Fernandez (1894) and in his honor will be held in Yvysunu, Guarambare, as every year, the traditional meeting with Emiliano, where numerous artists from around the country will gather to pay their all-day memorial tribute and admiration Emiliano . Then, 14 will celebrate Flag Day. The next day, August 15, will celebrate the Foundation Day of Assumption (1537). For its part, the 16 is Children’s Day, in honor of Children Martyrs Heroes a’u Acosta, who fought against the Triple Alliance (1869). On August 22 the Day of Folklore (1846), while the 25th is the Day of the Guarani language, as the August 25, 1967 the Constitution was promulgated for the first time gave constitutional status to the Guarani language recognizing it as a national language. Furthermore, on 27 August is the National Day Guarania in remembrance the day of the birth of his creator: Jose Asuncion Flores (1904). Similarly, an August 14, 1926 was noted in the High Court, the birth of Louis Osmer Mesa (better known as Luis Alberto del Parana) and August 22, 1988 died the great Paraguayan musician Diosnel Chase.
A reminder note is the August 1, 2004, that fateful day some 400 people died in the horrific fire at the Ykua Bolanos Supermarket, which is considered the largest and historical mournful day of national mourning. We also noted that for ATENEO GUARANI LANGUAGE AND CULTURE, August is the Month of the Guarani Language and Folklore. It is recalled that since 1986, the institution continuously performed every day in August, alluding one or more activities such as conferences, lectures, seminars, conferences, festivals, competitions, meetings with poetry and popular theater. These activities take place in the streets, plazas, schools, colleges, universities, unions, cultural centers, municipalities, etc. across the country. This annual memorial made citizens, particularly students, and prepare to participate in one or more of these meetings claiming the Guarani language and Paraguayan Popular Culture. In addition, the saint reminds us of many saints and holy dear to us: Our Lady of Los Angeles (August 2), San Cayetano (7 August) San Lorenzo (10 August), Santa Clara (11 August ), Our Lady of the Assumption (15 August) San Roque (August 16), St. Augustine (28 August), Santa Rosa de Lima (August 30), and San Ramon Nonato (August 31).
The names of these saints are associated with festivities in several villages in Paraguay, which is to say, the implementation of several parties, with dances, folk bands, rides, folk music, ethnic foods, carousels, masses and processions; in short, crowded, lively and moving meetings around their compatriots respective valleys. Professor and Graduate in Guarani language. University teaching.