Workshop dedicated to the “construction” of Peace. Municipal Library of São Brás de Alportel Time: monday| 2:30 pm > 6:30 pm / Tuesday to Friday – 10:00 am > 1:00 pm / 2:30 pm > 6:30 pm / Saturday – 3:00 pm > 6:00 pm Contacts: Tel.: 289 840 360 / E-mail: email@example.com Facebook: Municipal Library of São Brás de Alportel “Dr. Estanco Louro” Source: https://www.cm-sbras.pt/pt/agenda/11972/a-crescer-e-aprender.aspx
ARE WE GOING TO THE THEATER? This is a good opportunity to challenge your parents and live a unique and exciting experience. “The Little Soldier of Lead”, by Hans Christian Andersen, in a theater version of this beautiful fairy tale, tells the adventure of a little soldier with only one leg, who falls in love with a paper ballerina and dreams of marrying her. This story shows us that, even in the face of difficulties, we must not lose hope and fight for our goals. So this Sunday, January 23, come and be part of the magical world of “Dominguinhos” at MAR Shopping Algarve and let yourself be enchanted by a beautiful love story. Winter offers us a “rain” of activities for the youngest, between workshops and theaters, varied initiatives that, in addition to a playful-pedagogical character, always have an associated environmental concern. Now online, the “Dominguinhos” program continues to enliven the Sunday mornings of children who visit the MAR Shopping Algarve Facebook and Instagram pages at 11:00 am. The online activities program intends to continue to provide magical moments, with space for play and pedagogical experiences. MAR Shopping Algarve intends to continue offering the newest programs to make the […]
LECTURE “LAGOS, TERRAS DO INFANTE, D. SEBASTIÃO E O SEBASTIANISMO”, with Artur de Jesus and José António Martins January 29th | 3:00 pm Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Animation Room 2 Org.: CM Lagos Duration: 90m Free entry (upon location capacity) Initiative integrated in the celebrations of the 449th anniversary of the elevation of Lagos to a city. Integrated lecture on the elevation of Lagos to the City (27 January). Topics will be discussed such as the connection of D. Sebastião to Lagos, to neighboring towns and aspects of Sebastianism and its cultural legacy in Portuguese history and society.