A procession is a queue of participants composed of men and women of various ages to honor a local patron saint.  It is religious in nature and is often done on the feast day of the venerated saint. Celebrations are in the form of prayer, hymns, declamation, and flower offerings, after which food and drinks are served.

Big processions in Taal are held around October 10 for the feast day of Virgen del Rosario and during the town fiesta on December 8 in honor of Our Lady of Caysasay. November 11 is the celebration of the feast of San Martin de Tours.

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