Malabon City gov't reopens Heritage Library Museum

Published December 5, 2021, 2:09 PM

by Aaron Homer Dioquino

Families in Malabon can now visit the Heritage Library Museum in Brgy. Hulong Duhat to bond and learn about the history of the city after it was reopened to the public on Wednesday, Dec. 1.

Photo from Mayor Lenlen Oreta’s Facebook page/ MANILA BULLETIN

The event was led by Mayor Antolin “Lenlen” Oreta III along with his brother, second district Councilor Jose Lorenzo “Enzo” Oreta.

In a Facebook post, the mayor said the museum’s reopening is a great help in creating the awareness of the citizens about the city’s history and culture.

During the event, young artists from the “Sining BaTambobong” have showcased their painting art masterpieces.

Photo from Mayor Lenlen Oreta’s Facebook page/ MANILA BULLETIN

The Sining BaTambobong is a group of teenagers from the city who excel in arts and was mentored to enhance their talents to teach and inspire the younger generation.

The Malabon Heritage Library Museum was opened by the local government in 2019 to preserve its culture and provide a space to the residents to bond while gaining knowledge about their city.

It was temporarily closed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 
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