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Kabkaban Festival

Kabkaban Festival is a ritual dance believed to be a way of driving away bad spirits. The term is taken from a kind of grass that is so abundant in the place. Through the inspiration of Val Sandiego, the Kabkaban celebration today is given much attention by the Carcaranons and visitors from other places. This annual activity is one of the highlights of Carcar’s fiesta in honor of its patroness, St. Catherine of Alexandria.

Carcar is known for its locally-made shoes. Bolo making and basket weaving are also some of the prevalent cottage industries among the Carcaranons are also into wooden furniture manufacturing and antique reproduction.

The Kabkaban festival celebrate every November 24-25.

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