For the sixth consecutive year, the Novi Sad City Library, Heror Media Pont and the Center for the Development of Minority and Local Media are organizing the event called „Pod Krosnjama na Strandu“, aimed at promoting languages of national minorities in Vojvodina, their culture and customs.
Through language workshops, which are held every day from 19:00 to 20:00h in the Library on the city beach called Strand, children ages 5 to 12 will have the opportunity to learn 20 words from different foreign languages daily and get acquainted with the culture and customs of the Hungarian, Romanian and Ruthenian minorities.
A novelty this year is that there is a workshop for learning the sign language. The aim is for children to get acquainted with the sign language and be able to communicate with their peers who have hearing impairment.
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Saturdays are reserved for knowledge quizzes. As one of the goals of this event is promoting active stay in nature, this year, in cooperation with the Beočin Forest Community, the quiz will be held at the Rim locality on Fruška Gora, in the heart of the forest above Beočin. The location is owned by the Beocin Forest Community, which is the oldest association of private forest owners in Europe, established in 1903.
Valuable gifts are also provided for workshop participants. Also, the Novi Sad City Library is opening its outlet on the Strand beach on 1st August.
All information can be found on the Facebook page ” Pod Krosnjama na Strandu “.
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