Lasallian Centennial Celebration

Good Morning kids!
Green Thursday is gonna be a very busy day. And in any events, itinerary can be more important than your destination. You never know what you may encounter along the way. ^_^

Here's the line-up of activities:
June 15Veneration of the relic of St. La SalleMarian Quadrangle8:30 am to 10:00 pm

DLSU opens its doors to the faithful,
especially to the
teachers, educators, and the youth,

to pray and to venerate the relic of
St. La Salle, the patron saint of the teachers of the youth.

Open to the public.

June 16Lasallian Centennial Eucharistic celebration

Enshrinement of the relic of St.John Baptist de La Salle

Chapel of the
Blessed Sacrament
9:00-11:30 amA High mass to mark the opening of the Lasallian Centennial

The relic of St. John Baptist de La Salle’s Relic will be enshrined during the Eucharistic celebration. By invitation.

Formal opening of the Centennial CelebrationChapel of the Most
Blessed Sacrament
11:30 amThe Brothers of the Christian
Schools will usher in the Lasallian

Centennial Celebration. By

Community Salu-SaloVarious venues12 noonOpen to the public.
Parade: Green MileAssembly at the
Marian Quadrangle
3:00 pm

Students from all the colleges will
form a line through the whole
stretch DLSU campus from South Gate to Gonzalez Hall along Taft
Avenue as an outward
manifestation of the Lasallian
Animo. Open to the public.

Greenstory: The Lasallian Historical Walk-ThroughCentral Plaza, SJ
Agno Walk
3:00 pm

A tableaux featuring DLSU
Harlequin Theatre Guild and
DLS-CSB Dulaang Filipino that
exhibits 100 years of Lasallian
presence in the Philippines.

Open to
the public.

Planting of the 1,000,000th treeMarian Quadrangle4:45 pm

Symbolic planting of the
1,000,000th tree of the
One Million Trees and Beyond,
La Salle’s main environmental

Open to the public.

Band Concert
Amphitheater5:00 pm

Centennial pre-show concert
featuring Lasallian artists De La
Salle Innersoul,

La Salle Dance Company and the Animo Squad. Popular bands such Peryodiko, Kjwan, and Sandwich will also perform.

Open to the public. Free admission.

Isang Daan,

Sangandaan Centennial Show

Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium7:30 pmAn all-star concert directed by Rowell Santiago and with musical direction by Louie Ocampo,

it features Lasallian celebrities Gary Valenciano, Ryan Agoncillo,

The Akafellas, Barbie Almalbis, Dingdong Avanzado, Enchong Dee, Dingdong Eduque, Mike Enriquez, Edu Manzano, Kitchie Nadal, Carlo Orosa, Jett Pangan, Cynthia Patag, Princess Velasco, Epy Quizon, Zia Quizon, Jose Javier Reyes, JM Rodriguez, Randy Santiago, The Tux, Gabriel Valenciano, Iya Villania, and Nyoy Volante.

Tickets priced at P1,000, P700, and P500 available at the Registration Table, Central Plaza, and
Centennial Office.


Acoustic Concert

Poetry Reading

University Library Walk7:30 pmAn acoustic performance cum
poetry reading featuring Lasallian Youth Orchestra and the Malate Literary Folio.

Open to the public. Free admission.

ANIMO! STREET PARTYAgno Walk7:30 pmA band concert featuring
Bloomfields, Taken by Cars,
Wednesday After, and AJKA,
winner of the 2010 Nescafe
Soundskool Competition. Open to
the public.

Free admission.


@ 100
Pyromusical Show
and Concert

Amphitheater10:00 pmFireworks showcase and music from The Dawn. Open to the public. Free admission

And here are some FAQs...

1.How do I enter the campus?

Guests for the Veneration and those with Eucharistic celebration invite or centennial show ticket may enter at the Central Gate of the St. La Salle Hall, DLSU’s main buildi

ng on Taft Avenue.

2.I do not have an active DLSAA card. Can I still enter the campus?

In the absence of an alumni card, present a valid picture ID upon registration.

3.Can I bring my non-Lasallian relatives or friends?

Yes, non-Lasallians are welcome to attend the DLSU Centennial celebrations. They just have to login their names at the registration table.

4.Where can I park my vehicle?

Parking is available in various areas around campus.

5.What time does the gate open?
On June 15, the campus is open from 8:30 am to 10 pm for the Veneration of the Relic of St. John Baptist de La Salle. On June 16, the campus is open from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

6.How much is the entrance fee?

There is no entrance fee. However, alumni and guests are encouraged to donate to the One La Salle Scholarship Fund. Donation boxes are located at the registration table.

7.Can I bring in food?

There are food booths at the Green Bazaar at the Yuchengco Hall ground floor.

8.What do I need to wear on June 16?
Wear green shirt and comfortable footwear.

9.Where can I buy DLSU Centennial merchandise?

DLSU centennial commemorative items may be purchased at the Centennial Merchandise Store at the Central Plaza.

You may also visit the Centennial Office at LS 102 and at STRATCOM at 21st flr, Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall for other available merchandise.

Payments should be made at te Accounting Office. You may also purchase items online at the DLSU e-Store at

So there you go. For details or inquires, contact the DLSU Centennial Office at 524-4611 or


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