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Penza to hold week of Volga land native literature

11:42 | 25.01.2016 | Culture

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Penza, 25 January 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza regional library for children and youth will hold a week of Volga land native literature, titled “Timeless Wisdom of Tales,” on February 2-9.

Penza to hold week of Volga land native literature

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It aims to help people get acquainted with the cultures, customs and traditions of nationalities living in the Volga Federal District, and foster tolerance to other nationalities.

The week-long campaign will open on Tuesday, February 2, with the day of Mordva tales, which will feature the literary lounge “Tales and Songs of the Penza Land,” children’s education and development center “Pochitayka,” a commented reading of Valery Yurchenkov’s “Tales of Viryava,” and a video lecture “Videoreel of Tales.”

February 3 will be the day of Tatar tales, including a commented reading of the fairy-tale “The Three Sisters” and a workshop “The Moon and The Sun: Making a Cutout.”

February 4 will be the day of Chuvash tale with readings of “Children of the Wind” and “Tales and Legends of Chuvashiya.”

The day of Russian tale is scheduled for February 5. It will feature a literary quiz show “Fairy-Tale Experts,” the art workshop “Pencil Box: Drawing Tale By Ourselves,” a children’s art and recreation center “Poznavayka,” and a screening of the fairy tale film “The Frog Princess” during the video-hour “Magic of the Screen.”

On February 6, the native literature week will continue with screenings of cartoons and slide films, along with the center of children’s art and recreation “Poznavayka.”

On February 7, guests will be able to visit the hobby club “Reading, Playing, Crafting,” and the art workshop “Paints, the Funny Wizards.”

The literary lounge “Tales and Songs of the Penza Land” will re-open on January 9, together with the children’s education and development center “Pochitayka,” says the website of the Penza regional library for children and youth.

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