With a community cultural fair this morning began the thirty-ninth week of Culture of Union de Reyes, which will run until March 3rd.
The presentation of the living statues of the SANCUBA project took the attention of the residents of the municipal capital, who also enjoyed the exhibition of the Juan Gualberto Gómez Museum that exhibited weapons used in the war against Spanish colonialism, a tribute to the 124 years of the restart of our libertarian struggles.
The participation of professional and amateur artists characterized the inaugural day of the week of people living in this Matanzas territory culture, as well as the sale and exhibition of books by the bookstore Ismaelillo, an institution that will count all these days with a broad plan of activities that includes talks, talks and literary gatherings with local writers.
The collective of plastic arts Deisy Espinosa showed the work of its members with a diverse exhibition of fabrics, dolls, papier-maché confections, among other manufactured items, while self-employed workers included the commercialization of ornamental plants.
The inhabitants of this southern territory will enjoy, from three in the afternoon, the parade of floats with the main artistic units that characterize the cradle of the rumbero mayor, José Rosario Oviedo, popularly known as Malanga. The version 39 of the week of culture in Unión de Reyes is dedicated to the fifteenth anniversary of the creation of the Brigade of Art Instructors, José Martí.