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Holidays with PBU projects – Korycin, Okuninka (PL), Brest (BY), Haivka village, Uzhhorod (UA)

27 / 08 / 2021
Category: Project News

We invite you to visit another places related to PBU projects.

 

Poland

This weekend, we invite you to participate in festivals organized as part of PBU projects. We would like to remind you about the Craft Heritage Fest, which will take place on 29th August in Korycin. It will be a two-day show with folk music, demonstrations of old crafts, traditions, and customs.
The festival program can be checked here.

Information about the CraftNet project.

Also on 28th August, together with the UPLA project, we invite you to spend time by the beautiful Białe Lake and take advantage of the attractions of the "Lake Mistery” festival in Okuninka. During the festival, folk music bands and dance groups will entertain the audience, a theatrical performance will be organized by youth, and in the evening a mysterious theatre of fire will have it show. Additionally, stands with handicrafts and ecological food, and wreath weaving workshops are planned.
The festival program can be seen below.

Information about the UPLA project.

 

Belarus

The Brest Fortress is an intriguing place of historical and cultural value, with forts located mainly in Brest and Terespol. To restore the importance of this cross-border cultural heritage, project partners created a bicycle route through the forts with information boards and a mobile application “Velo Fort”. In mid-September, the inaugural bicycle ride for students and youth “Velo Fort for all” is planned in both countries. However, we invite you to follow in the footsteps of the forts and take a bicycle excursion around these unique and mysterious places.

Information about the VeloFort project.  

 

Ukraine

Finally, we invite you to a mirror event organized by the Ukrainian partner of the UPLA project – the "Lake Mistery” festival, which will take place on 4th September in Haivka Village on Pisochne Lake (the beach of “Lisova Pisnia” sanatorium). During the event, theatrical performances will be intertwined with performances of music and dance groups, stands, and local craft workshops.

Information about the UPLA project.

We also invite you to visit the beautiful city of Uzhhorod. Several PBU projects are related to this unique, fast-developing city full of cultural and historical monuments. The film made as a part of the MovieCities project will guide you through the city showing its most important landmarks. The film features teenagers, who were mastering filmmaking during the trainings organized within the project. 
The film can be viewed here.

Information about the MovieCities project.  

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