Guam Micronesia Island Fair

Guam Micronesia Island Fair is one of the best events you can enjoy lots of Island Performers and Micronesian Art & Crafts.

This year 2014 they had 27th Annual GMIF.
They held on April 25, 26 & 27th. Year before was in May.

I like the food and I found this yammy island food year before.
It looked like scones but more simple and warm.
I liked this soup kind of sweet dessert as well.

This year schedule was like this…

Guam Micronesia Island Fair Schedule

April 25, 2014
  9:00 am Grounds Open
10:00 am GWHS-Members of Guma Irensian Taotao Tano
10:30 am Benavente Middle School Chamorro Dance
11:00 am Oceanview Middle School - Guma Nina'en Acho Latte
11:30 am Jose Rios Middle School
12:00 pm Vince San Nicolas - Live Music
  6:00 pm  Opening Ceremony
  7:00 pm  Fireworks!
                Chamorrow Music Legends Tribute featuring
                Matua Sablan, Shiabe Pangelinan, Matt Laguana,
                Osten Saralu, with special appearance by Candy Taman
 8:00 pm The Sirens

April 26, 2014
12:00 pm Grounds open
12:15 pm Karatsu City
12:30 pm Guma Katon I Tano
   1:00 pm Kosrae Cultural Dance
   1:30 pm Chuuk Cultural Dance
   2:00 pm Palau Cultural Dance
   2:30 pm Guma Ininan I Saina-ta
   3:00 pm Hero's Homecoming Featuring Kapono
   6:00 pm Unity Show
   6:30 pm Marianas Home Grown
   8:00 pm Inner Circle "Grammy Award Winning Band"

April 27, 2014
12:00 pm Grounds open
12:30 pm Guma Fuestan CHamoru-ta
   1:00 pm Palau Cultural Dance
   1:30 pm Pohnapei Cultural Dance
   2:00 pm Chuuk Cultural Dance
   2:30 pm JFK Guahu Taotao Tano
   3:00 pm Guma Rasan Achao Latte
   4:30 pm Padiants
   6:00 pm Unity Show
   6:30 pm Marianas Home Grown
   8:45 pm FIREWORKS!!

2015, 28th Annual GMIF would be on May 15, 2015 - May 17, 2015.
It will be same place at Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park (Ypao Park)
Admission is FREE!

Fore more info will be at
Guam Visitors Bureau

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