Events taking place in nearby towns:

Patron Saint Festival in Moca- 09/1/2013 - 09/2/2013

Every year, Moca celebrates a patron saint festival in honor of “Virgen de la Monserrate”. The festivities include dances, food, parades and religious processions. Moca (787)818-0105, (787) 877-0540

Patron Saint Festival in Isabela - 06/7/2013 - 06/0/2013

A festival commemorating San Antonio de Padua, with music, games and food kiosks. Isabela (787) 872-6400, (787) 872-2100

Coffee Harvest Festival in Maricao - 02/9/2013 to 02/11/2013

This annual festival marks the end of the coffee harvest in the western mountain town of Maricao, the center of the island’s coffee growing region. Locals celebrate the close of the season with a parade, handicraft exhibitions, live folk music, and eating of traditional food. The festival is renowned for its exhibitions of past and present coffee cultivating techniques, harvesting tools and equipment, and desserts and beverages made from coffee. Maricao (787) 267-5536

Whale-Watching in Rincon- 01/01/2013- 02/28/2013

Humpback whales may be seen in the winter from the observation park at the Rincón Lighthouse. The peak season is February, though whales have been spotted from late December through late March. Just ask around the marina or the lighthouse. In the peak season, you may see them a few hundred meters off the lighthouse. Rincon (787) 823-5024

Festival de la China Dulce in Las Marias - 03/9/2013 to 03/11/2013

An orange festival with originals orange recipes, artisans exhibitions and popular music. This festival is held in Las Marias. Las Marias (787) 827-2280

Patron Saint Festival in Anasco- 01/9/2013 - 01/11/2013

A festival commemorating San Antonio de Abad, with music, games and food kiosks. Anasco (787) 826- 3100

Discovery of Puerto Rico Day in Aguada- 11/13/2013 - 11/16/2013

Featuring a huge parade held annually on November 19 to celebrate the discovery of Puerto Rico. Aguada (787) 868-0622

Patron Saint Festival in Aguada - 10/01/2013 - 10/03/2013

This festivity includes several styles of music, food kiosks, contests and more. Aguada (787) 868-0622

Encuentro de Talladores in Aguada - 10/01/2013 - 10/03/2013

Artisans fair featuring wood "santo" carvings, food kiosks and music. Aguada (787) 868-0622

Town Festival in Quebradilla - 10/19/2013 - 10/21/2013

A town celebration to the patron saint, a marathon run, children's activities and rides, music, artists, dancing and food kiosks. Held at “Cancha Pedro Hernandez”. Quebradillas (787) 895-1517

Patron Saint Festival in Rincon- 08/25/2013 - 08/27/2013

The festival commemorates the town patron saint Santa Rosa de Lima. Its includes music, games and food kiosks. Rincon (787) 823-5024

Fiesta de Reyes Isabelinos – 01/05/2013 – 01/06/2013

Every January 5-6 (Three Kings Eve and Day) Isabela celebrates the holiday with a two-day festivity that includes dramatizations of the arrival of the three Magi and their pilgrimage to find the baby Jesus, adore him and present their gifts. The glorious outcome is celebrated with a fiesta at the town square (Plaza Manuel María Corchado y Juarbe) that includes a Velorio de Reyes, a traditional song festival in honor of the Magi; handcrafts fair, Trovadores contest with prizes, puppet shows for children, Christmas music and carolers, typical food and drinks. Isabela (787) 819-6555

Events taking place in Aguadilla:

Patron Saint Festival- 11/9/2012 - 11/11/2012

Every year, Aguadilla celebrates a patron saint festival. The festivities include live music, dances, food, parades and religious processions. Aguadilla (787) 891-1005

Carnaval Aguadillano – 12/04/11 – 12/05/11

A carnival celebrating the culture and history of the town. Aguadilla (787) 891-1005

Festival de la Chiringa – 4/25/2012 - 4/26/2012

This festival, geared toward the Chiringa (kite), includes food kiosks, music and kite flying. Great fun for kids. Aguadilla (787) 891- 1005 

Crashboat Beach Summer Festival – 05/18/2012 – 05/20/2012

For more than ten years at the end of May, thousands of people have flocked to Aguadilla’s famous Crash Boat Beach for its highly anticipated summer festival. The daylong event is jam- packed with musical performances by the island’s top salsa, meringue, reggae, and Spanish-rock bands. Beachgoers will have their pick of volleyball, swimming, kayaking, sailing and dance competitions. Food kiosks and eye-catching swimsuits make the Crash Boat Summer Festival a great way to welcome summer.Aguadilla (787) 891-1005

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