The Churriana City Council's activity calendar continues in July and August with activities for all ages. The summer season is alive with outdoor cinema, workshops and visits from neighbors.
The Municipal Pool will be open for another year. Hundreds of residents can now enjoy the free facilities. This is possible thanks to the Good Student Card campaign. It rewards students who have passed all subjects and gives them access to the Municipal Pool twice a week. You can get your card if you fail a subject by reading a book at the Municipal Library.
The Day of the Churrianero is a day of free swimming at the Municipal Pool for residents. It's a celebration with lots of swimmers and little kids.
A group of neighbors took part in a cultural activity program that included a night-time walk through Alhambra, from the Cerro de Santa Elena to Silla del Moro. This allowed them to see a stunning sunset.
Another of the more traditional summer visits was the Malaga beach at Los Alamos de Torremolinos, where another large group of churrianeros from all ages gathered on a sunny day.
The Summer School is open from the beginning of each course until the beginning of the next. It operates in the months June, July and August, as well as September. An average of 100 students are per shift. Each shift lasts approximately two weeks.
The Ciempies company manages this activity, with Ester Oluna as the head. It takes place at CEIP Virgen de la Cabeza. This activity aspires more than just a toy library. It offers activities that can be adapted to each child's age.
There are many programs. This year, it is focusing on co-education as well as activities that aren't done on a regular basis such DIY, felting, and crochet. This is all accompanied by games, visits at the Municipal Pool, and watching movies.