Caloocan City Mayor Oscar Malapitan will lead the day-long activities in commemoration of the 152nd birth anniversary of Andres Bonifacio on Nov. 30.
The festivities will kick off with the civic-military parade along Edsa toward the Bonifacio Monument Circle to be led by a parade including the Northern Police District, local police, firemen, jail guards, non-government organizations, rescue and disaster volunteers and city employees.
A flag raising ceremony will follow to be led by Malapitan, Vice Mayor Macario Asistio III, Rep. Edgar Erice, Councilor Dale Gonzalo III, NPD director General Eric Serafin Reyes, relatives of Bonifacio and National Historical Commission of the Philippines representatives.
Wreathlaying will also take place followed by 21-gun salute and taps to be performed by the Army Reserved Command.
Metro Manila Development Authority officer in charge Emerson Carlos is the city government’s guest of honor.
In the evening, a countdown will feature the opening of Christmas lights at BMC to be followed by a musical concert featuring local band group, Brownman Revival.
Motorists and commuters are advised to observe traffic reroutings leading to the venue on Monday.