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Liberation Carnival starts July 11

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The Liberation Carnival is set for July 11 to July 25th. It will be located at the Chamorro Village-Paseo area. The Liberation Committee headed by the Governor's office, says there will be kid-friendly events like movies at the Guam Museum. The Committee also planning music and entertainment for every  night of the carnival, and a possible free concert. 

As reported, mayors raised concern about last year's ban on casino gambling. Mayors citing a low turn out last year and refused to host the carnival unless games of chance, like beto-beto  or color games were given the green light. 

The Committee now headed by the Governor's office confirms there will be fireworks for Liberation Day, July 21st.
 

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