by Krystal Paco
Guam - Plans to open a Tiyan night market have been pushed back to the New Year. According to Mayors Council of Guam executive director Angel Sablan, although the original opening date was set for November, vendor interest was overwhelming with over 75 slated to participate and more still signing up.
He told KUAM News, "This is going to be yearlong and sponsored by the Guam Liberation Historical Society and then once our Liberation Day festivities come in, eventually they'll be existing side by side."
This is the same site of the Liberation Carnival. Sablan says interested vendors can still sign up by calling the Mayor's Council offices in Hagatna. A soft opening is tentatively scheduled for mid-January.