The Armilla City Council announced the 36th edition of Senior Week. It will be held between April 22-28 and is intended "for leisure and entertainment of the elderly." Loli Canavate (the mayor of the city) and Francisca Hernandez (the Mayor's councilor) have announced the program in an outstanding agenda that was organized by the Mayor’s Department.
According to the Consistory, the activities are meant to be a "tribute for the most senior sector of the population". Talks, workshops, exhibitions and sports are just a few of the many events scheduled. The councillor stated that elders are worthy of our respect and that this week is dedicated to them.
This program features a visit at the Museum of Fine Arts. It is an intergenerational meeting where students from different schools and the Painting Classroom of the Association for the Elderly participate. The week begins with the inaugurations of the Miniature Crafts, Sewing, Painting, Aeromodelling, and Miniature Crafts workshops. A healthy snack will be provided and many sports events planned. The week will be concluded with prizes being presented to the winners of different sports events held at the Senior Center.