A night of spectacular lights, sounds, and arts.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan kicked off the Christmas season with a formal lighting ceremony held at the resort's main plaza. More than 300 guests from leading corporations, government community, media, online influencers and industry friends have joined and witnessed for the first time Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar's art installation lighting ceremony last December 1. The said art installation entitled 'Home' was headed by Bellas Artes Foundation's Project Manager, RJ Camacho. The resort highlighted local talented performing group such as Bataan Chamber Singers, Bataan Childrens Choir, Koro Bangkal and Jose de Piro Kabataang Orchestra as part of the momentous event.
Director of Marketing Erwin Dona welcomed the guests with his opening remarks and the first Filipina to be crowned as Reina HispanoAmericana - Teresita 'WynWyn' Marquez arrived to grace the night's enthralling affair. Marquez also led the lighting not only the art installation but also the entire heritage community, emanating spectacle and art brilliance. As the luminous lights were revealed, a ceremonial toast led by Bellas Artes Founder and Director Jam Acuzar was done to officially kick-off the Christmas mood at the Resort.
Present during the event were 2017 Reina HispanoAmericana - Ms. Teresita Marquez, 2017 Lakambini ng Las Casas - Bb. Diana Velasco, Bellas Artes art installation team leader - RJ Camacho, Bellas Artes Foundation Director and Founder - Ms. Jam Acuzar, Chairman of NSJBI/Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar - Mr. Jerry Acuzar, Chairperson of Bataan Peninsula Tourism Council Foundation - Ms. Victoria S. Garcia, Dinalupihan Mayor - Ms. Maria Angela Garcia, AFAB Chairman - Mr. Emmanuel Pineda, Bagac, Councilor - Mr. Noel Dela Rosa and Bataan Tourism Officer - Architect Christina Banzon-Enriquez.
The night was a celebration in honor of the community of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar's in house artisans.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is located at Bagac, Bataan. For inquiries and reservations, call 332.5286/332.5338 or e-mail reserve