kitchen staff will also be preparing crowd favourite foods that you will not want to miss!
Discover why there’s more to love the Philippines
use the 17th Street Entrance to the Pavilion
Each showtime there will be performances that showcase traditional dances from different parts and different ethnic groups of the Philippines. From the festive rural areas to the tribal northern highlands to the Indo-Malayan and Arabic influenced southern islands.
In addition to the dance performances, the band will also be performing at the end of each hour to give you a taste of Original Pilipino Music (OPM). At the last hour of our pavilion on both days, the band will be playing a mix of OPM and western songs and will also hold an open mic.
Pancit (stir-fried noodles with chicken & veggies)
Adobo (meat cooked in vinegar and soy sauce)
Kanin (steamed rice)
Lumpia (spring rolls)
Embuydo (Philippine meatloaf)
Dessert- egg tart
San Miguel Beer, Red Horse Beer
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BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Westman Filipino Community
Knox United Church
451 18th Street
THU FEB 8: —
FRI FEB 9: 6:00pm – 10:00pm
SAT FEB 10: 1:00pm – 10:00pm
ENTRANCE / BUSY TIMES
Use 17th Street entrance
Peak dinner hours
Part of line-up is inside building
Dress for the weather
Street parking on 17th Street and Louise
Be aware of paid parking at University
Please be aware of lanes and private driveways.
Imperial Ballroom, Victoria Inn Hotel & Conference Centre
3550 Victoria Avenue
WIS Multicultural Centre
403 13th Street