Discover more of Cebu with Jane’s Walk this weekend

Jane's Walk

Take to the streets and find out more about Cebu by joining Jane’s Walk Cebu this weekend.


2 p.m. – In and Around these Walls

A walking tour of Museo Sugbo, a former prison during the Spanish occupation that now houses the Cebu Provincial Museum since 2009. Curator Masi Cabanes will join tour participants in and around the museum. Meet up is at the Museo Sugbo main entrance.

4 p.m. – Lost bookstores and cinemas of Cebu

Time to explore downtown Cebu.Where have all the bookstores gone? Whatever happened to the movie houses in Colon? Meet up is at Halad Museum on Manalili Street, behind Gaisano Main.

May 4 SAT

8 a.m. – Liloan Food and Heritage Walk

It will be a visit to Balay Pilapil with walk leader Rycky Pilapil. Participants will taste Liloan’s old and new delicacies. Meeting place is in front of the Liloan City Hall.

9 p.m. – Pasil Food and Night Market Walk

Explore food, markets and local nightlife. Meet-up will be at the 7-Eleven on GF Antigua Bldg, B. Aranas corner T. Abella Streets.

No registration required for these walks, lasting approximately two hours each. Just show up at the meeting point and look for the CebuLitFest sign. It’s FREE!

“Jane’s Walk” is an annual festival of free, citizen-led walking conversations inspired by Jane Jacobs. Our mission is to help people walk, observe, and connect with their community and environment. Walks inspire people to make a difference because they enable members of a community to discover and respond to the complexities of their city and environment through personal and shared observation.

Jane Jacobs (1916-2006) was an urbanist and activist whose writings championed a fresh, community-based approach to city building. She had no formal training as a planner, and yet her 1961 treatise, The Death and Life of Great American Cities, introduced ground-breaking ideas about how cities function, evolve and fail, that now seem like common sense to generations of architects, planners, politicians and activists. A firm believer in the importance of local residents having input on how their neighborhoods develop, Jacobs encouraged people to familiarize themselves with the places where they live, work, and play.

Walks take place in hundreds of cities around the world on May 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 2019. Contact Cebu Literary Festival on Facebook or email or contact 0917-815-5794 for more information.


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