In the next weeks, the most inventive gunsmiths will have the opportunity to take part in the "Hang your Story" contest. This event is open to all who love narrative to share short stories, short poems, essays, essays, thoughts and jokes as well as any other form of literary expression. This event is part of International Book Day activities, which will be held next Tuesday, April 23.
Two requirements are required by the Armilla City Council to encourage citizens to share their stories: each text must be no more than 500 characters in length and the narration cannot contain any content that could be considered offensive. All texts that meet these requirements will be printed on colored paper and hung in parks and municipal buildings during the week of literature.
All people interested in participating should send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, marking 'Hang your story' as the subject and including their name, pseudonym, email, blog or group at the end of the text. That is where it belongs.
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The Consistory chose to participate in the April activities that were focused on literature. The Armilla House will host several tables where citizens can deposit and collect their books.
Anyone interested in the House of Culture can pick up the book they like and leave the ones they don't want to read for someone else. This activity has been designated by the City Council as a challenge to ensure that everyone enjoys stories they already know. Monday through Friday, the municipal building is accessible from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm.