ASD BATCH 93 GRAND BALL TURN OVER CEREMONY at CASA HABANA



Casa Esperanza, the Habana ancestral house (circa 1930) on Rizal Street is an architectural landmark of Davao City and still stands in the center of Paseo de Habana (also known as the Habana Compound).

The transformation of Paseo de Habana into a center of commercial activity inspired the family to build a boutique hotel, “Casa de Habana”, beside their former home.

Casa Esperanza is the ideal function hall for all your celebrations, family reunions and business meetings alike. 

Their function hall accommodates up to 70 people. Rates go from 500 Php per hour. We cater as per your request.

OATH TAKING of the BOD
 

This is the venue of our GRAND BALL TURN-OVER CEREMONY, held last August 6, 2011. 



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We had so much fun and laughter during our Turn-Over....


Dancing and Singing....

But the best of it all is to have that bonding we have shared during High School years.



23 comments:

  1. A historic venue to celebrate amemorable ceremony. Kita sa mga photos na nag-enjoy naman kayo. Pa-dance-dance lang..:)

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  2. Congrats Pal!
    Personally, although I see few of my high school friends but I can't wait to have our official high school reunion, too. Something like this. =)

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  3. The venue is big and looks like you had so much fun and nostalgia on this post.

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  4. It is a beautiful house, I hope they will preserve it even thou everything around it has been commercialized already =)

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  5. I attended my mom's 25th high school reunion 3 yrs ago and it was a nice experience. Nostalgia overload!

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  6. 500 PHP per hour? Wow, that is hella affordable! This looks like a place to really consider for events such as reunion! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. A historic place for an event, maganda nga yung idea. Glad you had already meet up/reunion with your high school mates. My batch back in Baguio, we had small gatherings but not really yet with the majority of the batchmates, para naman sana reunion na...

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  8. I always remembered passing Rizal St during my highschool days and see this old building, just now knew it's Casa Habana. It's reminds me of good memories of how simple was Davao during that time.

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  9. What an awesome way to gather around, to reunite with old friends and to be enveloped in an interesting ancestral house such as Casa Habana. That is surely priceless! :)

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  10. i always loved places which ambiance exudes our heritage...

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  11. Nice place to do the ceremony. For sure that turnover ceremony went out well with lots of memorable experiences.

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  12. I am an advocate of heritage site/building's preservation. And good to know that CASA HABANA is still standing and open to the public when it was turned into boutique hotel

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  13. historical place providing space and venue for history-in-the-making events and occasions. It would be nice to learn its 1930 historicity.

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  14. I'm at Davao a whole lot but I don't remember ever visiting this place. Hope you can show me around!

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  15. Looks like everyone had fun especially when you spend time together at a historic place like Casa Habana.

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  16. I can't wait for the day that I'd get reunited with my high school friends too. :-) Must really be an experience to look forward to.

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  17. I think I saw this. Is this the house, if I am not mistaken, in front of the Manila Bulletin. I didn't know you can held events like this there, I thought this is just a residential building.

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    1. No Shirgie Scf. Casa Habana is fronting Rizal Prom.

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  18. Happy faces all over the photos. Full of fun and laughters.

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  19. Wow!! This is definitely one memorable event in your life having your old classmates celebrate a moment of fun and reminiscing the good old days and sharing laughter and stories once again.

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  20. Oh. This could be one of the momentous event you had lately :) It is always good to look back and reminisce bitter-sweet memories.

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  21. I can't wait to attend my official high school reunion although our batch have this get together set on some occasions.

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  22. Being a heritage enthusiast, I love that old homes get converted into something useful and not left to rot...a good example of adaptive use.

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