Non-commercial organizations and activists present their projects at fair “Kind Penza: snow version”
Penza, 9 December 2016. PenzaNews. Non-commercial organizations and city communities presented their projects and initiatives at the charitable fair “Kind Penza: snow version”, which was opened in Penza center of scientific-technical information on Friday, December 9, and will work during the weekends.
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Within the framework of the event, the space of the exhibition centre was divided into several zones. Apart from the usual sections, there is also space for lectures and workshops, as well as for children entertainment.
In particular, people can visit the photo exhibition “Mother’s gift”, organized in support of breast feeding.
Moreover, the participants are suggested trying their luck in the charitable lottery, which raffles different prizes from small souvenirs and books to a DVD-player.
One of the events that rose special interest of the visitors of Penza center of scientific-technical information was a lesson of sand drawing.
At the event, Penza residents may also get information about projects of charitable organizations that help different categories of people including the disabled.
One of the members of the fair is the cultural entertaining club “Word of free blade”, which specializes in role games.
As Elena Tarasova, its representative, explained, the theme can be different – now the participants turn in Ancient Russia residents, and then – in gangsters.
“Imagine that you come to play paintball, but you do not simply take a gun and begin to shoot. The course of the game is represented as the fight between two teams – ‘aliens’ and ‘Earth defenders’. Each participant has a certain role, not only a name, but a so-called introductory role, which clearly states the image and the aims of the character,” she noted.
As it was reported earlier, within the framework of the event “Kind Penza: snow version”, the city residents will be able to use “Grandfather Frost post” by buying a postcard, made by young hospital patients, and contributing to the programme “ Spring of hope”.