Kids of all ages, and kids at heart, graced the opening of Terra 28th , an 8,344-sqm park in 28th street which has picnic ground, open play fields, a dog park, a jogging path, interactive art installations, and a ‘Larong Pinoy’ area where families can revive old Pinoy games such as Piko, Holen, Patintero, Luksong Baka, and Habulang Taya.
L to R: Ceremonial balloon-ribbong cutting headed by Manny Blas (Head of Commercial Ops, FBDC), Jorge Bocobo (City of Taguig), Meean Dy (Executive Vice President, FBDC), Butch Campos (Chairman of the Board of Directors, FBDC), Ed Cruz (Director, FBDC), Lou Reyes (Chief Finance Officer), Rico Lascano (Artist)
BGC in Motion Scholars rendered a dance number during the opening of the park.
Rico Lascano, joined by family and friends, graced the event. He developed the interactive installations in the park - "The Musical Steps" an interactive sculpture that produces musical note in each step, “Rest and Play Ribbon Sculpture,” an activity area that features colorful curves and twirls of ribbon-shaped metal tubes and sheets, and in the photo below, "Color Me Chameleon", an interactive sculpture that allows children to freely experiment with the spectrum of colors.
It was a nostalgic afternoon of fun and games both for kids and adults who were treated to modern street food as refreshments. Even the FBDC Board of Directors could not help themselves but relive their childhood days as they play "Piko" and "Holen".