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Huescar is a hub for a variety of Book Day activities

Through its Department of Culture the City Council has created an extensive program that will run from Wednesday, the 20th to Thursday, the 28th.

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Huescar is a hub for a variety of Book Day activities

Through its Department of Culture the City Council has created an extensive program that will run from Wednesday, the 20th to Thursday, the 28th. It is both in time and acts. The clear objective, according to Councilor Alicia Rodriguez, is "to encourage children and youth in reading and strengthen the connection with local bookstores that display."

The Huescar School of Arts presented a didactic guide on Thursday. It was titled "The language of comics" and aimed to bring the regional educational centers closer to Jose de Huescar Museum. This important museum is often overlooked by many of the younger generation.

The Department of Festivities collaborated with the Department of Carnival Parade to organize the Carnival Parade with the schools. Although it could not be held on the date set by the Covid protocol due to its limitations, it was postponed until that date. This gave the parade a literary touch and made it more accessible.

The weekend's activities start at noon in Plaza Mayor with an open-air theatre performance entitled "Microcuentos Del Circo". Juan Santos Canovas Carayor (local author) will present his book "Fear of Jose Ventura" in the Plenary Hall. Then, at 7:15 p.m., the Jose de Huescar Museum hosts a talk-colloquium featuring comic book authors. This is the first one by Roman Lopez Cabrera. The next two talks-colloquiums are scheduled for Saturdays April 30 and May 7. Jordi Bayarri will be performing, while El Torres will perform on May 7. These presentations are a link to "publicize, through three great comics authors, the Jose de Huescar Museum and delve deeper into the literary genre."

A meeting will be held in Plaza Mayor with Huesca authors on Sunday. They will share their literary experiences and then sign books for the attendees. The literary days and Book Fair will close at 2:00 pm.

The next week will feature storytelling with the smallest educational centers. On Thursday 28th, Eleonora Finkelstein (Argentine author) will present her work at the Gonzalo Pulido Municipal Library at 4:00 p.m.

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